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Mazatl Galindo

Mazatl Galindo is an internationally recognized cultural ambassador of Mexico. He is a highly proficient musician, dancer, and painter. Mazatl's diverse artistic creations are inspired in whole, or in part, by the traditions of his Aztec ancestors and connection with the natural world. His knowledge of the art, architecture, astronomy, mathematics, philosophy, cosmology and ceremony of ancient Americans provides the cultural and spiritual contexts of his paintings, music, and dance so that his audiences can directly perceive the interconnectedness between all aspects of life and their foundations in the natural world. 

Mazatl has been an invited guest lecturer at the University of Calgary, Harvard University, Cambraine College in Ontario, the UCLA Departments of Ethnomusicology and Dance, as well as several syndicated radio programs in the U.S. His artwork has been exhibited through the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes de Mexico, the William Siegal Contemporary Art Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Kumho Cultural Center in South Korea, the Centro Cultural Kosqo in Cuzco, Peru, and the Milagro Gallery in Taos, New Mexico. 

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