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Maria Louisa de Villa celebrates Mexico at the Consulate General of Canada

OAXACA, Oaks. September 15, 2021.- Maria Louisa de Villa, Art and Cultural Researcher, Mexico, Visual Artist, Supervisor, Ecologist, Participates in National Holiday Celebration at Embassies and Consulates in Canada.

On September 16th and 16th, Mexico will be presenting his work.

Yo Soya Mexico by Maria Louisa de Villa is part of the national holiday celebrations, which you can see on the embassy portal.

In the coming months, he will celebrate 50 years of experience in the arts and crafts as a way of life, he shared in a published speech.

Maria Louisa de Villa holds a Masters Degree in UNAM and is a member of the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council, Sutbury Art Gallery, York University, Canadian Heritage, Canadian Affairs, Canada.

In 1985 it introduced the tradition and offerings of contemporary dead to Canada, became the most popular fall event in and around Toronto and is the annual location dedicated to Mexico at the Harborfront Center.

Arte Viral ’92 founded the first alliance of Hispanic artists in Canada in 1992; He is a founding member and director of the CCIE Cultural Celebration of the Canadian Foundation for Spanish Language.

In 1978 he founded the Northern Joint Venture of Canadian Artists, donated Mexican art pieces to the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art and Textile Museum of Canada, and donated his art to the Graphic Arts Institute of Oaxaca and the Henestrosa Library.

He was instrumental in donating the horseshoes signed by Toledo to the Pata Shoe Museum.

He lobbied and defended Mexican artists to pay exhibition fees from Canadian councils; Curates and organizes creative exchanges featuring Latin American artists in Canada and Canadian artists in Mexico.

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He has participated in more than 180 individual and group exhibitions in Mexico, Canada, the United States, Europe and China.

His work is in important public and private collections and is recognized in the 21st century for his map that reflects space and a valid message, the weak balance between man and nature.

He has lived and worked between Mexico and Canada since 1961.