Seasoned in the processes of public art planning, Barbara Goldstein & Associates can help you build a relationship between art and the community and develop policies that help to support your goals. Our clients include cities, public institutions, developers, architects, landscape architects, not-for-profit organizations and the private sector.
2013, Artists Reclaim the Commons, coauthored by Barbara Goldstein, published by International Sculpture Center and the University of Washington Press
2005, Public Art By The Book, edited by Barbara Goldstein, a primer published by Americans for the Arts and the University of Washington Press.
PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS
Webinar – Creative Placemaking and Public Art for Americans for the Arts.
Board Chair for ZERO1
Board Secretary for MACLA: Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana.
2016 – Honored with the Public Art Network Award by Americans for the Arts for her contributions to the field.
2007 – Honored with the Pride of San Jose Award by San Jose in recognition for the development of the Employees Values Project
2004 – Commended by the City of Seattle in recognition for her Arts Leadership
1993 – Commended by the City of Los Angeles in recognition for her Arts Leadership