Day of the Dead: Student Altars

October 29, 2016 - December 16, 2016

Chicano Studies Professor Angelita Rovero leads ELAC students through the process of creating altars focused on specific aspects of Chicano and Mexican culture and history, as a way of actualizing curriculum through independent research, group participation and the creative process. This is the 13th annual exhibition of altars organized in collaboration with the Chicana/o Studies Department at ELAC, and features ofrendas (offerings to the deceased) that represent a range of course-related topics.

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Hours

  • SUN: CLOSED
  • MON: CLOSED
  • TUE: 12-4
  • WED: 12-4
  • THU: 12-7
  • FRI: 12-4
  • SAT: 12-4

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