Handicrafts and other art forms such as music are of extreme importance to the communities both in the family and in the preservation of ancestral traditions. When a Kenê is imprinted each image has its own significance used in the form of body painting, everyday objects and ritual occasions. When a song is sung a prayer is uttered or a history told. They combine history, memory and art and have sacred meaning, creating the connection with forest beings, the ancestral force, invoking courage, strength, power and wisdom. It is a language of great importance for the cultural heritage of these peoples, suggesting a present exchange, between ways of observing, experiencing and understanding the world.