Works San José and SOAC come together to produce “Tierra y Raices.” Step through La Plaza’s doors to embrace the down-to-earth art installations by San José’s finest artists. The co-produced exhibition launches on March 10 – 31; hours vary.
A special performance by MovingGround collaborators begins at 6:30pm and ends at 7:30pm. This will be an interactive, site-specific experience that encapsulates our senses of sight, sound, movement and touch as we connect with the land and trees, celebrating our shared ancestry of earth and roots (tierra y raíces).
About Works/San José: Founded in 1977 by local artists, Works/San José is an all-volunteer, non-profit, alternative art and performance center dedicated to providing a venue for artists, ideas, and images that expand the scope of cultural and artistic experience.
About the School of Arts and Culture: The School of Arts and Culture at the Mexican Heritage Plaza is a vibrant, cultural institution in East San José. La Plaza’s mission is to catalyze creativity and empower community by uplifting East San José’s rich diversity through authentic placekeeping and relevant multicultural productions.