OST Cultural Corridor – A Cultural Ecosystem

A cultural corridor that promotes, sustains, and encourages the arts, neighborhoods and businesses along Fredericksburg Road and North Flores Street.

Centro Aztlan’s authentic, community driven exhibition features unique altares made by local artists to honor family and community members who are no longer with us. Community artists are invited to create altares, helping to facilitate a dialogue that examines the history and traditions of this cultural celebration.

This event illustrates the artistic, cultural, and religious facets of this popular pre-Columbian Mexican tradition where death is seen as a natural part of life and this reality is approached with humor a celebration of life. Photographs of loved ones passed grace altars as well as offerings of food, marigolds, incense, candles, and other traditional offerings.

Opening Reception:

Saturday, November 2nd 2019

Altares y Ofrendas Exhibition runs through November 15, Monday-Friday, 9-5 p.m.

Artist Installations on The Old Spanish Trail runs through October 28-November 8, 2019.

Kim Bishop, Luis Valderas, Raul Servin, Adan Hernandez, Laurel Gibson, Kristina Uriegas-Reyes, Alexa “Sasha” Nelipa, Garrett Mormando, Andy Villareal, Anel Flores will be creating an altar for Gene Elder. Ramon Vasquez y Sanchez, Maria Chavez Vasquez, Kathleen Trenchard, Henry De Leon, Naradi, Coco Costello, Lauri Garcia Jones, Justin Scheider and his students, Victor Tello, Melanie Lira, Chel Delaney, Hector Garza, Dolores Zapata Merff, Don Nuñez, Petra del Sol Eubanks, Emily Blase, Alejandro Flores, Priscilla Reyna-Ovalle, Lynn Maverick Denzer, Nancy Oakly Klapp, y más!
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Day of the Dead 2019

Day of the Dead 2019

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