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Inaugural Mosaic Festival in Silicon Valley hits record wins-  eyes year 2

Inaugural Mosaic Festival in Silicon Valley hits record wins- eyes year 2

The first free festival that brought together over 50 partners from culturally-distinct communities within and around San Jose is set for Year 2. Mosaic America, the Silicon Valley nonprofit organizer of the Mosaic Festival, in partnership with the School of Arts and Culture, welcomed approximately 1500 people into East San Jose on October 2nd with a day of performances, art, food, and movement.

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The Place for Celebrating Our Communities

The Place for Celebrating Our Communities

At the center of Silicon Valley is San José, and its heart is the people who live here, who give it life. San José has been described as a “bedroom community” to other neighboring towns that seat companies like Facebook, Apple, Netflix, Google. The sprawling city may house a great number of the workers who fuel those companies, but to those who know, it is a vibrant city that is rooted in community. There is no better place to learn more about San José than the School of Arts & Culture at The Mexican Heritage Plaza, the location of the first Mosaic Festival.

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View of An American Mosaic

View of An American Mosaic

The Mosaic Festival art gallery ‘An American Mosaic’ launched on September 10th and will be open to the public through October 3rd. Swing by the MHP to check it out!

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A Safe Gathering For All

A Safe Gathering For All

We are committed to creating a safe and enjoyable festival experience for our attendees, performers, volunteers and staff. Based on the current conditions in County of Santa Clara, where the event will be held, we’ve crafted the following policies and procedures for the Mosaic Festival.

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Celebrating Good Trouble in the Bay Area Arts

Celebrating Good Trouble in the Bay Area Arts

Making The Mosaic – A column that dips into the disparate, diverse palette of our communities to paint inclusively on the vast canvas of the Bay Area by utilizing Heritage Arts.  Coined by the late Congressman John Lewis, the concept of “Good Trouble” is rooted in the...

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