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Arts Society Cardiff: Virtual Lecture

Cymdeithas y Celfyddydau Caerdydd: Darlith Rithiol

Llun 1 Ion 0001 - Iau 11 Tach 2021

Os ydych chi'n aelod o Gymdeithas y Celfyddydau Caerdydd, mae'r ddarlith yma AM DDIM ac ni fydd angen archebu. Bydd dolen i ymuno â'r digwyddiad yn cael ei hanfon atoch drwy'r rhestr e-bost aelodaeth.

About November's lecture

Ms Chloe Sawyer

FIESTA, FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS OF MEXICO

Mexico has a vast range of visually splendid festivals, many featuring lavish processions and masked dances with richly decorated costumes. After the Spanish conquests of 1521, priests used theatrical representation as the method of instruction. Traditionally there are very elaborate nativity scenes in Mexican homes and the Christmas story is acted out in towns and villages; adults and children perform as shepherds and shepherdesses, hermits and devils. Other important celebrations include All Saints’ Day, All Souls’ Day and Carnival.

Chloe Sayer is a freelance specialist in the art and culture of Latin America. She has lectured in the UK, Canada, Ireland, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand and has assisted on TV documentaries for BBC and Channel 4. Chloe has curated exhibitions, including collections in Mexico and Belize for the British Museum. She is a Research Associate in the Department of World Cultures at the Royal Ontario Museum. In 2016 she was awarded the prestigious Ohtli medal by the Mexican government for her long-standing commitment to Mexican culture. Her many publications include Mexican Textiles (British Museum Press, 1990), Arts and Crafts of Mexico (Thames & Hudson, 1990), Focus on Aztecs and Incas (Watts Books, 1995), The Incas - The Ancient World (Wayland, 1998), Textiles from Mexico (British Museum Press, 2002), and Mexico: Clothing and Culture (Royal Ontario Museum, 2015). She has also published articles in travel guides, newspapers and magazines.

Ynglŷn â Chymdeithas y Celfyddydau Caerdydd
Mae Cymdeithas y Celfyddydau Caerdydd wedi bod yn cwrdd yn rheolaidd yn Chapter ers blynyddoedd gyda'u cyfres o ddarlithoedd darluniadol poblogaidd a siaradwyr deallus a difyr. Ynghyd â'r darlithoedd, maen nhw hefyd yn cynnig digwyddiadau astudio undydd, ymweliadau addysg, a gwyliau diwylliannol sydd â'r nod o ddod â phobl sy'n chwilfrydig am y celfyddydau at ei gilydd. Gallwch ddysgu mwy ac ymuno â'r gymdeithas yma.

Prisiau:

Free for members, £5 for non-members

Please note that if you are an Arts Society Cardiff member this lecture is FREE and no need to book. You'll be sent a link to join the event via your membership mailing list. 

For non-members, tickets cost £5. You'll be emailed details on how to join the Zoom call on the day of the event. Please make sure to check your junk/spam folder. For queries, please email ticketing@chapter.org

Tickets on sale until 1hr prior to event start time

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