Wistful for when we celebrated Día de los Muertos at the museum together? Our shared dedication to celebration continues online. Celebrate this tradition from home with the National Museum of the American Indian. Enjoy the music of GRAMMY-winning band Quetzal, learn about monarchs from cultural and scientific experts, and hear from sculptor, maskmaker Zarco Guerrero about the role masks play in this celebration and tour his studio in Arizona and make your own butterfly or skull paper mask to wear.

This event is free, open to all ages, and will be streamed live on the museum’s YouTube and Facebook pages. Registration is recommended to receive the online event link in advance.

Federal support for this program is provided by the Latino Initiatives Pool, administered by the Smithsonian Latino Center.

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