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Steve Loretta

The Wunderkabinett Collective was formed recently by Steve Loretta and artist Elizabeth Jackson Hall. Steve Loretta, local sugar skull artist and ofrenda builder, started working with children using Day of the Dead imagery at Brick Works in Toronto in 2010. He developed a passion for making ofrendas and sugar skulls. He currently makes sugar skull kits and last year premiered an ofrenda at Harbourfront Centre in honour of Frida Kahlo.

HarbourKIDS: Skull Painting

Saturday, November 4
1:30pm–2:15pm
Miss Lou's Room
Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West
3:00pm–3:45pm
Miss Lou's Room
Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West
4:30pm–5:15pm
Miss Lou's Room
Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West

Edible skulls made from sugar, known as calaveras, are key elements used in Day of the Dead festivities, as décor and in ofrendas to the beloved departed. Decorate your own calavera, using colourful royal icing and different decorative materials.

Please note: All spots for these workshops have now been reserved.

Day of the Dead is supported by
Aeromexico, Visit Mexico and Pancho’s Bakery

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