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Guatemalan Highlands: An Exploration of Art and Culture
Antigua, Panajachel, and Guatemala City, Lake Atitlan, Mayan, textiles, pottery, masks, museum
Event Date: 02/20/15 - 03/1/15
Join us for an immersion in the vibrant arts and culture of the magnificent Highlands. Guatemala is home to majestic volcanoes and Lake Atitlan, one of the most scenic lakes in the world. This trip offers you an opportunity to explore the natural beauty of the countryside and the vibrant artistic traditions of the Mayan people. You will enjoy meeting people from diverse indigenous groups, who speak their native languages and wear their village-specific clothing. Markets brimming with an array of fabulous hand-woven textiles, pottery, masks and more will tantalize your senses. The stately colonial architecture of Antigua, built in the 16th century, and the museums of Guatemala all await us. Your tour leaders are Stevie Mack, president of CRIZMAC Art and Cultural Marketplace, and Vivian Harvey, Educational Programs Coordinator for Cemanahuac Educational Community.

Professional Development
Educators receive a certificate for 56 hours of professional development credit.

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02/20/15 12:00 AM
to 03/1/15 12:00 AM
$2,096.00 Terms and Conditions / Registration
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