Weep for life and death while experiencing traditional altars, sculptures, media and art installations inspired by Día de los Muertos. Produced by the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, the event runs from October 16 through November 23.

This year’s theme, “La Llorona: Llanto de vida y muerte en el Distrito de la Misión” (La Llorona: Weeping for the life and death of the Mission District), was curated by Martina Ayala and features more than 70 local artists and 42 altars. Be sure to check out their reception on Nov. 2.

For more information about Día de los Muertos, visit the Mission Cultural Center.

Sarah McClure

Sarah McClure loves the colorful writing, and opportunity to connect to larger issues, that Arts & Culture reporting allows—she reads the Times’ Art Beat often. Here, she’s experiencing art on...

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    1. Then the mission changed cause white folks that were non immigrants didn’t want to live here anymore. They weren’t priced out or evicted

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