Palm Springs Art Museum
Palm Desert
Edwards Harris Center

DAY OF THE DEAD


Day of the Dead / Día de los muertos
Saturday, October 25
10:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
FREE / GRATIS

 

JOIN US AS THE MUSEUM COMES ALIVE WITH THE SPIRIT AND TRADITIONS OF DAY OF THE DEAD
EL MUSEO SE LLENA DE VIDA CON EL ESPÍRITU Y TRADICIÓN DEL DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS

masks • papel picado • paper flowers • Posada printmaking • skull magnets
máscaras • papel picado • flores de papel • grabado estilo Posada • calacas con imánes

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Be a part of the annual Day of the Dead / Día de los muertos festivities. The celebration begins at 10:30 a.m. on the museum’s front steps with an opening procession by the Danza Azteca Citlaltonac Tierra dancers. Throughout the rest of the day make art with the whole family, visit traditional art installations, enjoy a special exhibition of Day of the Dead quilts, and listen to Mariachi Azteca de Oro de Jose Valdez.

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Day of the Dead / Día de los muertos is a traditional holiday celebrated widely in Latin American and interpreted broadly throughout the United States. It celebrates the continuance of life, family relationships, and community solidarity while finding humor after death. The day will be filled with music, food, art-making, and laughter. Join us with your friends and family for this joyous, unique, and important cultural event.

Day of the Dead Education Programs are made possible by the Palm Springs Art Museum's Board of Trustees.