The mission of the Chapel Hill Public Arts Commission (CHPAC) is to enhance and enliven the community through public art.
The CHPAC advises the Chapel Hill Town Council on art-related matters, works with Town staff to administer the Percent for Art program, increases public access to the arts through programming initiatives, and promotes public understanding and awareness of the arts. See also the Public Arts Office.
Regular meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm,at the Chapel Hill Public Library located at 100 Library Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. Review agendas and minutes online.
|Name||Seat Category||Term Expires: June 30|
|Robert Hudson Vincent||Town Resident||2015|
|Daniel Cefalo, Vice-Chair||Town Resident||2015|
|Lisa Goldstein, Chair||Town Resident||2015|
|Andrea Jones||Carrboro Resident||2016|
|Peter Bosman||Town Resdient||2016|
|Emily Kass||Town Resident||2016|
|Clara Jackson||Town Resident||2016|
|Amanda Brown||Town Resident||2017|
|Kelly Chtcheprov||Town Resident||2017|
|Diana Caplow||Town Resident||2017|
|Kat Wilson||Town Resident||2017|
|Town Hall, Public Arts Office
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405 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
The Pubic Arts Commission consists of eleven (11) members appointed by Town Council. Ten (10) members shall be residents of the Town, and one (1) member shall be a Carrboro resident. Members serve staggered, three-year terms and shall not be eligible for more than two consecutive three-year terms.
There are currently no vacancies on this commisssion.
If you are interested in applying for a Town vacancy, you may do so by printing an application form and returning it by email to email@example.com or by fax at 919-967-8406. You may also contact the Town Clerk at 919-968-2757 for an application form.
The deadline for submitting an application form is noon on Monday prior to a Council Business meeting when appointments are scheduled. Applications received after the deadline will be held until the next opportunity for the Council to consider the appointment.Enabling Legislation
Established by Resolution (98-11-9/R-6), as amended by Resolution (2004-06-30/R-21.1), Ordinance (2008-01-14/O-3) and Ordinance (2011-10-26/O-4) .
Consult the Code of Ordinances, Chapter 2, Article XIII (2-175 and following).