December 28, 2021
In the Oaxacan village of San Bartolo Coyotepec, Silvia García Mateos is one of the members of Colectivo 1050°, an artisan cooperative steering the 2,500-year-old tradition of black pottery back to its sustainable roots.
Photograph by Mariceu Erthal García, National Geographic
Rachna Sachasinh describes with care the pottery craft in Oaxaca and the work of the Colectivo 1050°, giving it the visibility it deserves.She spoke withAmando Pedro, other artisans of the cooperative, and with Kythzia Barrera and Diego Mier y Terán about their experiences in the world of pottery in Oaxaca.
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“In Oaxaca, you can see that traditional culture is very strong,” says Barrera, speaking ... about the region’s established pottery practices, which go back 3,000 years.
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