Thursday, October 29, 2015

Seattle Art Museum's 20th Annual Day of the Dead Installation

Sculpture by Fulgencio Lazo, sand painting designed by Fulgencio and created by a team of folks
Fulgencio and a team of artists and community volunteers finished the annual installation at SAM yesterday to remember those who have passed away. We hope you can join us for the 20th Annual Day of the Dead Celebration at Seattle Art Museum (1st Avenue and University Street, Seattle, WA, 98101), this Friday, October 30th from 7-9 PM. Live music by Banda Gozona, art activities, dancing by Grupo Cultural Oaxaqueño, refreshments. Free and open to all.

Están invitados a la celebracion de Dia de los Muertos en el Museo de Seattle (1300 1st Avenue, Seattle, 98101) el viernes, 30 de octubre, de 7-9 PM. Habrá música de la Banda Gozona, actividades de arte, bailes del Grupo Cultural Oaxaqueño, y atole con pan. Es gratis. Todos están bienvenidos.
Nos vemos allí. Hope to see you there. 

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Day of the Dead preparations have begun in Seattle

Fulgencio is gearing up for several community celebrations of Day of the Dead in Seattle. He is very excited to lead a team of artists and community members in the design and production of an installation for the 20th annual Day of the Dead At the Seattle Art Museum once again this year. The festivities at SAM will run from October 28th to November 6th, with a free evening reception on Friday, October 30th from 7-9 pm featuring live music from Banda Gozona, dancing, art activities and refreshments. For more information on hours or directions see:
Fulgencio at work on the 2014 installation at SAM. (Photo by Catherine Anstett)

Image of the finished 2014 installation at the Seattle Art Museum. Wooden sculpture designed and created by Fulgencio, sand painting was designed by Fulgencio and made by a team of artists and community volunteers, including students from Seattle's World School. (Photo by Catherine Anstett) 

Preparando nueva obra

La primavera, 100 x 80 cm, acrílico sobre tela 

Mercado en el río, 100 x 80 cm, acrílico sobre tela  
Fulgencio regresó, después de 3 meses en Oaxaca, lleno de energía para preparar sus siguientes proyectos, entre ellos varias exposiciones individuales en 2016. Se ven en sus nuevas telas una alegría.