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Dia de Los Muertos Altars Offer Colorful Tradition
Tuesday, November 9, 2021

Did you know that the skulls that sometimes adorn the altars on the Day of the Dead are often made of sugar, symbolizing the sweetness of life? That the scent of orange marigolds and burning incense are meant to attract to souls to the alter? That perforated paper decorations symbolize the fragility of life?

Learn more about the Mexican observance of Dia de los Muertos by joining Eye on Sun Valley’s Luis Alberto Lecanda as he talks with those who created these altars for a special collaboration between Sun Valley Museum of Art and The Hunger Coalition.



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