Jaqueline Rivas, a Danzantes del Sol dancer, poses in traditional Mihtotiquetl clothing on Thursday, Nov. 2 in the CCE of the Rancho Cucamonga Campus. The dance group Danzantes Del Sol helped Chaffey College celebrate Dia De Los Muertos. Photo by Dominga Harris.
Eduardo Tzotzo, a member of the Danzantes del Sol, performs during the Day of the Dead celebration held at Chaffey College on November 2, 2017. Photograph by Joshua Gutierrez.
The Danzantes del Sol performing at the Rancho Cucamonga Campus of Chaffey College on Nov. 2, 2017. Dancers in colorful costumes performed multiple routines in celebration of Dia de los Muertos. Photograph by Ayannah Dimas.
Debroh Dailey, a student of Chaffey College's Child Development Program, decorates her own sugar candy skull as part of the Day of the Dead festivities on Nov. 2, 2017. Photograph by Joshua Gutierrez.
The shrine is a form of ancestor worship erected to pay homage to the dead. Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) occurs every year, on November 2. Photograph by Christopher Salazar.
Stephanie Salas painted in the style of La Catrina, and student at The Academy of the Arts in El Sereno, attends the Chaffey College Day of the Dead event. Every year the Wignall Museum at Chaffey College has promoted The Day of the Dead event to highlight this Mexican celebration in honor of loved ones.
Artist Stephanie Serrano paints a calavera (skull) on dental assistant major, Eduardo Becerril's face during the Día De Los Muertos event on Chaffey's Rancho Cucamonga campus. The calavera face painting is a traditional aspect of the Día De Los Muertos event in Mexico.
Dental assistant major, Eduardo Becerril's shows off his face paint during the Día De Los Muertos event on Chaffey's Rancho Cucamonga campus. The calavera face painting is a traditional aspect of the Día De Los Muertos event in Mexico.
Danzantes del sol dancers pose in traditional Mihtotiqueltl clothing
Danzantes del sol dancer invites along children to dance for Chaffey College’s Dia de Los muertos celebration