[history] Who is La Catrina?

Did you know La Catrina originally had nothing to do with Dia de Los Muertos? source: CasaQ blog.   The original artist Jose Guadalupe Posada, born in 1852 in the […]

[video] Teatro Vision’s La Muerte Baila

In this hilarious, musical take on the afterlife, los muertitos (the dead) can’t wait to get back to earth on Día de Muertos and La Muerte can’t wait to finally […]

[contest] Catrina Costume by Casa Cultural // Redwood City

Update! Watch the contest onlin on their Facebook page!   https://www.facebook.com/circulocultural.rwc/videos/1068968843568055   We are excited to announce the beginning of our first Contest for the best Catrina!! Hope you can […]

[exhibit] Día de Los Muertos 2020: Living Legacies:

SOMArts’ annual Día de Los Muertos exhibition is open to the public, with donation-based, timed ticketed entry Living Legacies: Día de Los Muertos 2020 Where: SOMArts Cultural Center Prices: $10. […]