Opening reception will be held on Friday, October 19th
Aztec Dancers will perform at 6:30pm
Light refreshments will be served.
WPCA is proud to host the longest running celebration of Dia de los Muertos in Milwaukee—a celebration of life, rich indigenous traditions, and of Mexican culture.
The celebration will include altares (altars/offerings) created by community groups and members in addition to sculpture and 2-D work. This exhibition celebrates life and death while exploring ancestral connections, and living expressions of culture and traditions.
Community Altares constructed by:
- Milwaukee School of Language
- Panadería Flor De Trigo
- Dominique Alvarado
- Familia Luévano
- Soy Quien Soy Studio
- WPCA’s Afterschool Art class Youth participants
- Día de los Muertos Festival
… and more!
Visual Artist presenting sculpture and 2-D artwork:
- Conhg Lopez
- Andrea Lira
- Luis Rafael Galvez
- Ceci Tejeda with her Alebrijes workshop participants
- Diego Heredia
- Leann Wooten