WATSONVILLE—Pajaro Valley Arts’ gallery at 37 Sudden St. has once again open its doors after six months of being shuttered due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The State of California is now allowing most counties to reopen museums, aquariums and galleries at a limited capacity, after infection rates began dropping the past month.
Pajaro Valley Arts (PVA) will finally be able to open its exhibit “Campesinos: Workers of the Land,” which was installed the week that shelter-in-place first went into effect, to the public.
The show will only be up through Oct. 4, and visitors must make an appointment to attend. Write to [email protected] to schedule an appointment for you and your shelter-in-place family. Masks and social distancing are required.
“Campesinos: Workers of the Land” is also available to view online.