Each year Tieton Arts & Humanities hosts a celebration and creates a large community altar for everyone to add to. Visitors can bring photos of loved ones, write messages, help decorate, and bring candies or breads. This provides a special opportunity to remember those who are no longer with us.
Community Altar Exhibition October 30 - November 21 Open Fridays from 12 - 3pm and Saturdays & Sundays from 11 - 3pm
The Community Altar and gallery is open for public viewing during gallery hours. The exhibition features a sandpainting by Oaxacan artist Fulgencio Lazo, exhibits on the sacred traditions, contemporary and traditional altars, sugar skull displays, paper marigolds, and papel picado.
608 Wisconsin Ave, PO Box 171, TIETON, WA 98947, US
Tieton Arts & Humanities is a non-profit corporation that creates and implements artistic and cultural programs, in Tieton, providing sustainable opportunities for local and regional engagement and celebration. By engaging talented and creative individuals--from the Yakima Valley, the Northwest, and across the nation-- we facilitate participation, collaboration, and community-based entrepreneurship among people with diverse backgrounds, ages, and education levels. TA&H is a non-profit 501 (c)3 Washington corporation.
TA&H hosts poetry workshops and art shows, inspires student artists and celebrates Day of the Dead; we are dedicated to making a difference in the cultural life of rural Tieton, Washington. You can learn more about our programs and the fun events coming up on our website at www.tietonarts.org.