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Dia de los Muertos Atlantic Canada is excited to invite our community to join us in educational workshops that delve into this Mexican celebration, distinguished as an intangible heritage of humanity by UNESCO. It's an opportunity to engage with professional artists from New Brunswick, where you can delve into their creative processes and listen to their stories about this enchanting celebration.


Our workshops offer a diverse array of art forms for everyone to explore, including clay, the craft of traditional sugar skulls, the art of papel picado (a traditional decoration in our celebration), painting, embroidery, and more!


We extend our gratitude to our community partners for their wonderful collaboration in making this festival an engaging and enriching experience that celebrates art, culture, and community.

In Support of the Arts

Clay Calaveritas workshop
Painting & Carving workshop with Maria Guevara  for Dia de los muertos

Community Workshops

Painting Calaveras workshop with Fabiola Martinez  through Dia de los Muertos festival
Drumming & Sharing with Jennifer as a workshop for the Dia de los Muertos festival
Sugar Skulls with Heather is a workshop put on by Dia de los Muertos
Embroidery workshop with Carla Salazar which is part of the Dia de los Muertos festival
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