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Working Classroom: Day Of The Dead Installation

Friday Nov 2, 2018

109 Gold St SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102




Working Classroom
Phone: 5052429267

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The annual installation A Thirst for Justice, honors lives lost to preventable deaths. Working Classroom students along with teaching artists Carlos Gabaldon and Eric J. Garcia present works.

Join us at Three Sisters Kitchen for Working Classroom's annual Day of the Dead installation "A Thirst for Justice", honoring lives lost to preventable deaths. Working Classroom students along with teaching artists Carlos Gabaldon, and Eric J. Garcia

I-Create teen fellows from Working Classroom, teaching artists Carlos Gabladon, and Eric J Garcia, in collaboration with Three Sisters Kitchen have all come together for a Dia de los Muertos art installation. This installation includes vinyl stickers, traditional papel picado and projection mapped projections will bring to light forgotten struggles of water contamination that still affects all of us every time we take a drink.

Using traditional and nontraditional papel picado, the fellows were challenged to create imagery based on their investigations of water crisis happening all around us. From Flint, Michigan to the Navajo Nation, our precious but overlooked resource of water is under attack.  This will be an opportunity to honor those who have lost their lives, while creating dialogue around where to go from here.

See also: Found Objects

Día de los Artes

A Thirst for Justice opens at Three Sisters Kitchen

Artists created papel picado about water issues in A Thirst for Justice.
Courtesy of Working Classroom
A Thirst for Justice visualizes and honors lives impacted and lost due to water contamination through the traditional craft of papel picado—a Mexican folk art of paper cut with intricate patterns.

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