Public Art Commission

Public Art Commission Responsibilities

1. Act principally in an advisory capacity to Montpelier staff and the City Council in any matter pertaining to art.

2. Present an annual report of Public Art Commission Activities.

3. Advise and make recommendations to City Council pertaining to the execution of the public art master plan.  Click here to view the master plan.

4. Advise and make recommendations to the City Council pertaining to, among other things, policies and procedures as identified in the public art master plan; artist selection juries and process; commission and placement of artworks; and  maintenance and removal of artworks.

Commissioners

  • Alisa Dworsky, Chair
  • Robert Hannum
  • Rob Hitzig
  • Ward Joyce
  • VACANT
  • Lisa Maxwell, Montpelier Development Corporation Representative
  • Kevin Casey, Community Development Specialist, Staff Representative

The Public Art Commission shall have seven members as follows: one commissioner in representation of Montpelier Alive; one commissioner in representation of Vermont College of Fine Arts; one commissioner in representation of Montpelier Development Corporation; and four commissioners shall be at-large members. Terms on the Commission are for two years, and members may serve no more than three consecutive terms (6 years). Members of the Commission must be eligible to vote in the City of Montpelier.