City Invites Applications for Clark County Arts Commission

Pinwheel public art in downtown Vancouver Photo Source: City of Vancouver

Pinwheel public art in downtown Vancouver
Photo Source: City of Vancouver

The City of Vancouver is seeking applicants interested in volunteering to serve as the City’s representative on the Clark County Arts Commission. The City must receive completed applications by 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26.

Applicants for the position must live within the city limits and represent one of the following art disciplines: architecture, dance, digital, heritage or cultural, literary, music, theater or visual arts. The candidate appointed to fill this position will begin serving immediately and the term would expire in 2018.

Applicants may apply online  or they may request a copy of the application by contacting Amanda Delapena at Vancouver City Hall by phone at (360) 487-8605, or by email

The Clark County Arts Commission is an 11-member volunteer body that works to enhance and support the growth of the local economy through collaborations among arts patrons, artists, thebusiness community, service groups, schools and cultural groups. The Arts Commission comprises both artists and members of the business community. Guidelines for Committee membership are set by Clark County. The Commission’s work expands the opportunity and accessibility of citizens to experience art in public places and works to create a more visually pleasing environment throughout the county.

The Arts Commission meets from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of every month at the Clark County Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St., Vancouver.

For more information about the Commission, visit

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