In addition to the international bands and artists that will perform this weekend at the Crown Capitalthe work of dozens of mothers and grandmothers will be reflected on the Nivea stage with a giant embroidery that they prepared especially for the music festival.
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With a multicolor embroiderythe members of the initiative Woven Sky adorned the stage where Hannah Storm, Claud, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, among other artists and bands, will perform.
“We grandmothers are back to be with you at the Corona Capital, this time we will add color to the Nivea stage with our fabric (…) it is great to share their festivals with our grandchildren,” shared the Cielo Tejido account on TikTok.
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Through this platform, the women who are part of this project have also shared that Her embroidery accompanied other festivals such as the Corona Capital in Guadalajara and Pulso GNP in Querétaro.
Likewise, they decorated various streets in several states of Mexico such as Nayarit, Jalisco and Michoacán. Even, his work reached the Museum of Art and History in Belgium.
“My recognition for that beautiful work, a true beauty”, “beautiful work and even more so when it is done in Mexico” are some comments they have received on their networks.
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The mothers and grandmothers of Cielo Tejido explained on their TikTok account that their embroidery is made with recycled plastic, so it can last a long time and, furthermore, this initiative provides work for 250 women.