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Presented throughout Downtown San Antonio, 18 monumental skulls hand painted by emerging and established artists of great recognition honor the victims of Covid this year as well as other causes that raised their voices in 2020. Additionally, two works from created by Mexico City’s “El Volador” art studio will be on display – a Giant Catrina at La Gloria at Pearl and El Rombero at San Antonio International Airport.
Join us for history and intrigue as we explore City Cemetery #3. Tour groups of 9 with masks will embark on the cemetery to uncover the buried history of San Antonio African Americans. Meeting place on the corner of Wyoming and Palmetto. Look for the big black tent.
For its eighth year, this celebration, also known as Muertos Fest, will be a virtual event. The public is invited to submit photos of their dearly departed for potential inclusion in the Community Living Altar or Virtual Altar Tribute.
This November 1, 2020, SAY Sí reimagines it’s largest annual community event, Muertitos Fest, as a virtual experience. Due to the pandemic, Muertitos Fest 2020 will be transformed into a month-long season of virtual programs that will be showcased at muertitosfest.com and on social media. Visitors can expect: Educational Workshops | A Virtual Mercado | Video Performances from Local Talent | A Gallery of Student Artwork | An Interactive Community Altar | Video Tours of Folk Art Collections & More!…
Come celebrate Día de los Muertos with us at our touch-free family day. Pick up an art kit with everything you need to decorate a traditional sugar skull and draw La Catrina on scratch art paper, then explore the Latin American galleries with a self-paced scavenger hunt! Art kits are distributed first-come, first-served. Don't miss a special performance by Azul Barrientos on Nov.1 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. in the Pavilion and delicious pastries and hot drinks from Panifico!…
Centro Aztlan’s authentic, community driven exhibition features unique altares made by local artists to honor family and community members who are no longer with us. Community artists are invited to create altares, helping to facilitate a dialogue that examines the history and traditions of this cultural celebration.
Join us Monday, November 2nd for our Dia De Los Muertos Celebration! Enjoy fun times, and live music by Bob ram & the rams. Plus local artists One Love Photography by Carmen Peña-onelovephotogsatx & David Peche!💀
Paintings and multiple-themed, devotional altars will transform the Bihl Haus Arts Gallery into a large-scale, magnificent Dia de Muertos ofrenda by David Zamora Casas during the installation “Love and Death in Times of Pandemic/Amor y La Muerte en Tiempos de Pandemia” opening virtually at 5:30 p.m. Monday, November 2 at www.BihlHausArts.org. The exhibition, which closes December 12, will host virtual events every two weeks. In addition, a maximum of 10 guests will be allowed to view the installation on-site during…
ALLERSEELEN (pronounced al-er-ZEE-len) is a German term for All Souls’ Day. In this video featurette, Jump-Start Company member Sheila Sisler-Currie provides an opportunity to glimpse a a less-familiar take on an annual celebration here in south Texas. ALLERSEELEN is presented from the point of view of the recently departed "Mama" whose spirit visits the celebration to look back on moments of significance and joy.