The Public Arts & Culture Commission was formed in 2018 to administer, promote, facilitate and oversee the creation of public art projects that will promote the cultural heritage and artistic development of the city, enhance the city's character and identity, contribute to economic development and tourism, add warmth, dignity, beauty and accessibility to public spaces, and expand the experience and participation of citizens with visual arts.
The Commission is made up of nine regular members and three Ex-Officio members including:
Blake Harris, Commission Liaison
Greg Voltz, Staff Liaison
McKenzie Spriggs, Clerk
All meetings (below) are held at City Hall, City Commission Chambers, beginning at 5:15 p.m. unless otherwise noted.