Place

“[EPACENTER ARTS will be] a central place where people can gather; where creativity and culture are visible, valued, and elevated; a place that benefits the community, civic responsibility, and social connection; a place where youth are visible through artistic pathways.”

 EPA Resident

From the home of the Ohlone people, to Japanese American flower growers, to AfricanAmerican leaders who incorporated the City, to the more recent and growing Latino and Polynesian cultures, EPACENTER ARTS celebrates both the place where we are rooted and those who created it.