La Catrina is an iconic representation of death in Mexican culture that combines elements of equality, humor, memory and artistic expression. Their presence on the Day of the Dead helps remember and honor deceased loved ones in a way that celebrates life and the richness of Mexican culture.
“Guiding winds” is part of Interventions is a new series at the Mint in which contemporary works are placed amongst permanent collection installations to create a critical dialogue between past and present.Opening October 21st, and running through 2023. Save the date! March 26th, 2023 Opening Reception!
The City of Raleigh, North Carolina dressed in the colors and traditions of Mexico. Between catrinas, dances, artists, Mariachi music, the sounds of the guitar, the jarana and the violin of the Huastec sones, and the offering, a fundamental element of this celebration.
Celebration of the Day of the Dead with Revista Latina.
"The success of any activity is only achieved when the strength and dynamism of several people who support their energies in the same direction come together."
Carolina Fonseca, Visual Artist creates these candles "Vela de Unidad" and "Las Caras de los Sueños", for the Dia de Muertos offering of Revista Latina.
One of the most representative traditions of the country is the Day of the Dead, a time when thousands of families place an offering to share bread, water, sweets and other ornamental elements with different meanings with the deceased.
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is reporting the first pediatric flu-related death for the 2023-2024 flu season. A child in the western part of the state recently died from complications associated with influenza infection. To protect the family’s privacy, additional information will not be released.