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      OMA | ART AFTER DARK: Day of the Dead in Oceanside

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      November 1, 2013

      Friday   7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

      704 Pier View Way
      Oceanside, California 92054

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      OMA | ART AFTER DARK: Day of the Dead

      Special thank you to our Signature Sponsor: Beach Terrace Inn

      It’s a dead man’s party, who could ask for more!? Join OMA at the next exciting Art After Dark for a lively celebration in honor of Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, on Friday, November 1. This international cultural tradition, beginning in the deep roots of Mexico, celebrates the lives of the deceased with food, drink, dancing and traditions passed down from generation to generation. OMA pays homage to the art and culture of this dynamic celebration during an evening that will come alive with music, costumes, interactive art, performances and more! Admission is $10 for OMA members or $20 for nonmembers. This price includes art and entertainment, complimentary appetizers and 1 drink ticket, with additional drink tickets available for purchase. Visit oma-online.org or call (760) 435-3721 for reservations, or get your tickets at the door the night of the event. OMA invites guests 21+ to attend Art After Dark.

      OMA welcomes celebrity guests Alana Rose and Laney Chantal from SyFy's highly acclaimed reality TV show FaceOff who will transform models before your eyes with a live thematic special effects make-up demo. Get into the spirit and have your own face painted in custom Day of the Dead makeup by artist Veronica Flores before shaking your bones on the dance floor to the sounds of the Cantina Renegades. Enjoy heated dance and fire performances by Amelia of Blue Fire Dance along with a special Day of the Dead-themed fashion show styled by Enigma Fashions and Dr. Watson’s Steampunk Odditorium, and introduced by an artistic video short by Charles Thi.

      Peter Han, Pardon My Dust artist, will be creating a painting on ECOR®, an innovate new sustainable material produced by a local, San Diego company. ECOR is 100% biobased, recycled, recyclable, and non-toxic. Come to the event and see Peter create this piece of art live.



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