Cuisine Inspired Art & Culture of Mexico

Code: AA41004

Dates: March 16-30, 2023

Meets: 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM

Sessions: 3

Location: ONLINE

Course Fee: $59.00

There are still openings remaining at this time.

Food is the predominated element of national identity and is the favorite topic of Mexican muralists, artists and writers. Included in the UN’s list as an “Intangible Cultural Heritage,” the country’s many regions and diverse cuisines will be discussed in the context of Mexican art and literature. Enjoy work by Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and others in this panoramic historical view of food inspired culture from the time of Cortez to the present day.
Fee: $59.00
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Ariadna Fink

Ariadna Fink holds a Masters In Hispanic Literature from Villanova University. Since then, she has been teaching Spanish to high school and to College and private adult classes. Teaching Spanish through literature, culture, and art has become Ariadna's passion. Recently, she decided to embark on an Asthanga yoga teacher training. She enjoys practicing yoga and focuses on the ancient philosophy of Buddhist and Hinduism meditation with their applications in the modern world. She loves to share topics related to spirituality. Some examples of this are: Yoga philosophy and ancient texts. Living a yogic lifestyle following principles such as dharma, karma, and ahimsa. Ethics for strong and healthy communications skills or selfless service to others. Learn how to set priorities and boundaries


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