Artists from indigenous peoples of the Americas exhibit at SESC Vila Mariana in São Paulo

The exhibition comprises works by artists from different ethnic groups from Peru, Panama, Canada and Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The 'Encontros Ameríndios' [Amerindian Encounters] exhibition, to open on July 31 at SESC Vila Mariana, features a selection of the artistic production of the indigenous peoples of the Americas.

The exhibition includes works by artists from the Guna people (Comarca Kuna Yala, Panama), Haida (Haida Gwaii Archipelago, British Columbia, Canada), Huni Kuin (Indigenous Land Alto Rio Jordão, Acre, Brazil), Shipibo-Konibo (Cantagallo Community, Lima, Peru, and Alto Ucayali, Peruvian Amazon) and Tahltan (Telegraph Creek and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada).

Coordinated by Prof. Dr. Sylvia Cauiby Novaes (CEstA - Center for Amerindian Studies of the University . . .

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