Cultura Center UAS (CASA DE CULTURA UAS)

Miguel Angel Victoria Fotógrafo

Cultura Center UAS (CASA DE CULTURA UAS) – FLAUTAS AND CARACOL
Today is the 37th University Celebration of Day of the Dead. The Autonomous University of Sinaloa Cultura Center  prepares to receive its artists and companions who have already passed us along the way.

Everything is ready to share with them in a festive way and for this purpose we have placed a path of candles to lighten the darkness in an emblem of light.

Everything is ready to share with them in a festive way and for this purpose we have placed a
path of candles to lighten the darkness in an emblem of light (representing the element fire / permanent life in the two planes), the herbs in the anafres emanan it’s aroma that purifies the place, the prayers are allowed to be heard in their slow litanies to receive them with the utmost respect.
They are our artists, our teachers, friends and companions, the souls that come and settle with every decorum on your altar that is ready with your bread, flowers, cross, salt, food (earth element).
LA CASA DE LA CULTURA is filled with flowers and candles to celebrate with our artists the mystery of life and the bridge to the region of the dead, there is water, to drink, water to clean.

The wind makes presence and frolics with the flags of paper cut that adorn each Altar symbolizing the air, this is the fourth element of eternal life.

The wind makes presence and frolics with the flags of paper cut that adorn each Altar symbolizing the air, this is the fourth element of eternal life.
Crosses of earth, sawdust of salt, which mark the four paths that lead you to the essence of life or withdraw you from spirituality, depending on the direction you take.
Two chains are majestic, one of yellow and red and another of violet and orange as souvenir, tradition and cultures, emphasizing the link between life and death and the second emblems of the fusion of two antagonistic cultures.
The party continues in a night of vigil where the nourishment of our soul merges with the rejoicing of hospitality, share our bread of the dead which is a symbol of the living body and of our harvest, which we offer to those who visit us today; Living or dead.
The four elements are in the Altar and Offering. Water-fire-earth and air and these are the bridges that give us harmony with the three planes; the heaven-earth-underworld, and also allows us to interweave memories, joys and teachings.
This is a university tradition and is a living tradition, with 37 uninterrupted years of color, light and memories.
Altar and offering dedicated to Sinaloan artists.
Director and creative of the project: Jorge Luis Hurtado Reyes.
Attendees: Juan De Dios Pérez Arellano, Jorge Luis Hurtado García, Javier Hurtado García,
Emma Quetzalli Hurtado García, J. Jesús Alvarez Morán, José Refugio Alvarez Morán, Ines Salazar Pérez, Maricruz Wbianco-Ix-Chel Nevares

This is a university tradition and is a living tradition, with 37 uninterrupted years of color, light and memories. Altar and offering dedicated to Sinaloan artists.

Colaboradores:  Servicio social de bachilleres de la UAS.
Altar dedicated to:

  • Jesus Mendoza Sánchez, work done by the participant artist Luis Alfredo Güicho Gastelum
  • Rosa María Peraza Castellanos, work done by the participant artist Gerardo Meza Buelna
  • Miguel Tamayo Espinoza, work done by the participant artist Feliciano Hurtado
  • Pedro Carreón Zazueta, work done by the participant artist Etelvina Angulo Garibay
  • Oscar Liera, work done by the participant artist Héctor Díaz Vázquez
  • Socorro Astol, work realized by the participant artist Jaime Lemus
  • Norma Millán, work done by the participant artist Emilio Robledo Trujillo
  • Margarita de Corona, work done by the participating artist Lizbeth Camacho
  • Manuel Flores, work done by the participant artist Boris Arteaga
  • Ruben Benitez, work done by the participant artist Heriberto López
  • Roberto Bernal, work done by the participant artist Julio Calderón
  • Itzel Navidad, work done by the participant artist Oskar Marhino Rocha
  • Martin Almaral, work done by the participant artist Luis Landeros Cano
  • Federico Loya Lafarga, work done by the participating artists Dolores Lugo and Benjamín Plata
  • Juan Eulogio Guerra Aguiluz, work done by the participant artists Feliciano Hurtado, Luis Alfredo Güicho and José Alberto Gómez
  • Pedro Calderón Castro, work done by the participant artist Benjamín Plata
  • Antonio García, work done by the participant artist Emilia Calderón
  • Arbol de la Vida, work by Olga Franco
  • Catrina, artwork by Carolina Limón
Jorge Luis Hurtado Reyes

Texto: Jorge Luis Hurtado Reyes

Director y Creativo del Proyecto

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How this Virtual Tour was made

The equipment used to make this virtual tour is the following:

  • DJI Phantom 3 Professional Quadcopter
  • Phantom 3 4K Camera
  • 3 - Axis Gimbal
  • Nikon D800 Camera
  • Sigma 8 mm fisheye lens
  • Nodal Ninja Ball Joint NN4
  • Manfrotto Tripod 190
  • Remote trigger

The processing software of this image was:

  • Lightroom to process RAW files
  • PTGui to perform the stitching of the image
  • Photoshop for general and local adjustments
  • PanoTour Pro for the virtual tour generation
I personally like cloudy days to make photography, on the one hand the shadows are very soft because the clouds work as a giant diffuser and also because they get very beautiful colors, in addition to the clouds are seen spectacular the drawback of aerial photography with drone is that since there is a lot of wind it’s a little more complicated to sew the images in PTGui, which in this case were 27.
The pictures of the interior I carried out in the “blue hour” in the morning to be able to have a nice picture on the windows and door. The altars and offerings made a great color stand out in this virtual tour. We want to do with this work a tribute to all the artists who have already passed away and have left us a great cultural legacy, R.I.P.

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Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa

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Traducción al idioma inglés realizada por la Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa a través del Centro de Estudio de Idiomas Culiacán. English language translation made by Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa through the collaboration of Centro de Estudio de Idiomas Culiacán

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