22nd Annual Día de los Muertos Procession & Festival
Experience the magic of San Jose’s longest-running and largest Día de los Muertos Celebration. Join us on Sunday, October 20th for this free family-friendly celebration honoring the true spirit of this Mexican holiday with music, dance, theater, art-making and song. The procession starts at City View Plaza at noon, across the street from César Chávez Park in downtown San Jose.
Vendor applications are available here.
13th Annual Art of Remembrance 2019
ALTAR & VISUAL ARTS EXHIBIT | FREE ADMITTANCE
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. LIBRARY
150 E San Fernando St, 2nd and 5th floors, San Jose, CA
An exhibit of traditional and contemporary visual arts and altars by local and Bay Area artists. Kathryn Blackmer Reyes and Nanzi Muro, Curators. Altar and Visual Artists: Mary Andrade,
Sofia Arrendondo, Magdalena Blackmer, Raquel Burciaga, Phyllis Carrasco, Nancy Huarte, Lissa Jones, Claudia Lopez, Nanzi Muno, Rafael Preza, Carlos Rodriguez, Candelaria Villegas, Carlos Villez, Elizabeth Gonzalez, Laurie Valdez, Antonio Castro, Consulat de Mexico San Jose.
21st Annual Día de los Muertos Procession & Festival 2018
San Jose Multicultural Artists Guild would like to thank all the wonderful volunteers and incredible performers and the support of our community for another unforgettable day of celebrating last year’s 21st Annual Día de los Muertos Procession and Festival. After 21 years it is the longest-running Day of the Dead event in San José and the South Bay.
The following slide show features photography by Nanzi Medrano