Photo courtesy of CocoAndré

Oak Cliff offers many ways to honor the dead for Día de los Muertos, Nov. 1-2.

CocoAndré will transform its storefront on West Seventh into a “larger-than-life community offrenda” and a walk-through art show featuring local artists. Register for a chance to win prizes. The event is free and from 6-10 p.m. Sunday and Monday.

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¡Hola neighbors/friends! We’re happy to announce that the tradition continues! Next Sunday! Día de los Muertos Oak Cliff is a free community event, celebrating life and Mexican culture with an Oak Cliff twist! Mask up and join us for two fun nights of culture and community! CocoAndré and friends have curated a custom interactive walk thru art experience, converting the storefront to a larger than life community ofrenda/altar! Mask up and join us for the 11th Annual Dia De Los Muertos festival! Register for free in our Eventbrite link in the profile for chances to win Day of the Dead prizes. 📍 CocoAndre 📍 November 1-2 📍 6pm-10pm The walk-thru art show that will feature local artists: @superlilbit24 @_sergiogarcia_ @maisonmylan @yessiichula @robdraws @florpapalote @eternostx @arte.mando @bettytattoos Event Organizers: Janie Mata, Event Coordinador, Artist + Curator @superlilbit24 Design and layout created by @freddydoesdallas of Tenzanto Architecture Studios. Mobile Altars coordinator @lamexmama from Cascabel Group Thank you to our community supporters @visit_dallas. • • 💄 @yoalistudioxestiromero 📷 @foodforthabooty • • #diadelosmuertosdallas #diadelosmuertosmakeup #diadelosmuertosaltar #diadelosmuertosoakcliff #catrina #calavera #skull #oakcliff #dallas #dayofthedead #photography #photooftheday #coco #sugarskull #mexicotravel #mexican #facepaint #dallasdayofthedead #eventbrite #dallasevents #dallasnightlife #catrinamakeup #losangeles #mexicanpride #skeleton #skeletonmakeup

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Maroches Bakery celebrates from noon-9 p.m. Sunday on West Davis with art, music and pan de muerto.

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center has offrendas, or altars, displayed in its windows on Jefferson. Neighbor Ofelia Faz-Garza and Cascabel Group curated the exhibit, which includes a community offrenda. Watch her virtual tour of the exhibit below.

Honored to have worked on this with local creatives.

Posted by Cascabel Group on Friday, October 23, 2020