En honor del equinoccio de otoño, este taller de tinte bellotas y agallas de roble se centrará en los hermosos marrones (colores cafe) y morados oscuros que nos ofrece la tierra aquí en Tovaangar. Los participantes crearán su propia pieza central de altar para usar durante el Día de los Muertos.
Honoring the fall equinox this Acorns & Oak Galls dye workshop will focus on the beautiful browns and dark purples offered to us by the land here in Tovaangar. Participants will create their own altar center-piece for use during Dia de los Muertos.
This workshop is presented by Meztli Projects, an Indigenous based arts & culture collaborative centering Indigeneity into the creative practice of Los Angeles by using arts-based strategies to support, advocate for, and organize to highlight Native and Indigenous Artists and systems-impacted youth. Meztli Projects operates out of Apachianga (East Los Angeles) in Tovaangar (Los Angeles County), lands stewarded since time immemorial by families and villages now known as the Acjachemen, Chumash, Tataviam and Tongva Tribal Nations.