The CastaÃ±eda Museum of Ethnic Costume (Tucson, Arizona), was invited by Tucson Bride & Groom Magazine to provide authentic, ethnic Mexican jewelry for their Frida Kahlo themed photo shoot. The cover photo shows the model wearing a silk, fuchsia colored rebozo provided by the Museum (Frida was fond of this color), & a style of handmade earrings made by the Mazahua people of the State of Mexico. In the video one can view large gold earrings & a style of necklace of gold coins used by the Tehuana women of Oaxaca. The model also wears a long, classic â€œrosarioâ€ style necklace of gold & coral from the MÃ©rida, YucatÃ¡n area.
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The Tucson Botanical Gardens is presently featuring an exhibit about Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, Â which will continue until May 2017. Â Please visit their website to view details about our program and all the other activities connected with this special event. Â Our Museum director, Gayle CastaÃ±eda, will be presenting a program on Thursday, March 9, 2017, Â at 6:00 p.m. at the Gardens. Â Displaying types of indigenous garments Frida wore, Gayle will offer a history of the artist concerning her controversial use of indigenous clothing. Â She will also accompany her program with paintings by local artist Lorna Newton. Â Â Tucson Botanical Gardens website
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While we continue to raise funds to publish our doll book, Â Around the World from A to Z with Ethnic Dolls,Â in hard copy form, we are pleased to announce that the book is now available as an e-book on Appleâ€™s iBooks and Amazon`s Kindle, for an introductory price of $4.99.
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The CastaÃ±eda Museum of Ethnic Costume, Tucson, Arizona, presents at the Sosa-Carrillo-Fremont House, an exhibit of material culture from two groups of Tucson residents, the Tohono Oâ€™odham and Yoeme (Yaqui). The Museum continues with the presentation of indigenous groups from throughout the state of Arizona, through the medium of dolls. The cultures of these peoples enrich us all!
The Sosa-Carrillo-Fremont House, a property of the Arizona Historical Society, is located at 151 South Granada Ave., downtown Tucson, Arizona. This historic adobe home was built in the 1870â€™s and is open to the public Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 10:00 AM â€“ 4:00 PM.