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October 30, 2020

Pajaro Valley Arts reopens gallery after six-month closure

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.

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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.

Johanna Miller
Johanna Miller
Reporter Johanna Miller grew up in Watsonville, attending local public schools and Cabrillo College before transferring to Pacific University Oregon to study Literature. She covers arts and culture, business and agriculture.


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