TUESDAY 4:00-6:00PM PT / 7:00-9:00PM ET
OCTOBER 13, 2020
Instructor: Diego Rios
Breathtaking colorful Sugar Skulls have long been part of the Mexican culture. Beautifully decorated Sugar Skulls are often used as decorations on graves and altars during Dia de Los Muertos or Day of the Dead. Dive into the rich history of the sugar skulls tradition alongside internationally acclaimed artist Diego Marcial Rios, who overviews its fascinating background before giving a demo on the craft. Once you have got the basics down, roll up your sleeves to create and hand paint your own unique, expressive work. Let your imagination go wild!
This fun workshop is the 2nd in a series of four Dia de los Muertos cultural artistic workshops. Sign-up for all four!
Events supported by a grant from the Kiwanis Club.
Supply List Available HERE.
$1-25 Pay What You Can
Beginner / Intermediate
Diego Rios is an artist of proud Mexican American Heritage. He has been professionally showing his artwork both internationally and nationally for about 30 years time. Rios’ artwork has been included in over 500 exhibitions from Japan to Bulgaria. His artwork is in many permanent museum and public art collections in the USA and abroad. Rios’ has also illustrated many books and periodicals. There have been several brief documentaries that have focused on the life and artwork of Diego Marcial Rios. To see the latest documentary go to Vimeo or Youtube and search “Diego Marcial Rios”.
Do not let the world get you down! Stand up everyday and do some artwork! VIVA ARTE!!!