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ZeroOne San Jose: The Art and Technology Network 1346 The Alameda
Suite 7-109
San Jose, CA 95126

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Phone 408-916-1010
Fax 408-516-8994


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100 Park Center Plaza
Suite 595


Please Note: 100 Park Center Plaza is the big group of buildings on the map between Park and San Fernando. When Googling this location you will come up with the entrance on Park Street This is NOT our entrance. Our Building and entrance is located on the San Fernando side of Park Center Plaza. On the attached map it is indicated by 10 Park Center Plaza.

Parking under our building is NOT advised, as it is expensive upwards of 25 dollars per day. Below is an interactive map of other parking venues very close by that are in the range of 5 dollars per day.

Our Parking recommendation is the Almaden/WoZ lot at 401 Almaden. From the WOZ lot walk back towards city center on Almaden (2 blocks pass the Center for Performing Arts and the Courthouse building) then turn right on San Fernando. Park Center Plaza entrance is 1/2 way down the block.

For the Interactive map SSID=fce060e9cee80d74153a5127ddd2a55blot

City of San Jose
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City of San Jose

Office of Economic Development and Cultural Affairs

San Jose’s Office of Economic Development and Cultural Affairs is responsible for the City’s economic strategy and collaborative initiatives. The strategy focuses on cultivating and positioning San Jose as a creative community that pioneers innovation within and across technology and business, art and society.

Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley
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Cultural Initiative Silicon Valley is a nonprofit organization whose goal is to advance the vitality of Silicon valley through broad cultural participation, quality arts education in our public schools and development of an informed and committed leadership in the community.

Montalvo Arts Center
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Montalvo Arts Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to forging meaningful connections between art, artists and the communities it serves through creation, presentation and education in extraordinary ways and settings. Located in the Saratoga hills, Montalvo Arts Center occupies a Mediterranean-style villa on 175 stunning acres, which Senator James Phelan left to the people of California for the encouragement of art, music, literature and architecture. In January 2005, the organization changed its name from “Montalvo” to “Montalvo Arts Center” to commemorate its 75th year as an arts center and to better communicate its mission to expanding local, national and international audiences. For more information about Montalvo Arts Center, call (408) 961-5800 or visit

San Jose Convention & Visitors Bureau
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The San José Convention and Visitors Bureau (SJCVB) was established as a nonprofit, 501C6 organization in 1984. The mission of the SJCVB is to enhance the image and economic well being of San José by taking the leadership role in marketing San José as a globally recognized destination. The SJCVB offers meeting planners, tour operators, and individual visitors a team of dedicated professionals who can assist with their destination planning process from beginning to end.

San Jose Museum of Art
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San Jose Museum of Art logoSJMA is the leading institution dedicated to visual culture in Silicon Valley. It is a community anchor, ensuring artistic excellence and access for an extraordinarily diverse populace. It is a contemporary art center whose acclaimed exhibitions have ranged across modern masterworks to the newest frontiers of art. It is a cultural crossroads, more than doubling its attendance since instituting a free admission policy. It is the largest visual arts education provider in Santa Clara County. It is a source of inspiration, contemplation, and delight for a fast-moving community. It is a Museum of the future.
San Jose State University
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CADRE Laboratory for New Media

San José State provides a comprehensive university education, granting bachelor's and master's degrees in 134 areas of study. Quality teaching and small classes are a priority at SJSU, where tenured professors teach introductory as well as advanced courses. One of the 200 top research universities in the nation, SJSU offers rigorous course work and research opportunities to more than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students in eight colleges.

The CADRE Laboratory for New Media is an interdisciplinary academic and research program dedicated to the experimental use of information technology and art. A theoretical and critical orientation provides a conceptual context in which artistic activities are defined. Faculty and students have participated in the evolution of media technology for over 15 years.

The Tech Museum of Innovation
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The Tech Museum of Innovation engages people of all ages and backgrounds in exploring and experiencing the technologies affecting their lives, and aims to inspire the innovator in everyone. An expansive variety of interactive exhibits and unique floor programs showcase not just how technology works, but how it affects who we are and how we live, work, play and learn. The Tech's 132,000 square feet are divided among themed galleries focused on innovation, the internet, the human body, and exploration. In addition, The Tech also features the Hackworth IMAX Dome Theater (Northern California's only domed IMAX screen), an educational center for workshops and labs, an up scale cafe, and a retail store featuring books, gifts, and only-in-Silicon Valley items.

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The Art and Technology Network

The Art and Technology Network ZeroOne is a non-profit arts organization located in Silicon Valley that inspires possibility through the synergy of art and technology. Founded in 2000, ZeroOne's primary mission is to organize ZeroOne San Jose: A Global Festival of Art and Technology, along with year round educational and public programing. Tapping into Silicon Valley's technical talent, resources and entrepreneurial spirit, the organization is a catalyst for artistic innovation.

Leonardo / ISAST
ZeroOne San Jose Partner
Leonardo information goes here.
Arts Council England East
ZeroOne San Jose Partner
Information about Arts Council England East goes here.
ZeroOne Staff
ZeroOne Staff
The staff of ZeroOne: The Art and Technology Network are:

Steve Dietz, Director
Michela Pilo, Assistant Multimedia Producer/Office manager
Joel Slayton (honorary)
Eric Trautman, Director of Development

ZeroOne Board
ZeroOne Board

Greg Brown, Interim ZeroOne Board Member; Vice president, Exhibits and Technology, The Tech Museum of Innovation
Tim Brown, CEO and President, IDEO, Palo Alto
Andy Cunningham, Chair, ZeroOne; President and CEO, CXO Communication
Steve Dietz, Director, ZeroOne: The Art and Technology Network
Glenn Edens, Treasurer, ZeroOne; Senior Vice President, Director, Sun Microsystems Laboratories
Dan Fenton, President and CEO, San Jose Convention & Visitors Bureau
Joichi Ito, Vice President of international and mobility for Technorati
Daniel T. Keegan, Oshman Executive Director, San Jose Museum of Art
Gordon Knox, Director, Lucas Artists Programs, Montalvo Arts Center, Saratoga.
John Kreidler, Executive Director, Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley, San Jose
Michael Naimark, Media Artist and Researcher, University of Southern California faculty, Los Angeles
Joel Slayton, Director, CADRE Institute, San Jose State University
Beau Takahara, Founding Director, ZeroOne
Kevin Teixeira, Science-fiction writer and industry executive, currently with Intel Research
Kim Walesh, Secretary, ZeroOne; Assistant Director of Office of Economic Development City of San Jose