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Tito Carrillo helped forge bridges between Tucson and Mexican indigenous communities.

  • By Submitted By Susan Call Church member

For several years the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson has sponsored sales of pottery from the village of Mata Ortiz.

  • PHOTOS BY MIKE CHRISTY / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Gary and Joan Heymann inspect some of the varied Mata Ortiz ceramics on exhibit and for sale last Friday at the Academy Village Community Cent…

  • Mike Christy/Arizona Daily Star

Sue Mudd looks at some of the pieces made by pottery artists from Mata Ortiz. Their style has evolved in many directions.

  • Mike Christy Arizona Daily Star
  • PHOTOS BY MIKE CHRISTY / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Gary and Joan Heymann inspect some of the varied Mata Ortiz ceramics on exhibit and for sale last Friday at the Academy Village Community Cent…

  • Mike Christy/Arizona Daily Star

At left, Sue Mudd looks at some of the pieces made by pottery artists from Mata Ortiz, a small town in northern Chihuahua, Mexico, that has ga…

  • Mike Christy Arizona Daily Star
  • COURTESY OF JOHN BEZY

Oralia Lopez is considered one of the masters of the Mata Ortiz style of pottery.

  • Submitted by Nancy Fitzgerald Academy Village Volunteer

Master artist Oralia Lopez will demonstrate and sell her pottery at the Academy Village on Nov. 30.

  • Submitted by Susan Call Church Volunteer

Helping the community of Mata Ortiz in northern Chihuahua, Mexico, is the goal of a Sunday sale of pottery at the Unitarian Universalist Churc…

  • A.E. Araiza Arizona Daily Star

Using handmade pots, or ollas, as their canvas and beautiful, intricate ancestral symbols as a theme, Mata Ortiz potters have come to be known…