Periodically, the City has openings on Boards and Commissions that serve the community. Public service is voluntary, affording participants the opportunity to help shape their community in areas that interest them. Upper Arlington City Council invites interested residents to donate their time and expertise to the community by serving on a City Board or Commission, with applications currently being accepted for the following entity:
- Cultural Arts Commission – comprised of seven members who meet at 5 pm on the first Wednesday of every month, to advise and support the Cultural Arts Division Staff in its mission to provide and promote a diverse, lively and welcoming arts environment that enriches the lives of all. Each member serves a three-year term, beginning in June.
This is an exciting time for the Cultural Arts Commission, following the City’s recent completion of an Arts and Culture Master Plan to help guide the enhancement of cultural arts programming and activities in the community, working toward the plan’s vision for “a future where art is integrated throughout the community, diverse in medium and content, and accessible to all residents and visitors to Upper Arlington.”
Public service is voluntary, affording participants the opportunity to help shape their community in areas that interest them.
Click here to learn more about the Boards and Commissions of City Council and to complete an application form. The application deadline for the Cultural Arts Commission is March 31.