Travel through Silicon Valley’s new airport and discover public artworks that reflect the spirit of this region’s role as a global center of technology and innovation. These installations were conceived as part of a unified program of Art+Technology that showcases the diversity, creativity, and energy that define San Jose and Silicon Valley.
Art+Technology is broadly defined as:
Art that uses technology
Art that is inspired by technology
Art that is developed with technology
Art that comments on technology
Some of the artworks at the Airport will be permanently on display. Others will be shown for several years then replaced with new works that respond to the theme of Art+Technology.
Please note: Artworks located in the Terminal B Concourse are behind the TSA security checkpoint and are available only to ticketed passengers. Artworks in the pre-security area of Terminal B are available to the general public.
The Airport’s Art+Technology program is the product of a four-year master planning effort involving community members and policy makers to model a public art program that is unique to this region. The result is the Mineta San José International Airport Public Art Master Plan.
Please contact the Public Art Program in the City of San Jose Office of Cultural Affairs, 200 E. Santa Clara Street, 4th Floor, San Jose CA, 95113. Phone: (408) 793-4344. Fax: (408) 971-2597, or go to the San Jose Public Art website for information on the Airport Art Program.
Mineta San Jose International Airport | 1701 Airport Blvd. | San Jose, CA 95110 | 408.392.3600 | 530 AM
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