A new art exhibit has opened at the Mexico pavilion in World Showcase, featuring work from some prominent Mexican and Mexican-American artists.
The new exhibit shares the culture of Día de Muertos with Epcot guests. This two-day celebration, which takes place every year on November 1st and 2nd, usually includes delicious Mexican cuisine, festivals, parades, and live music.
Art work in the gallery includes papel picado, sugar skulls, paper sculptures, and even some pre-hispanic items that showcase some earlier history of this major celebration.
Bridal Couple, the centerpiece of the exhibit, won’t arrive until next week, but when it does guests can look forward to seeing some contemporary sculptures that range from 2.5-10 feet tall.
Here is a collection of photos to show off some of what the exhibit has to offer.
No word yet as to how long this exhibit will remain, but it certainly adds more Fall-related entertainment options for those visiting Epcot.
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