Celebrating Día de los Reyes Día de los Reyes or Día de los Reyes Magos (Three Kings’ Day), also known as the Epiphany, is celebrated on January 6th across Latin America, in Spain, and by Hispanic and Latinx communities around..
A modern take on piñata making using recycled materials! Available as both a bilingual lesson plan and activity. Did you know that a piñata artist is called a piñatero? Piñateros have been making piñatas for centuries, passing down the art..
Explore El Salvadoran Myths and Legends! La Calabiuza is an El Salvadoran celebration that takes place every year on November 1st in Tonacatepeque, El Salvador. The celebration is over 100 years old and blends the Catholic holy day of All..
Learn How to Make a Barrilete for El Festival de Barriletes Gigantes! Available as both a bilingual lesson plan and activity. The Guatemalan Festival de Barriletes Gigantes is celebrated each year on November 1st and 2nd in the towns of..
Learn how to make a tapete in honor of Día de los Muertos! Available as both a bilingual lesson plan and activity. Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is celebrated every year on November 1st and 2nd throughout..
Inspired by Fronteras del Futuro: Art in New Mexico and Beyond Futurism and speculative fiction include many artistic styles and interpretations. In NHCC’s exhibit, Fronteras del Futuro: Art in New Mexico and Beyond, some of the artworks include “shapeshifters,” or..
Looking to weave art into your life? Look no further than this Hands on Cultura activity from NHCC! Weaving has been intertwined with humanity for over five thousand years, used to make cloth and other art forms. Today, artists weave..