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November 2020 Media Coverage

Bonnie Devine (Ojibwa, born 1952) Canoe, 2003 Graphite on paper, thread, twine, beads Museum purchase from the Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship In November 2020, there was excellent media coverage published and broadcast about the Eiteljorg Museum and its...

Bringing all the elements together by Daniel del Real

Welcome November 2, 2020 Today, let us welcome back the souls of our fallen. Let’s remember their lives; their favorite foods, their favorite drinks, even their favorite things. Let’s go through our photo albums and reminisce about those moments captured in stills....

Día de los Angelitos by Daniel del Real

Angels on Earth November 1, 2020 Today is Día de los Angelitos or Day of the Little Angels. It’s the lesser known day 1 associated with the 2 day celebration known as Day of the Dead. On this day, indigenous communities across Mexico are celebrating the lives of the...

Preparations of Día de Muertos by Daniel Del Real

Gatherings October 28, 2020 All Saints’ Day approaches and all across Mexico preparations are underway for Día de Muertos. Coinciding with the Fall harvest, the festivities accompanying Day of the Dead bring forth a feast for the senses at the local markets. Families...

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