And just like that, Dia de los Muertos has come and gone! This has been such a special project for me and an incredible way for me to start off my work in community outreach with the arts. Being able to work with impactful organizations that I believe in, such as the Mexican Cultural Center in Denver and Mountian Dreamers here in Summit County, is what drove me to get this degree and has been nothing but fulfilling.
Corazón Mexicano came together beautifully! The sculptures, textiles, and of course, beautiful collaboration with Armando Silva, brought the whole installation together. But as the nature of many murals, this was a temporary installation and will be coming down on November 3.
You can see pictures of the finished installation on the Murals page of my website!
You can also access all materials Dia de los Muertos in both Spanish and English on the Breck Create website. There is an explanation of the activities we offered, a map of who participated locally, and the events we held at the Riverwalk Center on October 24. Additionally, you can read about the Saturday events covered by Summit Daily News Here!
I will be officially launching my La Doña series with Uprise Art the week of November 15th! Make sure to check out my current works for sale though the gallery and get ready for the new series. I will be closing my studio sales starting December 17th for the Holidays and will reopen early 2021.