Panelists will discuss how organizations large and small can embody a collaborative spirit to reach broader audiences, harness change, mitigate risk, and build community, to accomplish more than any single organization could do alone. Panel moderated by Sangam Arts will include Ray Furuta, Chamber Music Silicon Valley Leigh Henderson, Teatro Vision Jessica Paz-Cedillo, School of
$250,000 will support establishment of an annual multicultural festival in San Jose and year-round programming San Jose, Feb 11, 2020: Sangam Arts, a non-profit organization whose mission is to strengthen American communities through multicultural arts, today announced that it has received $250,000 in funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The funding
Precious Scars is a musical testament to the courage of immigrants in the United States past and present. The music draws upon the lives of and pays homage to the US- Japanese internees and their families. Ray Furuta, of part-Japanese origin himself, will be joined by Amr Salim and Vico Diaz to remind us of
Sangam Arts has been awarded $10,00 to create and launch "Hummingbird Circle" - a collaboration with Confederation of Ohlone People. This free, participatory event will debut at San Jose's St. James Park in late Spring 2020. Culture-bearers will share the Ohlone way-of-life through storytelling, regalia-making, and dance. Audience members will learn about historical and living
Akoma Drum and Simorgh Dance Collective Mosaic Silicon Valley brought together drumming by Akoma Arts and dance by Simorgh Dance Collective and Ensemble Folcorico Colibri to inspire an audience to leap up and dance with joy!
Mosaic Silicon Valley and the City of Sunnyvale partnered up for the annual State of the City event, to celebrate all the great things happening in Sunnyvale. This year's theme was "Light, Love, Unity," celebrating Sunnyvale’s vision of diversity and inclusion. Event Schedule 10:15 a.m. Procession to Main Stage Calpuli Tonalequeh (Aztec) & Buu Kim
Threads: Weaving Humanity featured four newly commissioned works of textile by five artists, each of whom is recognized for their role in redefining fiber arts. All of these works were created to provide opportunities for contemplation, consideration and conversation on what our shared humanity means, and what is necessary for humanity to thrive… this includes