Public Art Commission

Public Art Commission Vacancies

There are no vacancies at this time.

Overview

The Public Art Commission reviews and forwards recommendations to the City Council for commission and acquisition of public art on City property, deaccession of artwork, acceptance of artwork gifts and loans, and proposals for memorials and murals on City-owned property, in accordance with each respective policy.

Meetings

Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every other month at 5:30 p.m. at the Council Chamber, 38300 Sierra Highway, Suite B.  

Agendas & Minutes

At least 72 hours before a regular meeting, the deputized Clerk shall cause copies of the Agenda to be posted and made available at the Parks and Recreation Office and the Office of the City Clerk.  

Public Attendance at Meetings

In compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order N-29-20, the Council Chamber is open for public comment, including public seating available at limited capacity. Citizens are required to wear masks and practice social distancing. Commissioners may choose to participate via conference call.

The Commissioners are making every effort to follow the spirit and intent of the Brown Act and other applicable laws regulating the conduct of public meetings in order to maximize transparency and public access. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, if you require a disability-related modification or accommodation to participate in this meeting, please call the City Clerk’s Office at (661) 267-5151 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting.

View previously archived Agendas and Minutes

Members

Board MembersTitleTerm Expires
Lisa Sarno
ChairJune 2024
Nathaniel Ancheta      
Vice ChairJune 2024
Brandon Singleton      
Commissioner    
June 2024
Christina Fraga-Saenz
Commissioner
June 2024
Doug Grove    
Commissioner
June 2024
Edwin Vasquez  
Commissioner
June 2024
Warren Scherich
Commissioner
June 2024


Commission Facts

  • The Public Art Commission is made up of seven members who are nominated by the Mayor and approved by the City Council.
  • Public Art Commissioners serve a three-year term.