Dia de Muertos: A Cultural Interpretation of the Times

Special Exhibit

Dia de Muertos by Isaac Helguera is one of the many works on exhibit.

Dia de Muertos: A Cultural Interpretation of the Times

On exhibit through December 18, 2021

Dia de Muertos: A Cultural Interpretation of the Times is an exhibit that reflects different artists’ view on Dia de Muertos, also known as Day of the Dead, a religious holiday observed in Mexico, Latin America and other parts of the world. Many observe the holiday with festivals, food and crafts.

The viewpoints shown in the exhibit are from artists in Northwest Arkansas who are either of Latin ancestry or allies of Latin culture and traditions.

The exhibit is in in partnership with Arts One Presents and the Latin Art Organization in Arkansas and the culmination of a weeklong celebración del Día de Muertos, which took place October 30 to November 6 in Downtown Springdale.

Dia de Muertos by Isaac Helguera is one of the many works on exhibit

Dia de Muertos: A Cultural Interpretation of the Times

On exhibit through December 18, 2021

Dia de Muertos: A Cultural Interpretation of the Times is an exhibit that reflects different artists’ view on Dia de Muertos, also known as Day of the Dead, a religious holiday observed in Mexico, Latin America and other parts of the world. Many observe the holiday with festivals, food and crafts.

The viewpoints shown in the exhibit are from artists in Northwest Arkansas who are either of Latin ancestry or allies of Latin culture and traditions.

The exhibit is in in partnership with Arts One Presents and the Latin Art Organization in Arkansas and the culmination of a weeklong celebración del Día de Muertos, which took place October 30 to November 6 in Downtown Springdale.