Andeana Hats and Peruvian Photos at La Cosecha

Courtesy: Andeana Hats/La Cosecha

It’s visual storytelling that’s pop-up perfect.

National Geographic photojournalist and co-founder of Andeana Hats, Laura Grier is making some special in-person appearances at La Cosecha to showcase her photographic works as well as Peruvian hats and intention bands created by Quechua artisans.

10 am to 7 pm Thursday through Sunday from September 24-27, 2020 and again October 1-4, 2020, guests can pop by to check out the Andeana Hat creations.

But it’s the end of week shows that really al-pac-a in the fun.

On Friday, September 25th, Grier offers, from 6-7 pm, Peruvian-themed cocktails, food, and visual storytelling about her passion projects in the Sacred Valley of Peru. Starting off the hour, Laura will open up a discussion about how her frequent travels to Peru over the 12 years helped inspire the creation of Andeana Hats. She will also speak about how she has added intention into her life and businesses and showcase the importance of hats in the Quechua culture and throughout history. Stay after the discussion to try on these hand-made alpaca wool hats in their pop-up and learn more about the incredible Quechua artisans who make them.

On October 3rd and 4th, another special Alpaca event closes out Grier’s “Vanishing Arts” show.

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