Our 36th Day of the Dead exhibition remembers the numerous individuals from Mexico and the U.S. who have died from COVID and other tragedies in the last year.
The annual act of grieving has long been an essential aspect of the yearly celebration of life, as it offers a restorative way to acknowledge and accept the inevitable. Please join us to experience this age-old tradition of honoring the lives of lost loved ones. Folk art, fine art and photography make up the exhibition, bringing to life one of Mexico’s most cherished celebrations. Artists from both sides of the U.S./Mexico border express a sense of continuity and culture during this season of remembering.
Sep 23 to Dec 11, 2022
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