The Napa Community Quake Mosaic is a public art installation intended to honor and memorialize those affected by the 6.1 earthquake that hit the City of Napa on August 24, 2014. It will be fabricated using primarily household objects broken during the earthquake and donated by community members. Lead artist Kristina Young will design and manage the project to completion. It will stand at the Southern Gateway of Napa's Rail Arts District.
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Funding + Partners
The project will be funded by a variety of sources including: private and in-kind donations, crowdsourcing as well as grant funding. Mentis will serve as fiscal sponsor the project and receive 10% of every donation to support their work in the community. Because of Mentis’ non-profit status and generosity of service, all donations will be tax deductible.