Posts Tagged ‘Maya Festivals’

Feb 26

Power Symbols and Brocade Woven Dreams in Tenejapa, Chiapas

The last Mayan festival during January was in the village of Tenejapa, Chiapas, about 16 miles northeast of San Cristóbal. As with all the other festivals I wrote about this past month, this one was mighty unique. Instead of celebrating San Sebastián, this community celebrates the patron saint San Ildefonso→ Read more

Feb 12

Festival of San Sebastian, Chiapas

The past few posts were focused on the floral embroidery in Zinacantan. But what about the festival of San Sebastian?→ Read more

Jan 30

Textile Travel Leads to Maya Festivals

Would this description of a festival intrigue you: “Burning incense, booming fireworks, parades, horse races, singing, ritual dances and costume that ties the Maya of 1,000 years ago with the Spanish conquest and the present day.”? Add to that it takes place in textile rich Chiapas, Mexico, which says to→ Read more

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