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The Baltimore City Public Art Commission (PAC) serves as a citizen review board who is charged with administering Baltimore City’s Percent-for-Public Art program, as well as reviewing permanent gifts of public art to Baltimore. The Commission is both an advisory and decision making body. The Commission is composed of nine members, appointed by the Mayor to serve for a Mayoral Term of four years and may be reappointed to serve up to two consecutive terms. All members of the Commission must be qualified credentialed professionals and fill, you can read more about the composition of the Commission and it’s functions in the Public Art Guidelines.
The Baltimore Public Art Commission (PAC) April 2016 meeting has been cancelled. The next meeting will take place on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 at 4:30pm. All meetings take place at the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, located at 10 East Baltimore Street, 10th Floor. The Commission is responsible for the administering of the city’s 1% For Public Art Program, as well as the review and approval of all gifts of permanent public art to the city of Baltimore.
All are encouraged to attend. All meetings take place at the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, located at 10 East Baltimore Street, 10th Floor. The commission is responsible for the administering of the city’s 1% For Public Art Program, as well as the review and approval of all gifts of permanent public art to the city of Baltimore.
I. Approval of prior meeting minutes
II. Status Update/ Q&A re: Sale of parcel at 111 S. Hanover Street containing the Merrick Fountain
III. Project Review: Central Avenue Bridge
IV. Project Review: Rash Field
V. Revisions and Updates to the Public Art Guidelines
o Deaccessioning Policy
For special accommodations (interpreter, hearing/vision, parking) contact Ryan Patterson at email@example.com or 443-263-4338 by the Monday prior to the meeting.
For information, or to request an agenda item on an upcoming Public Art Commission Meeting agenda, please contact Public Art Administrator Ryan Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-263-4338
Sandra Abbott, Curator/Educational Institution
Elford Jackson*, Civil Engineer
Frank Murphy, Architect
Scott Rykiel, Landscape Architect
Mary Demory, City Council President’s Appointee
Jeremy Rountree**, Lawyer
Elissa Blount-Moorhead, Artist
*Denotes Commission Chair
Occasionally there may be a vacancy on the Public Art Commission. If you would like to be considered to fill a vacancy or to serve on the Commission in the next Mayoral term, you may apply here.