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Maestra Spotlight: Rosalie DeVerona

Born and raised in Orange County, California, Maestra Rosalie began her career in Folklorico at the early age of seven in 1975. For the past 31 years, she continues to study Folklorico at various workshops and conferences. She has had opportunities to study with various group directors in the United States and in Mexico. With lifelong devotion to Folklorico, Maestra DeVerona spreads her passion and knowledge at Danzantes Unidos Festival; she is also an active participant at Asociación...

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“Sew Much Fun!” Workshop at DUF 2016

Things That You Won't Want To Miss At DUF 2016:  #8 “Sew Much Fun!" Learn to make costumes from pattern to sewing! Make a practice skirt in half the time! Come take this FREE class to learn how to sew short cuts that will help you cut your work time in half. Sew smarter not harder. You will start from making your own pattern to having a finished pieces: Jalisco blouse and a practice skirt. Instructor: Director & Designer...

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Maestra Spotlight: Maria Cerda

Maestra Maria Cerda has been dancing with Teocalli, a Fresno based adult folklorico group at Teocalli Cultural Academy for about 19 years now. With Teocalli, she has participated in several events at a local and national level, including: Fiesta en la Mision, Baja California; Festival de Bailes Tradicionales de Mexico, San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora, MX; International Dance Festival, Las Vegas, NV; Folkclovisco, Calidanza, Festival Los Reyes, San Diego; and Ethnic Dance...

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Maestro Spotlight: Francisco Salinas Morales

Born in the Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico, Maestro Salinas Morales was part of all the dance groups at the institutions he attended. After finishing high school, he became part of the Instituto de la Danza Mexicana in Acapulco, Guerrero. There, he became an investigator in the field of Folklorico for nine years until he finished his Bachelor’s in Danza Regional Mexicana, Regional Mexican Dance. To strengthen his passion, he then studied to obtain a...

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Maestro Spotlight: Oscar Bustos

Maestro Oscar Bustos was born in 1995 to a family of lifelong folkloristas. That was the same year that his father’s Folklorico group, “Teocalli” was founded. Maestro Oscar has been dancing with Teocalli Cultural Academy for fifteen years, teaching for the Academy for three years now. Additionally, he has danced two years at Kastner Intermediate and four years for Clovis West. As an instructor, he has had an opportunity to teach at Kastner...

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Maestra Spotlight: Maria Valdovinos

Maestra Maria Valdovinos was fascinated with Folklorico dance ever since she saw a local group perform when she was in elementary school. Soon after, she joined the group and has been dancing ever since. Her passion to preserve our culture fuels her motivation to continue to learn about Mexican culture and to share it with a larger audience and in public spaces. Seeing her students perform is what brings her most joy, knowing they have learned and now...

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Maestra Spotlight: Mayra Villalobos

Maestra Mayra Villalobos has danced ever since she joined her high school Folklorico group. She continued her love for Folklorico by taking Folklorico classes at Fresno City College. While in college, she was invited by Maestro Julio Bustos to join Teocalli Cultural Academy. She has been dancing 15 years with Teocalli. For the past six years, Maestra Villalobos teaches students in Kindergarten to 4th grade at Teocalli Academy. Her love for Folklorico...

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UFS 2016 Meet Your Hosts At San Jose State University

University Folklorico Summit UFS 2016: Leaders Today to Create Legacies Tomorrow UFS 2016 will take place at San Jose State University on February 19-21 and is being hosted by Grupo Folklorico Luna y Sol de San Jose State.  Of course, nothing occurs in a vacuum and it is the leadership and diligence of the following students that will make this event a success.  Meet your hosts at San Jose State University!   UFS Committee Irma Guardado...

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UFS 2016 Presenter Itza Sanchez

UFS 2016 will take place at San Jose State University on February 19-21 and is being hosted by Grupo Folklorico Luna y Sol de San Jose State.  The organizing committee is pleased to announce the participation of Itza Sanchez presenting the workshop "Leadership & Organization Management".  In this session, participants will about the importance of goal setting and campus outreach. Itza Sanchez is an SJSU Alumni (Cultural Anthropology, 2004) working as Program and...

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UFS 2016 Presenter Dr. Olga Najera-Ramirez

University Folklorico Summit UFS 2016: Leaders Today to Create Legacies Tomorrow UFS 2016 will take place at San Jose State University on February 19-21 and is being hosted by Grupo Folklorico Luna y Sol de San Jose State.  The organizing committee is proud to announce the participation of Dr. Olga Nájera-Ramírez as the workshop presenter on "Channeling Your Folklórico Interest into a Career".  Learn how you can carry folkloric traditions forward into your...

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