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Let's Create: Mexican Tin Art Inspired Sugar Skulls

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For adults

 

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Sarah Hirtzel
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Learn about Mexican Tin Art, known as hojalata. Then make your own interpretation of this art form by creating tin art sugar skulls. Sugar skull art is a recognizable symbol used in the celebration of Dia de los Muertos – (the Day of the Dead).

 

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