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Azteca Arts Colorado is a collaboration of artists with roots in the indigenous cultures of North America, particularly Mexico. Our collective goal is to promote the awareness and advancement of our people's beautiful heritage. We promote the preservation of our culture through educational, economical, spiritual and nutritional growth, utilizing the arts to achieve these goals. Through the use of dance, music, storytelling, and ceremony we endeavor to create beauty. We invite you to come and participate. We are a non-profit organization networking with other art groups and councils locally, nationally and internationally for over  40 years. We are housed under the nonprofit organization Colorado Folk Arts Council. This is one of Colorado's oldest cultural arts organization, celebrating over 50 years of service in the state. (   We do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion or sexual orientation. CFAC holds a 501 (c) 3 status and all donations to us are tax deductible. How does mankind comprehend the beauty of life, if it is not through art? Mexika Tiahui! Tlazocamati! We are a 2016 Denver Mayors Awards For Excellence in the Arts Recipient   ARTS & CULTURE IMPACT AWARD This award is presented to an individual or an organization that has made a significant and lasting impact on arts and culture in the City and County of Denver. This category requires that the nominee have at least 10 years of history in the arts in the City and County of Denver.  Nominees: Art for Ashes, cmDance, Denver Trolley, East Montclair Neighborhood Association, Huitzilopochtli Azteca Dance, John Madden Jr., Maria Mosina, Mile High Freedom Band, Play On! (DBA of Executive Arts, LLC), Tracy Weil and Jill Hadley Hooper, Visit Denver and VSA Colorado/Access Gallery.     2016 AWARD WINNER: HUITZILOPOCHTLI AZTECA DANCE    Every year Raul Chavez and Grupo Huitzilopochtli donate more than 600 volunteer hours to churches, food banks and nonprofits. They offer 50 free performances per year at schools and churches.  Through art and culture, Grupo Huitzilopochtli has contributed time and effort to enrich the lives of Mexican youth and their families. Bridging the gap between Mexican youth and Chicano/Colorado youth, this group has demonstrated for the past 40 years how the arts can heal through cultural inclusivity and respect for one another.