Pascua Yaqui Pavilion

TMY partners with the Pascua Yaqui Tribe’s Department of Language and Culture to curate a roster of culture bearers and artists to share and demonstrate traditional and contemporary arts at the festival. Come see Yaqui handicrafts including masks, jewelry, paintings and more.

Artists include:
Paula Yucupicio & Daughter, Sewam Yari – Flower Making
Irene Sanchez & Gilbert Munoz, Sewam Yari – Flower Making
Jose Maria “Chema” Matuz Valenzuela & David Contreras, Kolencia Oficio Achalim Aapaleo – Harp player
Steve Armadillo & Son, Maso Bwikame (Deer Singer) Water Drum
Felipe Molina, Maso Bwikame (Deer Singer) – Songs
Modesto Bule, Pahko’ola Ate’a Yari – Pascola Necklace Making
Dora Bule & Sister Candelaria, Sea Hi’ikit – Embroidery and Necklace Making
Lisa Molina, Sea Hi’ikit – Embroidery Embroidery
Francisca, Sea Hi’ikit Embroidery Embroidery
Miss Pascua Yaqui, 3 title holders and a chaperone
Language & Culture, Department of Language & Culture Staff

Photo by Steven Meckler


Cultural Communities / Countries of Origins

Festival Appearance
Folk Arts Area, Pennington St. (southside)

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