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Día de los Muertos Celebration

Active since 1980, the community-based Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center upholds its mission to cultivate, promote and preserve “traditional and contemporary Latino arts and culture through multidisciplinary programming” including long-running local faves such as the Tejano Conjunto Festival and CineFestival, as well as museum-caliber exhibitions and year-round programming. The West Side nonprofit’s Día de los Muertos Celebration includes an exhibition of altars created by artists, families and organizations, a launch reception for Barbara Renaud-Gonzalez’s new book Dear San Antonio, I’m Gone But Not Lost: Letters to the World from Your Voting Rights Hero Willie Velasquez, art-making workshops, pán de muerto y chocolate, face-painting and performances by the Guadalupe Mariachi Academy and Guadalupe Dance Academy.

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