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Woven Lives: Contemporary Textiles from Ancient Oaxacan Traditions

November 15, 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM | Chazen Auditorium

Woven Lives: Contemporary Textiles from Ancient Oaxacan Traditions examines how traditional art and design play an active role in the cultural sustainability of the Zapotec communities in Oaxaca. This documentary, which traces the development of the weaving process from the first people in the valley to the present day, uniquely blends the perspectives of art, design, business, history, ethnic studies and cultural anthropology. While the textiles are the centerpiece of the film, it highlights the life around the production that creates a sense of connection to the culture, the community, the past and the future.

The film was directed and produced by UW–Madison professor Carolyn Kallenborn, School of Human Ecology. For more information visit: Woven Lives

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