Join us for a multi-day celebration of Día de los Muertos! On Saturday, October 16th we will gather at Greenlawn Cemetery with Latino Arts for Humanity for traditional altar displays, exhibitions, Aztec dance, OSU poetry workshops, and art and food vendors for all ages! The celebration will continue on Tuesday, November 2nd in the atrium of Hagerty Hall on Ohio State's campus with hot chocolate, sugar skulls, the Arbol de Deseos (Tree of Life), an interactive ofrenda, pan de muerto, and an honoring of our ancestors.
This is a family-friendly event that is open to the public!
No wheels? No worries! You can take the bus to Greenlawn Cemetery at the Ohio Union. Shuttles run every hour starting at 12:30 PM.
For more information, contact Dr. Paloma Martinez-Cruz.
A special thanks to this year's sponsors: OSU Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Center for Latin American Studies, Latina/o Studies, Sigma Delta Pi, and Building an Anti-Racist Ohio.