México City

Embroiderers’ Guild of America Textiles & Culture of Mexico, March 2017

This extraordinary journey takes us to singular and diverse regions of Mexico in Oaxaca, Puebla, Tlaxcala and Mexico City. Not only will we be able to appreciate the vast diversity of Mexico, we’ll learn about the varied textile traditions in natural dyes, weaving and embroidery. We’ll savor new flavors, meet artisans and visit ancient archeological sites! Join us on this journey to a different Mexico!.

Mexico City: Art, Culture & Cuisine!

Get ready for your impressions of Mexico City’s Historic Center! Arriving at the grand and vast Zocalo, we’ll see the great clash of cultures in the 16th Century, that forever changed the course of Mexico’s history. We’ll also visit the Pre Hispanic site of Teotihuacan…

Diego y Frida

The Mexican Rebozo & Fashion: Ikat Traditions and Techniques September 2017

If you love textile traditions, dye resist techniques and colonial cities, this trip is for you! This year, our trip is scheduled around the Feria del Rebozo in Tenancingo. We enjoy this unique opportunity to see (& buy) the “best from the best” for our special collections. In Mexico City, we’ll visit the shrine of “Nuestor Senor del Rebozo”, and see the Franz Mayer Museum antique rebozo collection…

The Enduring Legacy of Frida Kahlo

Join us on this Special Event Journey to see special exhibits of Frida’s artwork and collection of indigenous clothing. Frida was born on July 6, 1907. Yet, at Casa Azul where Frida grew up, painted on the wall it reads, “Here Frida Kahlo was born on July 7, 1910”, the year of the outbreak of Mexico’s Revolution. Which is correct?…

Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo & Women Artists of Modern Mexico

Learn about this enigmatic and ground breaking woman who expressed herself through her art, politics, friendships and loves. By visiting historic sites, such as the Antiguo Colegio San Idelfonso, the neighborhood of Coyoacan, the Casa Azul, and the Frida and Diego Studios in San Angel. On this tour, we receive special lectures by art historians and anthropologists who will give us more insight…

Culture and Cuisine of Mexico

An extraordinary culinary journey to learn of Mexican culture through its culinary heritage. This unique cultural travel experience begins in Oaxaca, where the earliest pre-domesticated corn was found over 6,000 years ago. Corn was the crop that provided the means for civilization to develop and flourish in Mesoamerica…

Culinary Traditions