A tapete, or sand painting, created by Fulgencio Lazo at Tacoma Art Museum for its Dia de los Muertos community festival several years ago. It’s returning this year.
A tapete, or sand painting, created by Fulgencio Lazo at Tacoma Art Museum for its Dia de los Muertos community festival several years ago. It’s returning this year. Courtesy
A tapete, or sand painting, created by Fulgencio Lazo at Tacoma Art Museum for its Dia de los Muertos community festival several years ago. It’s returning this year. Courtesy

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October 27, 2016 05:18 AM