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Meeting Time: 3rd Thursday, 2-5 p.m.

Meeting Dates:

Meeting Location: Council Chambers, 613 E. Broadway Ave

 

Commission/Board Member

Expiration Date

No. of Terms presently completing

Teri Deaver April 2013 (F)

1

Arlette DerHovanessian April 2013 (N)

1

Razmik Grigorian April, 2015 (M)

1

Arman Keyvanian April 2013 (Q)

1

Steven Lee April 2015 (W)

2

NOTE: To email a boardmember click on his/her name.


Duties

The Arts & Culture Commission shall plan and provide regular reports to the Council for the arts in Glendale; facilitate interaction among artists; promote art activities and education; recognize achievement in the arts; serve as an advisory group on the arts to the Council and City boards and commissions, and advise the Council on the need for inclusion of, and the role of arts in economic development. In addition, the Commission offers support and assistance to existing organizations involved in the arts and/or culture in Glendale, reinforces the City’s identity and civic pride through arts and culture; recognizes the importance of the arts in the City’s quality of life, and perform other duties as may be imposed upon it by the City Council.

Membership

  • Five members
  • Four year terms
  • Two term limit


Qualifications

At least one member of the Arts and Culture Commission shall be an elected official, an employee, student or a volunteer of the Glendale Unified School District. At least one member of the Arts and Culture Commission shall be an elected official, employee, student or volunteer of a community college, state university, the University of California education system, or a private institution which provides instruction at the college level or higher, or trade or vocational school. Members of the Commission shall be individuals with substantial professional expertise as an artist, designer, or arts administrator in the fields of the performing, visual, folk or literary arts, or architecture, or business community leaders with an acknowledged record of stewardship of the arts. With the exception of students of a school, each member shall be a qualified elector of the city at the time of appointment and during incumbency.

Additional Information

The Library, Arts & Culture Department provide administrative services for the Commission and the Director of Library, Arts & Culture can provide further information concerning Arts & Culture Commission issues.

Address: 222 East Harvard Street, Glendale, CA 91205
Phone: 818.937.7817 · Websitehttp://www.ci.glendale.ca.us/arts_and_culture_commission.aspx
Meeting Time: 3rd Thursday, 2-5 p.m. Meeting Dates: Meeting Location: Council Chambers, 613 E. Broadway Ave Duties Membership Qualifications Additional Information Correspondence   Commission/Board Member Expiration Date No. of Terms presently completing Teri Deaver April 2013 (F) 1 Arlette DerHovanessian April 2013 (N) 1 Razmik Grigorian April, 2015 (M) 1 Arman Keyvanian April 2013 (Q) 1 Steven Lee April 2015 (W) 2 NOTE: To email a boardmember click on his/her name. Duties The Arts & Culture Commission shall plan and provide regular reports to the Council for the arts in Glendale; facilitate interaction among artists; promote art activities and education; recognize achievement in the arts; serve as an advisory group on the arts to the Council and City boards and commissions, and advise the Council on the need for inclusion of, and the role of arts in economic development. In addition, the Commission offers support and assistance to existing organizations involved in the arts and/or culture in Glendale, reinforces the City’s identity and civic pride through arts and culture; recognizes the importance of the arts in the City’s quality of life, and perform other duties as may be imposed upon it by the City Council. Membership Five members Four year terms Two term limit Qualifications At least one member of the Arts and Culture Commission shall be an elected official, an employee, student or a volunteer of the Glendale Unified School District. At least one member of the Arts and Culture Commission shall be an elected official, employee, student or volunteer of a community college, state university, the University of California education system, or a private institution which provides instruction at the college level or higher, or trade or vocational school. Members of the Commission shall be individuals with substantial professional expertise as an artist, designer, or arts administrator in the fields of the performing, visual, folk or literary arts, or architecture, or business community leaders with an acknowledged record of stewardship of the arts. With the exception of students of a school, each member shall be a qualified elector of the city at the time of appointment and during incumbency. Additional Information The Library, Arts & Culture Department provide administrative services for the Commission and the Director of Library, Arts & Culture can provide further information concerning Arts & Culture Commission issues.
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Address: 222 E. Harvard St., Glendale, CA 91205
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