(February 19, 2010) How does a city become a vibrant arts center? What actions can government and private organizations to support the arts? How do we create a culturally engaged citizenry? Connie Martinez and Barbara Goldstein speak about their strategies to transform San Jose into a vibrant cultural center.
Connie Martinez is the Managing Director and CEO of 1stAct Silicon Valley and Barbara Goldstein is the Public Art Director for the City of San Jose Office of Cultural Affairs.
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