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El Día de los Muertos

Free Día de los Muertos Virtual Workshops

Get inspired and learn more about the art traditions of Día de los Muertos with these free virtual workshops!

Talleres virtuales gratis de arte

Hay oportunidades para educación e inspiración con talleres virtuales gratis.

Honoring with Artistic Nichos with Mija Matriz YouTube Workshop

Presented by Springfield Public Library
Local Mexican American artist, Mija Matriz, shares the rich, deeply rooted and vibrant art and cultural traditions of this annual time of remembrance and celebration. She will offer helpful tips and tricks on how you can get creative and use materials from our free Make-Your-Own-Altar kits.

Bilingual Virtual Talk with Fernando Soto: “Day of the Dead: Hanging Altars of Coatetelco”

Noon, Sunday, November 1 via Zoom
Hosted on Zoom; to register visit www.nochecultural.com
Co-hosted with Eugene Arte Latino and Noche Cultural.

During the talk, Fernando Soto Vidal will discuss his photographic work that focuses on hanging offerings, a pre-Hispanic tradition that is still preserved by families of the indigenous community of Coatetelco, as part of their celebrations of the Day of Dead.

Day of the Dead in Guerrero Morelos, Puebla and Oaxaca, Mexico,” a Bilingual Virtual Talk by Maricela Figueroa Zamilpa

During the bilingual talk, Maricela Figuera will share images of Day of the Dead celebrations held in various towns in Mexico.

Saturday, October 24, 12pm
Hosted on Zoom; to register visit www.nochecultural.com  or visit the Facebook event: https://fb.me/e/fK2Jeh23m
Co-hosted with Eugene Arte Latino and Noche Cultural.

Ofrendas Colgantes en Coatetelco with Fernando Soto, una charla bilingüe

12pm, Domingo, 1 noviembre via Zoom
Para registrarse: www.nochecultural.com
Con Eugene Arte Latino and Noche Cultural.

Durante la charla, Soto Vidal discutirá su trabajo fotográfico que se enfoca en las ofrendas colgantes, una tradición prehispánica que aún preservan familias de la comunidad indígena de Coatetelco, como parte de los usos y costumbres de este lugar con motivo de los festejos del Día de Muertos.

Día de Muertos en Guerrero Morelos, Puebla y Oaxaca, México, una charla bilingüe con Maricela Figueroa Zamilpa

Charla virtual bilingüe con el trabajo fotográfico de Maricela Figueroa Zamilpa “Día de Muertos en Guerrero Morelos, Puebla y Oaxaca, México” con Eugene Arte Latino y Noche Cultural.

Sábado 24 de octubre, 2020, 12 p.m.Reunión a través de la plataforma Zoom. Para registrarse visite www.nochecultural.com o el evento en Facebook: https://fb.me/e/fK2Jeh23m