Shuar tradition workshop in Quito
Shifting Ecuador has partnered with the non-profit group FUNDECIPA to develop a workshop for international vacationers on the tradition of the Shuar rainforest.
The workshop will give foreigners the chance to be taught extra about this fascinating Ecuadorian tradition, which is attempting to outlive the influences of the surface world. The workshop will probably be a approach for the Shuar folks to point out folks all over the world their traditions and historical past.
Through the workshop, the participant won’t solely be taught extra in regards to the Shuar tradition, but in addition about conventional crafts and music.
* Jaime Francisco Vargas Moya (32), bilingual professor of Shuar id and tradition. Coordinator of Bosque Protector Arutam and member of FUNDECIPA. Residence in Arutam;
* Melida Tatsemai Yankuam Katan, 26, president of the Kuri Nua ladies’s group. Member of FUNDECIPA and resident of Arutam
* Luis Katan Kashijin (47), conventional Shuar farmer. Residence in Kunkuki
* Gloria Yajanua Yankuam (42), conventional Shuar farmer. Member of the Kuri Nua ladies’s group.
Residence in Kunkuki.
Length (about 3 hours)
Welcome and introduction
We start with a private introduction to the 4 instructors and their communities. Then there will probably be a presentation on the historical past and tradition of the Shuar and their present actions of their communities.
Educate conventional Shuar crafts and music
Earlier than we begin explaining how one can make Shuar handicrafts, we begin by telling you extra in regards to the significance of merchandise and paper in Shuar tradition. We clarify all of the supplies, their names and the place they arrive from.
The workshop group will probably be divided in two, one half will make baskets and the opposite bracelets and frostings.
Through the making of the handicrafts, we’ll present you our typical Shuar dance and music.
We end the workshop after which the Shuar dance
We’ll finish the workshop with conventional Shuar dances with the workshop contributors and sing a music.
Concerning the Shuar tradition:
Boy in school in ArutamThe Shuar Indians within the Ecuadorian Amazon at the moment quantity round 70,000
people and are among the many most organized indigenous peoples, which has resulted in
successful title to 900,000 hectares of their conventional territories and one other 180,000
hectares are ready to be acknowledged.
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