Contemporary Expression


THE ART FILES: El Dia de los Muertos Celebration
October 23, 2008, 1:18 am
Filed under: Living An Artful Life, The Art Files
One of the coolest things about late October is the
El Día de los Muertos Celebration!
Plowhaus Artist Coop and Gallery East present,
*The 7th Annual Celebration of*
*El Día de los Muertos** – The Day of The Dead
*Gallery East*
*1008c Woodland St. (Behind the Alley Cat) Nashville, TN 37206*
sugar head painting (c) 2002 Contemporary Expression, Nancy VanReece

OPENING RECEPTION
Thursday October 23** , 2008
6 pm – 10pm *Music by “Gamble Valley Troubadour’s” and “The Joiners”* Public and Trick or Treaters invited

poster art by Julie Sola

* *(Nashville, TN) – The Plowhaus Artists’ Cooperative proudly returns to East Nashville to present its 7th Annual Celebration of Día de los Muertos*
October 23rd thru November 2nd.

Throughout the month of October, families and villages across Mexico
prepare for Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. On these days at the cusp of October and November, those who have died are remembered and their spirits are welcomed back for a yearly visit. Handmade altars, special food and drink, parades and plays, skull-shaped confections and toys, and gravesite visits and vigils celebrate the lives of the deceased.

Artists Connie Knock, Carri Hofaker, John Holland, Franne Lee , Willow
Fort, Tiffany Denton, Nieves Uhl, Julie Sola, Janet Lee, Ayjey,
Curt Perkins, Andee Rudloff, Audra Ladd, Sarah E. Fowler, McNasty, Lindsay
Black, Joe Silva, Jessica Maloan, Shannon Wages, Kevin Brock, Bethany
Taylor, Jennifer Bronstein, Toli Collin, Mona Brittingham

For a Complete Schedule Visit
http://www.plowhaus.org/

Kim Perrot Shrine by Nancy VanReece
Kim Perrot 1967-1999

Photos of Kim Perrot Shrine (c) 2000 Contemporary Expression, a div. of Carpe Diem Copyright Management. Artwork by Nancy VanReeece

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