Mariposa de Recuerdas by Katie Mills
is an annual exhibition of artwork that explores the history and meaning behind the Mexican holiday, Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. This exhibit includes works from local, regional and national artists. Artists are challenged to create an expression of their interpretation of Día de los Muertos, by honoring departed ancestors, friends and family. Artists are not limited by choice of media, but are asked to focus on the unified theme of Mexico’s centuries-old ritual of commemorating the death of a loved one. Simultaneous with Celebración, The Buddy Holly Center's Foyer Gallery will exhibit photographs taken in cemeteries in northern New Mexico by Amarillo artist Jim Jordan.
Join us for Lubbock’s citywide observance of this holiday - Procesión
- an evening of activities coordinated with the International Cultural Center, Texas Tech University School of Art and the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts. Procesión is a progressive celebration that takes place this year on Friday, October 30, 2015. The Buddy Holly Center will host live music and a make-and-take arts project. These events are free to the public.
Artists are welcome to submit work for this exhibition. Please download the information using the link below and RSVP by September 1, 2015. Celebracion Call For Entries