CLICK HERE TO CONTACT US      Casa Aurora Publications & Centro Cultural is an independent publishing house and exhibition space located in the village of Juan Mata Ortiz, Chihuahua, Mexico.      We are dedicated to creating high quality journalistic and photo-documentary books with a focus on history, culture, art, and photography primarily from the American Southwest, Mexico, and Central America.               Casa Aurora donates profits from the sale of our publications to Proyecto Cervantes, an early reading program for children in the Juan Mata Ortiz public schools.  We also sponsor the printable Mata Ortiz Map showing the location of pottery studios and services in Mata Ortiz.  Visit the map at: http://www.mataortizmap.com
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Casa Aurora Publications & Centro Cultural is an independent publishing house and exhibition space located in the village of Juan Mata Ortiz, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

We are dedicated to creating high quality journalistic and photo-documentary books with a focus on history, culture, art, and photography primarily from the American Southwest, Mexico, and Central America.  

Casa Aurora donates profits from the sale of our publications to Proyecto Cervantes, an early reading program for children in the Juan Mata Ortiz public schools. We also sponsor the printable Mata Ortiz Map showing the location of pottery studios and services in Mata Ortiz. Visit the map at: http://www.mataortizmap.com 

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PROJECT CERVANTES

PROJECT CERVANTES is a grades 1-6 literacy program  Juan Mata Ortiz.  It is supported and privately funded by a small group of people on both sides of the US / Mexican border including the teachers and Parent Association of the Mata Ortiz Elementary School, Patricia Ortega and others at the Mata Ortiz public library, Ana Livingston and Carlotta Boettcher, Maria Pinedo, Javier Mendoza, and others.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

PROJECT CERVANTES is a grades 1-6 literacy program Juan Mata Ortiz. It is supported and privately funded by a small group of people on both sides of the US / Mexican border including the teachers and Parent Association of the Mata Ortiz Elementary School, Patricia Ortega and others at the Mata Ortiz public library, Ana Livingston and Carlotta Boettcher, Maria Pinedo, Javier Mendoza, and others.  

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