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Highlghts of the collection in custody of La Ruta Maya Foundation, to celebrate Mother's Day. Watch vídeo here (in Spanish only):

La Ruta Maya Foundation, together with the National School of the Arts “Rafael Rodríguez Padilla” (ENAP, in Spanish), has organized this art exhibition that seeks to establish a point in common between Maya Pre-Columbian design and contemporary

Listen the sound of this ocarina here (explanation in Spanish):

"The analysis of the role that women played in ancient Mayan society, is increasingly relevant in the investigation of its Pre-Columbian history. The discovery and detailed study of archaeological materials has made it possible to publicize the

In Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, musical instruments were considered divine objects. Watch here a virtual tour of the show with a selection of Pre-Columbian musical instruments (in Spanish only): If you have the opportunity to visit it in

Sofia Paredes November 18, 2021 0 Comments

Music is a cultural manifestation shared by Humanity. However, for the Mesoamerican groups, including the Mayas, its public manifestation took place in diverse contexts: festivals, ceremonies, warrior parades, and other political-religious events. Musicians were also very important

Organized by MuseumsPartner (Austria) and designed by Rocamora Architecture (Spain), this exhibition opened its doors at the Musée de la Civilisation in Québec from April to October 2021. It had the collaboration of the Ministry of Culture

Sofia Paredes September 27, 2021 0 Comments

Guatemala, September 21, 2021. The President of La Ruta Maya Foundation, Mr. Fernando Paiz, visited the "Pre-Columbian Artist" exhibition together with representatives of ENAP and the Guatemalan Association of Museums, AMG. As part of an institutional alliance,

Sofia Paredes September 27, 2021 0 Comments

La Ruta Maya Foundation presents the exhibition "Journey to the Mayan World", with more than 40 Pre-Columbian objects from the eastern region of Guatemala and eastern periphery. It is open to the public in the Gran Centro Comercial