SAY Si has a three-night event that they call the Muertitos Fest. Say Si's Stephen Guzman says their take on the holiday is geared towards the young people who come there.
“Every night we’re going to have a different set of entertainment. Thursday night is going to be our showcase night and we’re going to have some amazing entertainment. We’re going to have the Maya Guiaro World Music Project, which is a trio of musicians who have pooled their inspirations from cultures all around the world.”
San Antonio Poet Laureate, Laurie Ann Guerrero, will also perform.
Two local educators offer up a chunk of their art collection. More on that in a moment, but first, a term we need to understand: Seriography. Here's SAY Si's Jon Hinojosa.
“The easiest and best way to understand what seriography is is that it’s really a screen printing or a silk screening process.”
Think Andy Warhol and Campbell’s Soup cans. Those are Seriographs. This is is the point where UTSA's Harriet and Ricardo Romo come into the picture with their involvement in something called the Serie Project.