The chichu museum in Chilapas, Mexico is about to be a reality.
The Chichus have been collecting artifacts for over a thousand years.
The museum has a total of 12,000 artifacts and has already surpassed its goal to be the world’s largest chichū art museum.
The chirichu, also known as chichos or yucca, is the largest tree-based plant in the world.
According to the Smithsonian, there are only about 10,000 trees in the entire world, but there are about 12,500 of them growing in the Chichuchu region of Chilapa, Mexico.
The trees are considered sacred and a sacred place in Chihuahua, Mexico, and have been worshipped for centuries.
This unique and ancient culture is the subject of a documentary called Chichuhu, which premiered on HBO in April of 2018.
The docu-series explores the cultural history of Chichurans and the role they have played in the cultural and social life of the region.
“I am proud to be bringing you the story of Chihuahuas chichuris,” said filmmaker Miguel Arias.
“The Chichuan people are an ancient people, and they are the creators of the art that we see today.
And the art is important, because it has an importance in their history, in their culture, and it is an amazing legacy of their people.
I hope you enjoy this film.”
In addition to the documentary, Chichú is also launching an educational project in collaboration with the Smithsonian.
The film will feature the Chihuas own art, and will showcase the art and people who created it.
The project is being called Chuchu Art.
In this film, we will be taking a look at some of the most important cultural sites in Chichester, England, as well as exploring the unique history of the city, the art community, and Chichudas cultural life.
“This project is about bringing Chichuelas unique art and knowledge to the world,” said director Arias, “and the Chchu museum is a great example of how this can happen.”
The chuchu art exhibition will be held at the Chichesters Museum of Art.
The production will begin on April 22 and run through May 3.
Tickets are available through the Smithsonian Art Museum.
“Chichu is a very powerful culture and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to bring Chichuzos unique culture to the rest of the world with this documentary,” said Chichucan filmmaker Miguel.
“And we are really excited about this project.”
Chichú and Chuchuhu will premiere at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C., on April 23 and in London on May 3, 2018.
For more information on Chichüu Art, visit www.chichuymuseum.org.