- 1 Lessons
- 00:40:00 Hours
Did you love the movie, Coco? Now is your chance to learn about the Mexican traditions around the famous Day of the Dead.
Travel to the heart of Mexico to live this enigmatic tradition that unites life and death in an incredible way with an impressive range of festivals, parades, offerings, dances, music, crafts, and more.
Let yourself be led by a professional guide, and proudly Mexican through the celebration of Day of the Dead full of color and art with thousands of years of history.
As part of this class, we'll show you all the elements of a Day of the Dead altar, its history and meaning, how to make the famous and colorful Mexican "papel picado" and a class on how to create your own sugar skull.
Live and interactive.
What will you learn
Learn About The Mexican Culture of Day of the Dead
- Computer or Tablet With Internet Connection
- Papel Picado Materials: -Sheets of paper of different colors -Scissors
- Sugar skull ingredients: -2 limes -2 cups of Icing sugar/powdered sugar -Edible gel food coloring or royal icing (preferable black, red, orange, yellow, green, pink, blue or purple), -Small brush -Fork -Spoon -2 Bowls or plates