Public Art Commission
Chamblee Public Art Commission
As a part of the Chamblee Arts Master Plan, the City established a Public Art Commission to assist in managing public art and fostering creativity.
Members: Carla Fonseca, Teneisha Jones, Jim Loser, Karen Lupton, Eric Stevens, Sansida Stovall and (vacant).
Staff: Laura Linman
The commission is responsible for:
- Acting principally in an advisory capacity to Chamblee staff and the City Council in any matter pertaining to art.
- Presenting an annual report of Public Art Commission activities.
- Advising and making recommendations to City Council pertaining to the execution of the Arts Master Plan.
- Advising and making recommendations to the City Council pertaining to, among other things, policies and procedures as identified in the Arts Master Plan; artist selection juries and process; commission and placement of artworks; and maintenance and removal of artwork.
The commission meets monthly, typically on the third Wednesday of the month at noon. Meetings are currently held virtually.
The City of Chamblee is currently accepting Statements of Interest from qualified individuals for an open position on the Public Arts Commission.
The Public Art Commission assists in managing public art and fostering creativity. It is responsible for advising and making recommendations to city council pertaining to the execution of the Arts Master Plan including, but not limited to establishing public art policies and procedures, managing the commission and placement of public artworks, artist selection juries and process, and maintenance and removal of artwork. The commission primarily acts in an advisory capacity to Chamblee staff and the City Council in any matter pertaining to art in the city. A background in art is preferred, but not required.
Interested individuals should fill out and submit the statement of interest by February 1, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.