ARTIST STUDIO PROJECT IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CITY OF RALEIGH MUSEUM, THE FRIENDS OF COR MUSEUM AND THE GENERAL CONSUL OF MEXICO IN RALEIGH INVITE YOU TO:
FREE FAMILY FRIENDLY VIRTUAL EVENT
Things kick off 28th, 2020
JOIN US AS WE LOOK A BIT CLOSER TO THIS WONDERFUL CULTURAL TRADITION. FOR FOLKLORIC MUSIC, CRAFTS, FACE PAINTING (CHILDREN), DAY OF THE DEAD BREAD.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR FRIENDS: Citla Soto (Mexico With Citla), Baile Folklorico Vicky Academy, Mia Pérez Tavernier, Paola Taverneir Dueñas, Artist Lety Alvarez, Larry Bellorín, Agustin Gonzalez, WEAD FM and many more.
Welcome Things Start at 3pm Just click the video below to view! Thank you.
A CLOSER LOOK AT DAY OF THE DEAD – CITLA SOTO –
OCTOBER 31ST, 2020 – 3 pm
Directly from Mexico City Certified Tour Guide Citlaltzin Soto (Citla) host of Mexico with Citla helps us dig deeper as we take a closer look at Dia De Los Muertos. Learn more about the origins of this wonderful colorful cultural tradition that has captured the imagination of the world. October 31st, 2020 – 3pm
Larry Bellorín & Agustin Gonzalez play La Llorona – The Weeping Woman –
October 31, 2020 4 pm – (Virtual Event)
HOW TO MAKE: Papel Picado with Artesan – Yuriria I. Torres Alfaro
Artesanias De Papel – Xochimilco – Mexico City
October 31, 2020 4 pm. (Virtual Event)
Special Thanks to Citla Soto of Mexico with Citla for the production of this event.
DAY OF THE DEAD – ALTAR AT THE COR MUSEUM – LETY ALVAREZ
October 31, 2020 – 5 pm – (Virtual Event)
Each year we create a special Day of The Dead Altar featuring the literary figure connected with the El Quixote Festival. This year we are once again appreciative of our good friend artist Lety Alvarez creating another fantastic altar in honor of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. The COR Museum is open and the Altar will be available for viewing after the October 20th, 2020. Special Thanks to Dr Jonathan Wade for sharing some of his special items.
HOW TO MAKE: PAN DE MUERTOS – DAY OF THE DEAD BREAD
October 31, 2020 – 5:30 pm (Virtual Event) Recipe Here
Directly from Mexico City chef Daniela Canizal of Caracolas Lab shares with us a recipe of how to make the famous Pan de Muertos Bread. Special Thanks to Citla Soto of Mexico with Citla for the production of this event.
HOW TO FACE PAINT: Day of The Dead – La Calavera Catrina (Virtual Event)
BAILE FOLKLORICO VICKY ACADEMY – October 28, 2020 – 5 pm