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Cultural Arts Commission
June 2 @ 5:00 pm
An event every month that begins at 5:00 pm on day First of the month, repeating until November 17, 2021
Visit the Meeting Agendas & Packets section of the City Council-City Clerk webpage to access the agenda for this meeting. When applicable, agendas include Zoom instructions for meetings that are held remotely or in a hybrid format.
The Cultural Arts Commission is comprised of seven members who meet the first Wednesday of every month in Council Committee Room (unless moved to virtual), to advise and support the Cultural Arts Division Staff in its mission to provide and promote a diverse, lively, accessible arts environment that advances the cultural assets and enriches the life of the community. Each member serves a three year term. The President of City Council appoints members to the Cultural Arts Commission and Council Members confirm.
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As a service to the community, the City hosts an online Community Calendar. We invite you to submit details of upcoming special events that are open to and promote government interests of the community at-large, as determined by the City of Upper Arlington.
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The City will not post routine items such as programs, club meetings or classes. The inclusion of a special event does not represent an endorsement from the City. The City reserves complete control of any event postings on the Community Calendar and has final approval authority over them. Community Calendar postings are not intended to, and do not, create a public or designated forum for private speech of any kind. The City reserves its right to refuse a submission