Day of the Dead Engraving and Printmaking

Make your own linoleum engraving and prints (grabado) for this Day of the Dead season in Tlayudona. What better medium to explore the axis between the living and the dead, light and dark, and positive & negative space than the art of engraving & printmaking? Learn about this art form in the context of this … Read more

Afternoon Cooking in the Campo: Day of the Dead

Celebrate the Day of the Dead season by learning to make traditional Oaxacan dishes used as offerings on familial altars. Call your loved ones over from the other side with the rich aromas of mole tamales and the sweet scent of hot chocolate! Here’s the perfect opportunity to not only taste these Oaxacan delicacies but to make … Read more

Cooking in the Campo: Day of the Dead

Celebrate the Day of the Dead season by learning to make traditional Oaxacan dishes used as offerings on familial altars. Call your loved ones over from the other side with the rich aromas of mole tamales and the sweet scent of hot chocolate! Here’s the perfect opportunity to not only taste these Oaxacan delicacies but to make … Read more

Cooking in the Campo: Learn to make tortillas and salsa from scratch!

Come spend the day with us in the beautiful campo of San Agustín Yatareni as we learn to make tortillas and salsa completely from scratch. This process, called “nixtamalización”, is just one of the ancestral culinary treasures that we tend to replace with mechanized processes in the bustle of the restaurant scene around the world. … Read more

Hands on Dyeing and Weaving Workshop in Teotitlán (Two-Day Workshop)

Our dyeing host from Teotitlán, Doña Josefina from the women´s collective, is hosting this two day hands-on workshop in which you will be able to dye a range of natural colors from organic pigments, and then weave your own small piece to take home. Join us and the women´s weaving collective in Teotitlán del Valle, … Read more

Hands in Clay: Black Pottery of San Bartolo Coyotepec

Enjoy this new clay experience based in San Bartolo Coyotepec where you will learn the ancestral technique of working with the black clay that is typical of the region. Sandra will take us step by step through the process of making black clay pieces, and you will explore your creativity and develop new skills in … Read more

Hands on Dyeing and Weaving Workshop in Teotitlán (2 Day Workshop)

Our dyeing host from Teotitlán, Doña Josefina from the women´s collective, is hosting this two day hands-on workshop in which you will be able to dye a range of natural colors from organic pigments, and then weave your own small piece to take home. Join us and the women´s weaving collective in Teotitlán del Valle, … Read more

Hands-on Afternoons: Weaving in Teotitlán for Adults DAY ONE

Our dyeing host from Teotitlán, Doña Josefina from the women´s collective, is hosting this workshop in which you will be able to weave your own small piece to take home. Join us and the women´s weaving collective in Teotitlán del Valle, the village known for it´s use of natural dyes in the weaving of gorgeous … Read more

Hands-on Afternoons: Weaving in Teotitlán for Adults DAY TWO

Our dyeing host from Teotitlán, Doña Josefina from the women´s collective, is hosting this workshop in which you will be able to weave your own small piece to take home. Join us and the women´s weaving collective in Teotitlán del Valle, the village known for it´s use of natural dyes in the weaving of gorgeous … Read more

Cooking in the Campo: Mole Negro

We cannot imagine anything better than expanding our popular Cooking in the Campo experiences to include this emblematic Oaxacan dish. You cannot visit Oaxaca without trying the moles, with mole negro at the top of the list! Here’s the perfect opportunity to not only taste this Oaxacan delicacy but to make it from scratch. What … Read more