We posted about The Folk Tree’s annual Día de los Muertos exhibit that opened on October 5th. Now, on the actual day of the holiday, Saturday, November 2nd, The Folk Tree will host a whole afternoon of festivities.
12:30-1:30 p.m.: Music by Martin Espino, traditional sounds inspired by indigenous cultures of the Americas
1-5 p.m.: Ulla Anobile & Victor Solis; 2-3 p.m.: Matt DeHaven
Altar creators informally discuss their installations—Anobile’s for her Finnish ancestors and ancient spirits, Solis’ for his beloved dog, and DeHaven’s for James Dean.
2-5 p.m.: Day of the Dead face painting by Jeanine Montellano and Heather Bejar; also, handmade jewelry
2-5 p.m.: Trunk show—hand blown and painted glass Day of the Dead ornaments created by artisans in Krakow for Artistry of Poland
3-3:30 p.m.: Children’s Ballet Follklorico Acoiris from Pacoima performs traditional Mexican dances
Día de los Muertos at The Folk Tree
Saturday, Nov. 2nd, 12:30-5 p.m.
The Folk Tree, 217 S. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena 91105
Find details on The Folk Tree’s Facebook page