Our Día de los Muertos celebration is our largest event of the year. Our studio transforms into a space where community can come together to celebrate, practice, and be exposed to their culture and their loved ones. This is only possible because community members like you are willing to co-create the space alongside us. So many thanks to the TANA Crew, all the families and altaristas, all of the volunteers, Joaquin Galvan, Alejandro Espinoza, Esmeralda Raya, Ballet Folklorico de Woodland High School, and all the local businesses that donated food for our event. It was a great afternoon of music, food, and good company! Check out the pictures below to see all the altars and don’t forget to follow us on Instagram!