Día de Muertx is about communing with our loved ones, alive and dead. Traditionally, altars (Altar de Muertx) are erected and adorned with different symbols, cherished objects, food, etc., for our deceased to enjoy on November 1st and 2nd. Those of us on the living realm, share dinner, music and poetry as our loved ones join us in a festive, bright and joyful celebration of life.
The exhibit will include three Altares de Muertx, each themed and dedicated to:
Nuestrx Muertx // Our Loved Ones
Artists Before Us
The celebration on November 2nd will also include:
All people of color are invited to participate and collaborate on the exhibit and event.
To our white allies: We gratefully welcome material and financial support. We are still wishing to secure tamales and Pan de Muerto and have a PayPal account at firstname.lastname@example.org