The mission of the Committee is to suggest and recommend actions pertaining to the acquisition, loan, placement, maintenance, display, and/or disposal of the Town’s public artworks. The Committee shall consult with and advise Town staff and Town Council in matters affecting public art policies, resources, and acquisitions related to the total Town public arts program.
The definition of public art is:
- Photography, paintings, sculptures, murals, pottery, ceramics, tapestry, fabric, and other media.
- Visually and physically accessible to community.
- Indoor or outdoor.
- Temporary or permanent.
The Public Art Advisory Committee will be comprised of five members, with those with an art background given preference. Examples of art professionals include, but are not limited to: visual arts, art nonprofit workers, design professionals, art educators, architects, art collectors, artists, craftsperson, and other professions in visual arts.