At its heart, Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a celebration of life masquerading under a macabre mask, so expect a party at the opening of Talento Bilingue De Houston’s Dia de los Muertos art exhibit. The work of more than ten local artists will be on display, but beautiful art isn’t the only thing on the menu: Danza Chikawa Dance will perform a traditional danza azteca (“Aztec dance”) and lead a prayer for deceased loved ones, Zoonido will be on hand to provide music, the Houston Latino Film Festival will play a block of short films and Saint Arnold Brewing Company will bring the beer. And yes, there will be pan de muerto.
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