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Ixtlixochitl Salinas-White Hawk

Indigenous Artist and Cultural Educator/Consultant.

Ixtli is of the Pochteca, of the Nahua-Mexika (Aztec), from Iztacalco and Tlacopan, now part of Mexico City, Mex.

 She  was born into the traditional dance circle, surrounded by art and culture from birth. Ixtli’s love for creating wearable art stems from watching her parents creating the most beautiful and intricate dance regalia for traditional dancers and whole dance groups. Her father, a muralist with an infinite creativity and love for traditional arts taught her to see the world through the eyes of an artist.

Her art is ever changing and evolving through the years, always finding beauty in every form. All her pieces are hand crafted with care and quality materials. Although she creates art in various forms, her work usually gravitates around Indigenous wearable art.

Ixtli has been traveling the world from a very young age as the spokesperson for TLOKE-NAHUAKE Traditional Aztec Fire Dancers, the family dance circle. Serving as ambassadors throughout the North American continent reconnecting with other Indigenous communities, and continuing her ancestors mission. Primarily working with tribes, schools (elementary to universities) and museums. Presenting dance, art, culture, music and language through performances, workshops and residencies.

Ixtli’s  artistic work and community involvement is an expression of her Nahua-Mexika roots; as she lives and thrives in two worlds. She is part of community and environmental efforts to ensure Indigenous identity and natural resources will continue being  a reality for our children and children’s children.

She encourages and supports family unity; as well as nurturing a creative and open mind for children through cultural programs, performances and workshops.

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