Join us for Mi Casa es Tu Casa Pajaro Valley Arts’ annual exhibit inspired by Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) a traditional holiday in Mexico that celebrates ancestors and others who have passed away. Each year, we invite community groups and artists into our “home/casa” to pay tribute to those who have passed. This year, our curatorial team asked our participants to honor personal loss; those whose lives were lost due to violence; and the peacekeepers who have positively affected our lives.
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