Paint your own alebrije in Tlayudona with Azu!
We are pleased to present another in our new series of collaborations with emerging Oaxacan women artists and crafters.
These experiences are flexible and easy to arrange. The best part? If you’re a solo traveler and don’t require translation, you can book them for just you (with little to no prior notice).
Azucena is a local artist from Oaxaca whose art is inspired by her traditions and culture. She recently studied her BA in Visual Arts with a special emphasis on Graphic Arts. She currently works as an art teacher, primarily with children and teenagers. She believes that we were born to create, and is excited to share that creativity with you.
In this workshop she will give you a brief history and context of alebrijes in Oaxaca before delving into the techniques of painting these brightly-colored wooden pieces.
Check the rest of our calendar for additional artistic experiences with Azucena.
What to Expect
Write to us and request this experience, telling us how many people are in your small group and what your dates of availability are. If we can arrange this experience on a whim and availability aligns, we are more than happy to do so!
Step Two: Once we’ve found a date that works for our hosts and for your group, we will send you a Paypal request for a deposit for your experience. This deposit is non-refundable. In case of an emergency with our hosts, we will do our best to reschedule with you at a mutually-convenient time. If that is not possible, we will refund your deposit.
Step Three: See you at Tlayudona!
210 C inside the Plaza San Cristobal on M. Bravo Street
- Your chosen alebrije
- Paints and all additional materials
- Specialty coffee or mezcal
- Local snack
- English to Spanish translation (for two or more people)
Logistics and Cost
Time Involvement – 3 hours
Transportation – None
Costs and Minimums – 980 MXN adults, 880 MXN children
Minimum # of participants:
One *If translation is not required
or Two *If translation is required