Projects

PUBLICATION

Barro y fuego

November 2011

The first book by Innovando la tradición ac, written by Eric Mindling and published by Arte Oaxaca. A panoramic vision to the past present anf future of the Oaxaca pottery.

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EXHIBITION

Fábrica mexicana

October 2011

Innovando la Tradición participates in Fábrica mexicana. Contemporary industrial design, a collective exhibition in the Museo de Arte Moderno.

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INTERVIEW

Traditional Crafts in Japan I

2011

A Pragmatic and Short Overview of Contemporary Situation.


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INTERVIEW

Traditional Crafts in Japan II

2011

Interviews and Visits.


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EXHIBITION

5th Biennal of utilitarian ceramics, Franz Mayer

September 8 to december 4 2011

Three pieces, by the Mateo family from San Marcos Tlapazola, in collaboration with Ana Gómez and Gloria Rubio, from Arta Cerámica, were selected for the exhibition of the 5th Biennal of utilitarian ceramics at the Franz Mayer Museum.

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WORKSHOP

Second skin

May 2011

From Moby Dick, we explore techniques of decoration with lead-free glazes. When monsters are drawn there is no reason to draw “well”.

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WORKSHOP

Master peace

February 2011

Tamar Meshulam, Israeli designer, directed a workshop series for artisans with her game, Master Peace. She was invited by Innovando la tradición and the Design Centre of Oaxaca.

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WORKSHOP

Narrative therapy

2009

Alfonso Díaz Smith provided an express "narrative therapy" course for members of Innovando la tradición.

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WORKSHOP

Introduction to non-leaded glazing for low-temperature ceramics

January 2009

With Kythzia Barrera and Ana Gómez (IT), and Barro Sin Plomo ac.

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EXHIBITION

Object evolution

May 2008

All the results from the experimental design workshop [link al taller] where exhibited at the State Museum of Popular Arts of Oaxaca, in San Bartolo Coyotepec.

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WORKSHOP

Experimental design

March 2008

Experimental design workshop with Pekka Harni and Yuka Takahashi.



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RESEARCH

The chocolate cup

2002

The chocolate cup, typical in Oaxaca, was one of our starting points. It was what detonate our love for the clay, the history and the artisans.


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