On Sunday, October 18, 2020, the Art and Culture Center celebrated Dia de los Muertos during its monthly Free Arts! Family Days. During Octobers’s activity, Papel Picado Parade, guests worked together to create their very own papel picado, the traditional paper flags used to decorate for Dia de los Muertos and other celebrations in Mexico.
During this free event, guests were also able to enjoy the three current exhibitions in the safe and inspiring Art and Culture Center/Hollywood galleries. The exhibitions currently on view are: MAKE, Open Dialogues: Stories From the LGBTQ Community, and Rosa Naday Garmentida: Not So Far Away - No Tan Lejos.
If you missed the activity, the Center has created a step-by-step instructional video on how to create your papel picado using items in your home.
List of Items:
Glue or Tape
Free Arts! Family Days is funded in part by PNC Arts Alive, and City of Hollywood General Fund Social Service Agency Grant.
Don’t miss our next Free Arts! Family Day on Sunday, November 15, 2020.