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PVA is proud to continue to fulfill our mission of bringing the community together through the arts in Watsonville! Outside of the gallery exhibitions, PVA continues to collaborate with and support local arts community and organizations including those listed below.

Be sure to keep an eye out for PVA programming outside of the gallery including our annual Sculpture IS exhibits at Sierra Azul Nursery & Garden, Movable Murals at 250 Main Street, Watsonville and mural by our Teen Artes at Ramsay Park in Watsonville!

  • Sierra Azul Nursery – Sierra Azul Nursery and Gardens is a family-owned and operated business located in the Pajaro Valley, at the edge of Watsonville, adjacent to the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Sierra Azul hosts PVA’s annual Sculpture IS: In the Garden in their demonstration garden free to the public. The sculpture exhibit runs June 1 – October 31 every year.
  • Watsonville Center for the Arts – A collective of artistic and cultural groups sharing classes with the Watsonville community. Watsonville Center for the Arts is a project of Arts Council Santa Cruz County.
  • Watsonville Arts & Culture Calendar – Calendar of arts related activities in Watsonville
  • Mariposa Arts – Mariposa Arts after-school programs bring visual art, music, dance, and theatre to more than 3,000 students in schools that have little or no funding for the arts during the regular school day.
  • Festival de cine de Watsonville – The Watsonville Film Festival highlights Latinx filmmakers and stories that illuminate our shared humanity and inspire positive change.
  • Community Arts & Empowerment (Watsonville Brillante) – Community Arts & Empowerment is formed to make art for, by and with the public, to build community identity, pride and connections through public art projects, and foster creativity and empower communities through the arts.
  • Muzzio Mosaic Arts Center – Community Arts & Empowerment has a free mosaic arts center in Watsonville for the design and fabrication work for Watsonville Brillante.
  • Arte del Corazon – What started as a small group of community members and artists banding together to put on an art market, has developed into a well-rounded and committed non-profit organization, dedicated to providing artists – especially those historically excluded from the arts sector – opportunities for financial advancement, professional development and community engagement.
  • Watsonville Public Library – Programs and events at Watsonville Public Library celebrating art and expression in our community. 

Watsonville Mural Archive
Website by Marisol Medina-Cadena
Podcast Producer, KQED’s Rightnowish

The website watsonvillemurals.wixsite strives to archive murals and give long overdue credit to the artists who have made Watsonville, CA a place of murals. The photos included on this website are not a complete record of every mural in Watsonville (as some have already been removed) and more recent ones have yet to be archived.