The Athens Cultural Affairs Commission (ACAC) was established to advise the Athens-Clarke County Unified Government on cultural affairs and aesthetic development of the built environment in accordance with provisions of planning, programming, procurement, installation, operation, and maintenance of public art projects and artworks.
The Athens Cultural Affairs Commission is seeking community members to participate in upcoming public art selection panels. Selection panels review, evaluate, and select from submitted proposals for Athens-Clarke County-funded public art commissions. Each panel typically meets once to select art for a specific project. Meetings usually take place on a weekday at 6:00 p.m. and last approximately two hours.
The Athens Cultural Affairs Commission (ACAC) is seeking three qualified candidates to fill 3-year volunteer positions. The mission of the ACAC is to foster the development and enjoyment of performing, visual, cultural, and other arts in the Athens-Clarke County (ACC) community and to make recommendations to the Mayor and Commission in many areas of ACC planning and development. The ACAC meets on the second Monday of each month at 6:00 PM, and additional committee work is conducted between these meetings. Applicants must be Athens-Clarke County residents and have interest in the arts, public administration, community engagement, outreach, grant writing, and/or arts education and arts advocacy.