A Beautiful Library Display for Dia De Los Muertos

The Dia De Los Muertos skulls are pictured in rows along a wall. They are all different colors.

Miranda Klein

The Dia De Los Muertos skulls are pictured in rows along a wall. They are all different colors.

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The Sculpture Class Created Artwork for the Holiday

Dia De Los Muertos is a holiday celebrated on November 1st and 2nd. At Oak Hills High School, the holiday is celebrated in many different classrooms and places around the school. The sculpture class, taught by Victoria Morse, created a beautiful display in the OHHS library. The students sculpted skulls out of clay and then painted the skulls however they wanted. The students were allowed to express themselves in this artwork, and this project was very important and meaningful to the students who participated in it. This not only gave students a chance to perfect their sculpture skills, but it gave them a chance to learn more about the meaning behind Dia De Los Muertos. This project is also very meaningful to their teacher, Morse, and she tries to create a new display with her classes every year.  Their artwork is displayed along a wall of the library. 

Miranda Klein
Assorted skulls are pictured. They are all different shapes and sizes.

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