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.
The City of Chamblee is accepting applications for a position on the Public Art Commission. Interested individuals should submit an electronic version of the Statement of Interest form, along with a resume to Mercy Montgomery, Assistant City Manager, email@example.com, by Thursday, February 3, 2022, at 5:00 PM. To download the form, click here.
Members: Teneisha Jones, Jim Loser, Karen Lupton, Eric Stevens, Sansida Stovall and Susan Todd-Raque.
Staff: Mercy Montgomery
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 fourth Wednesday of the month at 6:00 PM. Meetings are held at the Arrow Creek Community Room at the Public Safety Building located at 4445 Buford Hwy.