Cultural Art II. Our Global Journey Continues.

The human impulse to create art is universal. Art has been a way to communicate beliefs and express ideas about the human experience throughout all stages of civilization and in every region of the world. As cultural documents, works of art provide important insights into past and existing cultures, helping us to understand how others have lived and what they valued.

Part 1. Telling the Story. Symbolism and Meanings.

    For our projects, we will get inspiration from the art of
    • Indian Gond Art
    • Native American Kwakiutl Art
    • Balinese Flying Demon Chasers

Part 2. Styles and Motifs.

    The projects in this part of our journey will be inspired by
    • Mexican Huichol Art
    • Kuna Mola of Panama
    • Oaxacan Alebrijes

Part 3. Techniques.

    We'll try our own versions of some traditional techniques, such as
    • Kalamkari textile painting
    • Cloisonne Technique: Georgian Minankari
    • Majolica: Spanish Talavera

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