Senderos youth Board members Daisy Estrada Magana and Jazmin Gonzalez lead the Convite through downtown Santa Cruz, a traditional procession of dancers, musicians, mojigangas (large puppets), which happens the weekend before our annual Vive Oaxaca Guelaguetza indigenous cultural festival. photo credit: VisitaTuGente.com
Fe Silva Robles, Senderos Co-founder/Director and indigenous oaxaqueña, leads the Día de los Muertos festival procession from downtown Santa Cruz to Evergreen Cemetery where dancing, music, ofrendas, tamales await the community to celebrate Day of the Dead. This free community festival is co-presented by the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History and Senderos annually. photo credit: Kyer Wiltshire
Senderos infantil (youth) dancers of our Centeotl Danza y Baile folklorico group perform Cabeza de Cochino (pig's head) traditional Mayan dance from the Yucatan Peninsula at our Diciembre en México (December in Mexico) winter showcase performance. photo credit: Crystal Birns
Senderos Ensamble Musical banda de viento (wind band) getting ready to perform along with student musicians from Centro de Integración Social (CIS #8), Zoogocho, Oaxaca, who Senderos sponsors for a three-week visit each May to perform in our month-long Vive Oaxaca events. photo credit: Nopal Media
Senderos youth dancing at Guelaguetza. Photo by Urbano Quiroz, 2018.
Senderos Ensamble Musical plays for Open Streets Santa Cruz on West Cliff Drive. Photo by Bill Bishoff, 2018.
Senderos dancers at Ebb and Flow Festival at Tannery. Photo by Kyle Wiltshire, 2019.
Senderos Centeotl Danza y Baile at Branciforte Small Schools. Photo by Kevin Johnson SC Sentinel, 2017.