Whirligig is all tooled up over a new interview with metal arts artist Valerie Raps and her recent public art project for San José’sÂ Â Alum Rock History Corridor Project.
Cultivating Community is a life-size, stylized spring tooth harrow created from fabricated steel and cast bronze. The tines of the harrow are made from casting the arms of ten San José community members.
The sculpture is located at Tropicana Shopping Center at King and Story Roads in East San José.
The dedication ceremony is Saturday, October 29, 10:15 – 11:30 am.
Read Valerie’s interview here: whirligig.hungerbutton.org