MULTICULTURALISM Is the Name of the Game

Bonetti, David
January 1994
Provincetown Arts;1994, Vol. 10, p110
Deals with the creation of the Center for the Arts at Yerba Buena Gardens in San Francisco, California. Role of the Center in exploring and promoting multicultural art expressions; Description of the Center for the Arts buildings; Complaints of artists on the schedule of the arts center.


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