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Public Arts Commission
About the Commission
The Commission promotes the performing and visual arts along with the humanities in Green Bay through grants and support.
- How appointed: appointed by the Mayor and approved by the Common Council
- Number of members: 5 members, including one alder, with a preference of those involved in visual arts, performing arts and the humanities; plus 3 liaisons
- Length of terms: 36 months
Public art enhances the beauty of Green Bay's public buildings and spaces.
The Green Bay Public Arts Commission (GBPAC) promotes the performing and visual arts along with the humanities in Green Bay through grants and support.
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Meeting Dates, Agendas & Minutes
The Public Arts Commission meets at 8:00 AM on the fourth Wednesday of each month at City Hall in Room 604 - The Harry Maier Room. 100 North Jefferson Street. Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes
|Name||Term Start||Term end|
|Alex Zacarias||June 2017||September 2024|
|Katie Ries||October 2021||September 2024|
|Kent Hutchison||September 2016||September 2025|
|Beth Kowalski - Liaison||September 2017||September 2024|
|Chuck Yang||February 2021||February 2024|
|Rissel Peguero Almonte - Liaison||June 2021||April 2026|
|Timothy Perlewitz - Liaison||April 2022||March 2025|
|Alder Brian Johnson||April 2022||Term in Office|
|May 2022||May 2025|
GBPAC focuses on the creation and preservation of public art within Green Bay, and ensuring equal access for all to enjoy and engage with public art. The GBPAC exists to fund artistic activities and support cultural programs that integrate and advance arts and culture as an essential part of life in Green Bay.
Public art is any art form that is readily available for the public and is unimpeded by barrier or entry. Public art includes work on both public or private property and can be permanent or temporary.
The GBPAC promotes the arts, culture, and creative identity of Green Bay through three main ventures; the Rotating Art Program, the Annual Grant Program, and Letters of Support. Focus is also placed on creating new public art programs, projects and art opportunities. Please see our left-hand navigation for more on these programs and how to apply for them.