The exhibit Yumanos:Jakultat and the Divine Serpentwas officially opened to the public on December 14 in the IndigenousPeoples room at the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City.
|Overview of Exhibit (Photo Courtesy of Horacio González M.)|
Saul Alarcon Farfan,Executive Director and Horacio GonzálezMoncada, Sustainable Development Coordinator of Terra Peninsular, gladly attendedthe invitation of the Director of theNational Museum ofAnthropology - Diana Magaloni, forthe exhibition opening.
|Horacio González Moncada, Diana Magaloni, Saul Alarcón Farfán and Federico Gama (Photo courtesy of María de la Paz Díaz)|
Severalinstitutions came on board to support the organizationof this exhibition such as, the National Institute of IndigenousLanguages (INALI), the National Commission for theDevelopment of Indigenous Peoples (CDI), the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC) through the Centre for Cultural Research (CIC-Museum).
Horacio González, worked as a liaison with various members of indigenous communities as well assupporting the valuation ofmaterials for display.
|Beautiful Yuman Crafts in Exhibition (Photo Courtesy of Horacio González M.)|
This exhibition will be inplace until March, 2012 at theNational Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. In May 2012, it will open at theTijuana Cultural Center, and the ICC-Museum in Mexicali will openthe exhibit in October, 2012.