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Day of the Dead

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Christina Kent

on 3 July 2013

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Transcript of Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead
A Traditional Mexican celebration, held over two days in November.
The most famous holiday celebrated in Mexico.
A holiday for remembering and honoring those who have died. It is a festive, joyous time of celebration.
The mexican's decorate skulls brightly to show their respect for those who have died.
What patterns, shapes and images can you see within these skull designs?
These skulls have now become very popular as tattoos...
The Mexican's have even turned these skulls into sweets, known as 'Sugar Skulls'...
Over the next 8 weeks you will:
Learn about the Day of the Dead celebrations
Understand how Mexican culture can inspire your artwork
Produce your own skull designs
Make a large 3D Day of the Dead skull using a range of materials
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