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Day of the Dead 2010, Dia de los Muertos 2010 MCCLA

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Published on May 12, 2011

Mission Cultural Center celebrates "Dia de los Muertos" in San Francisco every year. The "Day of the Dead" is celebrated in Mexico and in Latino communities throughout the United States and Canada. During the holiday, family and friends gather to festively remember those who have passed on to the spirit realm. On November 2, 2010, MCCLA open its doors for Day of the Dead festivities. This year's theme is "Death Becomes You/La Muerte Eres Tu", is an attempt to guide some of those souls that have lost their way in the journey, support the souls who have lingered, and to nurture the spirits beginning their returns back to the spirit realm. The exhibition features traditional and contemporary altars, and includes a sugar skull demonstration, Danza Azteca, Pan de Muertos, mask making, face painting and more.
Participant Artists: Brett Cook, Juan Fuentes & Art Hazelwood, Alfonso Ochoa, Herminia Albarrán Romero, Carlos Córdova, Ervin Barrios & Daniel Martínez, Michelle Tarigo Channel, Andrea Luna, Angela Angel & Robin David, Jose Carrasco, Roberto Gómez, Tricia Murajda, Isaias Rodriguez & Aide Rodriguez, Carlos Castillo, Cerrito Creek School, Strawberry Creek School, Creative Arts Charter School, Civic Center School, The Berkeley School. Curated by Maurizzio Hector Pineda.
Video by Adrian Arias, Multimedia Dpt @ MCCLA.

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