Professional artists from Guanajuato, Mexico coordinate with the Oak Hill Art specialist to provide workshops in the Oak Hill art studios each year. A variety of primitive cultural arts are taught to K-12 Art students through demonstrations, historical presentations, and personalized instruction. New vocabulary and terminology is integrated into this process, and students speak Spanish during each lesson. Each student creates individualized art while appropriating pre-Columbian symbolism and technical skills. The artwork is traditionally displayed for the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art on the University of Oregon campus every year. Types of artwork created through the years have included: wheel thrown and hand built pottery, sugar art “Alfenique” with plaster mold preparation, paper mache animals and calaveras art, drawings, collage, paintings, Pinata construction, drawings, collages, printmaking, and paintings.