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Playa Adícora - Francisco - Part 1

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

Maria Lionza is said to have been born in 1502 to an Indian Chief in the Yaracuy region of Venezuela. Today she is revered throughout the Caribbean by followers of the syncretic cult which is named after her, but artists too find her an irresistably mystical symbol alluding to history, race, and sex. Her painting hangs on the wall of Francisco’s taller in Adícora.

Playa Adícora - Francisco - Part 2

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

Francisco sees potential for creation and innovation in a wide range of materials: drift wood, shells, seeds, goat skin, even plastic debris. He is speaking with the governor about creating a tailler, or workshop, that can be used to teach artistic skills to the young people of the area, as well as to showcase the work of other local artisans.

Playa Adícora - Francisco - Part 3

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

Francisco’s little Taller Arte is guarded by the ever-vigilant Señor Coco, who never sleeps and sees all! Taller means “workshop,” and, as in English, this word can have a range of meanings, such as a place where artisans create, a place where things are fixed, or an event where people get together to work on ideas.

Playa Adícora - Francisco - Part 4

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

A little spot to build, to create, to listen to the sea, what more do any of us really need? Francisco takes a beautiful public space and makes it his own through conservation, beautification, and an open invitation to all to come, enjoy and treat nature’s work with care and respect.

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