Character Nichos (art + social studies, art + literature) In Mexican and South American cultures, small, decorated boxes called "Nichos" are commonly found in homes and public places, displayed on walls or pedestals.
Activity 1: Sacred Spaces or Mexican Nichos Background In Mexico there is an old tradition of making tin plate frames, or nichos, that dates back to the Spanish colonial period.
Virginia Agüero 's work is as much a part of the rich tradition from which she draws her inspiration as it is an exploration of it. Her art spans a wide range of expressive forms, easily encompassing such diverse media as contemporary nichos and works on fabric.
Martin Merchant Nichos In Clay Nichos are small highly decorated shadow boxes created throughout Latin America as a form of expression. The themes are endless, expressing the artist's sense of humor, personal hopes and dreams, things most dear to them, and even political opinions.
conditions are suitable for the survival of the species. That is, the potential distribution or fundamental niche (Anderson et al. 2003 ; Peterson 2003 ; Guisanand Thuiller 2005 ).
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In this place, as in many deprived areas of Central and South America, the tradition persists of placing the dead in raised vertical concrete structures called nichos .