Performers and Programs

Performer Information  
Performer name: Miguel Cossio
Phone: 914.576.8865
Mailing address: 156 Weyman Avenue
New Rochelle, NY 10805
E-mail address: nycmiguelcossio@gmail.com
Website: http:// under construction
Previous appearances at: Queens Library- Long Island City, Queens, Hempstead Library, Hempstead, LI, Nyack Public Library, Nyack, NY, John Street School, Nassau, LI, Katonah ES, Katonah, Westchester
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Information last updated: 03/13/2011

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Program
Category
Description
Fee
Fiestas - Celebrations in Mexico and Latin America Multicultural- Other,
Visual Arts- Folk Arts,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Miguel Cossio was born in Guanajuato, Mexico, to a family of folk artist and performers from whom he learned the many crafts, rituals and traditions of his community and region, especially those associated with Celebrations. Now living in New York, Miguel has taught arts-in-education programs in schools, arts centers and museums, such as the American Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in New York City. Miguel offers interactive cultural programs that bring to life the magic of the traditional folk arts from Mexico and Latin America. Programs include hands-on workshops (Visual Arts), slide show, folk art displays, audience participation, Spanish conversation, storytelling, games and more! Masks for Carnival; Papel Picado (Paper Cut Outs) for 5 de Mayo Celebration; Paper Toys for Childrens Day; Dancing Skeleton Stick Puppets for Day of the Dead; Pinatas for Posadas; Crowns, Paper Jewelry and Accessories for 3 Kings Day; are some of the hands-on activities participants can create while learning about these incredible traditions! Variable content for different age levels. Art projects completed in a single session. Art projects linked to a cultural context.
$351- $500
Fiestas - Celebrations in Mexico and Latin America Genealogy
Miguel Cossio was born in Guanajuato, Mexico, to a family of folk artist and performers from whom he learned the many crafts, rituals and traditions of his community and region, especially those associated with Celebrations. Now living in New York, Miguel has taught arts-in-education programs in schools, arts centers and museums, such as the American Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in New York City. Miguel offers interactive cultural programs that bring to life the magic of the traditional folk arts from Mexico and Latin America. Programs include hands-on workshops (Visual Arts), slide show, folk art displays, audience participation, Spanish conversation, storytelling, games and more! Masks for Carnival; Papel Picado (Paper Cut Outs) for 5 de Mayo Celebration; Paper Toys for Childrens Day; Dancing Skeleton Stick Puppets for Day of the Dead; Pinatas for Posadas; Crowns, Paper Jewelry and Accessories for 3 Kings Day; are some of the hands-on activities participants can create while learning about these incredible traditions! Variable content for different age levels. Art projects completed in a single session. Art projects linked to a cultural context
$351- $500
Fiestas - Celebrations in Mexico and Latin America Genealogy
Miguel Cossio was born in Guanajuato, Mexico, to a family of folk artist and performers from whom he learned the many crafts, rituals and traditions of his community and region, especially those associated with Celebrations. Now living in New York, Miguel has taught arts-in-education programs in schools, arts centers and museums, such as the American Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in New York City. Miguel offers interactive cultural programs that bring to life the magic of the traditional folk arts from Mexico and Latin America. Programs include hands-on workshops (Visual Arts), slide show, folk art displays, audience participation, Spanish conversation, storytelling, games and more! Masks for Carnival; Papel Picado (Paper Cut Outs) for 5 de Mayo Celebration; Paper Toys for Childrens Day; Dancing Skeleton Stick Puppets for Day of the Dead; Pinatas for Posadas; Crowns, Paper Jewelry and Accessories for 3 Kings Day; are some of the hands-on activities participants can create while learning about these incredible traditions! Variable content for different age levels. Art projects completed in a single session. Art projects linked to a cultural context.
$351- $500
Rare Folk Art Traditions from Around the World Multicultural- Other,
Visual Arts- Folk Arts,
Visual Arts- Other
Folk art traditions are expressions that have been with humans since the time of the first Civilizations. Such crafts have been passed along from generation to generation and today they form part of an ever evolving cultural heritage. As the people of the World come into ever closer and closer relationship, it is most important that Americans have full sympathy with, and understanding for all Nations. One of the most important ways of understanding any Nation is to know its folklore. For in its folklore, every people have embodied much of their culture and wisdom... Program include hands-on workshop (Visual Arts), slide show, folk art display, audience participation, storytelling, games, and more. Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls (Mexico); Dream Catchers (Ojibwa/Native American); Eye of God (Huichol/Mexico); Carnival Masks (Latin America and the Caribbean); Shadow Puppets (Indonesia); Spirit Masks (Africa); Paper Lanterns (China), and Accordion Books (Japan); are some of the hands-on activities participants can create while learning about these incredible traditions!
$351- $500
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