Noche de Recuerdos is an event created by Proyecto Locos, a community arts collaboration Between Ramon Vasquez y Sanchez, Erik Bosse and Deborah Keller-Rihn (and on occasion, Henry De Leon). Proyecto Locos produced Noche de Recuerdos in 2010 and 2011 at the Woodlawn Lake Casting Pool across from the larger Woodlawn Lake. We invited artists and the general public to create illuminated, floating altars to be placed in the casting pond that is surrounded by cypress trees on the near Westside of San Antonio. This was the first Dia de los Muertos event with floating altars in San Antonio. We also invited poets, dancers, musicians and drummers to help create a poetic, magical event to honor our loved ones who have passed on. We were fortunate to work with the American Indians in Texas in 2012. Artists include Anthony Quintanilla, Sharon Colangelo, Mimi Duvall, Lauri Garcia Jones, Princess Cook, Oscar Alvarado, Michelle Love, Jeff Hull, AIT (Americans in Texas), Deborah Keller-Rihn, Erik Bosse, Shirlene Harris, Anita Valencia, Suchil Coffman, Henry De Leon, Dave Stokes, Anna Uviedo and others. Poets included Eduardo Garza. Dancers included Leith Askins. I am writing this description years after the event so please forgive me if I failed to mention your name. Many thanks to all... Photographs in slide show by Ramin Samandari (2011) and Annette Xuchitl Landry (2012).