Flatiron Día de Muertos Celebration
Nov 2 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
Celebrate Día de Muertos in the Flatiron North Plaza. All are invited to bring photos and share flowers, bread, or fruit and contribute to a community altar.
Decorate your own sugar skull (Calaverita de Azucar) to take home or to place on the altar, join a DIY Printmaking activity using a tortilla press and lino blocks with traditional Calavera imagery, snap an instant photo with La Catrina. Presented by Fotografisk, and get your face painted as a Day of the Dead skull.
Performances include La Danza de los Viejitos (Dance of the Little Old Men), from the Purépecha people in Michoacán, Mexico and a curated mix of Mexican folklore by Calpulli Mexican Dance Company.
Presented by the Flatiron NoMad Partnership in partnership with the Division of Continuing Education at the School of Visual Arts, Fotografiska, Poster House, Calpulli Mexican Dance Company.
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