REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Mexico has a long and colorful tradition of celebrating life through art dating back to the Aztec Indians. Cultural artist Irma Reed-Castellanos will walk attendees through decorating their own Dia de Los Muertos sugar skull mask. The use of masks is an ancient tradition that represents the desire of being someone or something else. During celebrations such as Dia de Los Muertos, people wore masks representing the power of warrior, animals, and magicians.
There’s no cost to attend this adult art workshop! Attendance is limited to only 18 participants, so register now by calling 904-827-6940.
Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. Art supplies funded by the Friends of the Main Library St. Augustine.