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Arts and Culture Commission seeks applicants

Post Date:08/31/2017 11:42 AM

For Immediate Release

Contact: Amy Bolton, Public Information Officer       
Office:  623-882-7053 


Arts and Culture Commission seeks applicants

Application deadline: Oct. 20


Goodyear, Ariz. (Aug. 31, 2017) – The city of Goodyear is seeking residents with a background and interest in the arts to fill vacancies on the Arts and Culture Commission. The deadline to apply is Oct. 20.

The Commission advises the City Council and staff on policies related to public art projects and advocates for the arts in Goodyear. Members recommend ways to cultivate artistic excellence that reflects the community identity, create exciting arts events that provide opportunities for local and emerging artists to express their talent, and develop an appreciation for the arts in future generations.

The Commission is comprised of nine Goodyear residents, one alternate, and one Ex-Officio member.  Commissioners are appointed by Council and serve a three-year term with a two term limit.

For more information, call (623) 882-7830, email or visit for an application.


About the Arts in Goodyear
Goodyear hosts a series of special events to engage the public in the arts such as: Lakeside Music Fest; Chalk Art in the Park; Hot Coffee Art Lectures; the Library Lecture Series; and the Mayor’s Select Art Contest. With a commitment to furthering art education, the city partners with school districts to cultivate awareness and appreciation of the arts in classrooms. The Arts and Culture Commission was established in 2006 by the Goodyear City Council to create a distinct sense of place and cultural destination by integrating art into public spaces. Goodyear’s public art program promotes arts and cultural excellence in coordination with the private sector and other governmental agencies to increase awareness of the contributions of arts and culture to our economy and quality of life. The Goodyear Arts & Culture Commission provides leadership in developing a community identity through the arts that embraces, celebrates and unites all of our diverse histories, beliefs, cultures, and aspirations. 

Goodyear Arts & Culture Commission