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Chacas and the Sky - On March 2013, Peruvian writer and recipient of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature, Mario Vargas Llosa, visited his friend and OMG founder, Fr. Ugo de Censi, in Chacas. The acclaimed writer was so impressed by our missionary work, he decided to chronicle his experience in the Spanish newspaper El ...
GARAC – Exhibition at the IADB Art Gallery -   Artesanos Don Bosco (ADB) Exhibition at the Art Gallery of the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) 1300 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20577 October 3 - 17, 2016                     Opening: Monday, October 3, 2016, 6-8 pm GARAC -- ‘I gift you’ Artesanos ...
Charity – New Project in Nuevo Chimbote – Peru - Father Ugo, 91 years old, never stops to dream and make the dreams reality. In this video the last project that begun on January 2015 and still is in progress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS3jP9o5rRE  If you want to help us to support the project, please contact info@artesanosdonbosco.com
Customized Wood Panels -               Send us any picture and our craftsmen in Peru will carve and paint a wooden panel. Coming soon: Carved wood panels of iconic landscapes of Baltimore / Washington D.C. including Inner Harbor and the National Mall.
Pope Francis in Bolivia -         During his trip in South America, Pope Francis was at Santa Cruz in Bolivia. You can admire the beautiful altar carved by Artesanos Don Bosco. The details and the personages represent South America people gathering Jesus that is offering the Bread. See the link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Artesanos-Don-Bosco/158999420789996
Baltimore Business Supports Peru Mission -             By Fr. Mike Mendl, SDB Baltimore’s Federal Hill neighborhood is a lively one just south of the Inner Harbor. It’s home to middle-class homes, churches, popular restaurants and watering holes, boutiques, and other businesses ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Hill,_Baltimore). Right along Charles Street, the “main drag,” on the ...
Road to Chimbote -         Chimbote is a town located 270 miles from Lima, the Capital of Peru. In the video a child is telling us how his family left the "Sierra" (Andes Mountains) looking for a better life and work in Chimbote. As "Pancho" 's family, many others made the same ...
Furniture for The Poor - FURNITURE FOR THE POOR is the title of a new video produced by Catholic News Service. Watch it on YouTube. The 5-minute video shows the life and work of the "ARTESANOS" in the mountains of Peru working with Italian volunteers to create furniture, carvings, and sacred artwork sold around the ...
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Baltimore Museum of Industry - 19 March 2013 BALTIMORE MUSEUM of INDUSTRY