According to the Historic Line Camp Gallery in Santa Fe website, Huichol yarn painting is a traditional artistic technique that is used for recording dreams, visions, myths, and the innermost personal prayers of the artists. Because the Huichol language is non-written, these story boards are used to express the beauty and wisdom of the ancient Huichol cultural tradition. Huichol artists can be thought of as modern day scribes.
“Teach this triple truth to all: A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity.” ~ The Buddha ** Antiguo México, Somos como Tú Huicholes Palabra de Mexicano.
This Dia de las Muertos/Day of the Dead handout is an introduction to the holiday for primary or secondary students. Day of the Dead is.