Cojolya Museum and Store, Santiago Atitlan
(5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • We had a chance to visit this store/museum/craft center. The project is a collective comprised by mostly women who weave traditional Mayan textiles. A "volunteer" from the States who is working there ...  more »
  • The Museum is small but full even if it matches you can see how others take classes for the production of fabrics or if no one can take them, and say the store is simply impressive, is a combination of art in textiles with fashion which is seriously not seen anywhere. Another important aspect is the picture of staff they have, where you see the photograph of each of the members of the Association, which is worth mentioning is diverse in regards it gender, taking into account that believed that only women work in the elaboration of tissue, but this gives more credibility to the Organization and know that it is real, because you see people serving you and you see that form part of the scheme that they have on your wall. This because there are others who say that they have 500 or thousand members who benefit from the institutions but never know who are these members and how to collaborate with the Foundation.
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  • I highly recommend contacting the Cojolya Association in advance to book a two-hour tour. The tour offers a fantastic opportunity to learn about the Association, including its history, partner artisan...  more »