Friday, September 29, 2023

Rosalía Gutiérrez from Palpal opens Mothers’ Day today

He was born in Centro Forestal and currently resides in CABA, where he promotes and maintains the traditions of Jujuy’s indigenous people.

As part of the exhibition Ruxan: Jewels of Our Country, this afternoon at 16:00 at the House of Culture of the National Endowment for the Arts (FNA) in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Rosala Gutiérrez from Palpa will open the conference on Words Mothers.

The day is part of the opening of Canada’s Month of Remembrance and Reconciliation and the Decade of Indigenous Languages. It deals with the recognition and defense of indigenous cultures and presents a project that examines and deepens the translation of poems into Spanish and English by indigenous people.

In support of Ruxan, which exhibits works by Mapuche artists, the FNA, the Canadian Embassy, and the Canada Council for the Arts, together with the Toronto-based network Inspirad@s, present Palabras Madres today.

We will offer the earth in exchange for life; without it, the sun and the air would have no life. The sacrifice ceremony for Pachamama has taught us and continues to teach us, and every year it renews and strengthens us in this style and way of life that is often forgotten.”

Life “moves quickly, and we are constantly in search of needs and material things, and we never stop making that connection.” And that connection will allow us to live in peace with one another and with what surrounds us and to feel calmer.”

The situations occurring in the world, such as climate change, wars, and other events, are “due to a lack of balance with the earth and among us to live in harmony,” he said.

After the ceremony of thanksgiving to the Pachamama, the activities planned for that afternoon will take place.

Starting with a first panel on Indigenous Peoples and their Cultural Territories, and the second was entitled Uniting Territories: Indigenous Poetry from Argentina, Canada, and Chile.

Also attending the meeting will be indigenous voices Aylin Anucheo (Argentina), Patricia June Vickers (Canada), and Jackeline Caniguan (Chile), as well as artist Cynthia Fattori. In addition, a musical break with the Solidarity Tango Orchestra of Canada will be presented, and five reproductions of works by Bill Reid, a Canadian artist drawing on indigenous art, particularly from his country’s west coast, will be on display.

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