Mosaic America,  School of Arts and Culture and Works / San José  are proud to present the 2nd annual “An American Mosaic” a free, visual art exhibit showcasing a diversity of cultural perspectives by local Bay Area artists to create a mosaic of America that is as rich and varied as the people of the San Jose and Silicon Valley communities.

Visit the exhibit from August 1-30, 2022, Fridays through Sundays from 11am to 6pm at the  School of Arts and Culture at the Mexican Heritage Plaza. 

About this event
Experience tens of cultures from our very own neighborhoods on Sat. Aug 27: Food, arts, crafts, healing practices, vendors!

Celebrate our mosaic of American cultures at the second annual Mosaic Festival in Silicon Valley. This "destination" event is actually a journey that welcomes each of us to honor our unique history while also co-creating a vision of our shared future of belonging, healing, and harmony.

On Fri-Aug 26th, at the Mexican Heritage Plaza, San Jose, we welcome you all to a Global Dance Party(outdoors), yoga and meditation(outdoors), and inter-cultural music spanning several genres and instruments(in the theater with Covid-guideline friendly seating) + food trucks and vendors!

On Sat-Aug 27th, you are welcome to immerse yourself first at 2-5PM with workshops (mindfulness, arts and crafts) and inter-cultural performances. And then, from 5-10PM, experience the healing practices and (participative) performances by the tens of cultures in our very own neighborhoods + food trucks and vendors!

We encourage you to come as you are. This free event is for ALL, no prerequisites: We are committed to intentionally creating a space of empathy and compassion where everyone is welcome. And safety first, all current COVID guidelines will be followed.

We acknowledge that this event will be held on Thámien Ohlone Tribal ethnohistoric territory, which based upon the 18 unratified federal treaties of 1851-1852, includes the unceded ancestral lands of the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe of the San Francisco Bay Area.

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