Day of the Dead Art Exhibit and Celebration

We regret that we are canceling our Day of the Dead event this Sunday, November 1.

Despite the fact that we had planned with safety as our first priority (using even more stringent capacity and safety precautions than required by Metro), we don’t feel we can proceed in good conscience with the current rise in cases. Our top concern is always the health and safety of our community. We encourage you to share photos of your home activities and altars with us, so that we can share them on social media. We look forward to seeing you all in person as soon as we can do so safely. Thank you for understanding!

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In the meantime, check out our upcoming virtual events:


About Day of the Dead: El Dia de los Muertos

Day of the Dead tradition culminates Nov 2. The days leading up to it are a time of familial and community celebration and bonding. Humorous portrayals of skeletons and death remind the living to make the most of their precious time together. Families cook and share traditional food and remember their loved ones who have died.

Learn more about the important traditions that inspired our event.