Tony Estrada and Gloria Valenzuela, the generous husband and wife duo behind last year’s Día de los Muertos Altar at our conference, have the opportunity to reach even more members of our community this year through their amazing art! Read Tony’s message to learn about their exciting new exhibit.
A note from Tony….
Gloria and I have been invited to create this year’s central Altar/Ofrenda at Tohono Chul Park’s Dia de Los Muertos exhibit, which will open on Friday evening, August 30, 2019 and run through approximately November 3, 2019. This exhibit will feature beautiful Dia de Los Muertos artwork from many local artists as well. You are all invited to come and view the exhibit at any time during the two month run, but if you’re available to attend the opening on August 30th, that would be great! We hope to see you there!
I would like to thank the entire End of Life Conference Committee for making this opportunity happen for us. We did not seek out this opportunity at Tohono Chul. You all invited Gloria and I to be part of the conference last year. And because people saw the Altar at the conference in November, recommendations were made to Tohono Chul Park by individuals that thought Gloria and I would be the right people to create this year’s Altar for the Tohono Chul event. We are humbled, honored and very excited!!!
I thank you all so much for putting your trust in us last year and we love you all.
Antonio C. Estrada
More from the Tohono Chul website about the event.