Día de los Muertos
By: brink
/ June 13, 2016

Día de los Muertos

Since 1999, Tohono Chul has supported the biennial Día de los Muertos, a celebration that blends European influences with pre-Hispanic customs in remembering and honoring deceased family and friends. Exhibits feature the work of community artists, which demonstrate the richness of this borderland tradition and celebrate the traditions of Día de los Muertos. The event is held in tandem with Tohono Chul’s “Chiles and Chocolate,” an event that features altars/exhibits, oral histories, heritage crafts, music, and food.

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