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TOWN SEEKING COMMUNITY MEMBERS FOR PUBLIC ART ADVISORY BOARD

HALTON HILLS, ON – The Town of Halton Hills is looking for three community members to serve on the Public Art Advisory Board, as volunteer representatives of the local arts community. Board members perform an important role in advancing the public art in Halton Hills by providing input into public art policies and project proposals, determining appropriate locations, and providing advice on the integration of public art into capital projects. The Public Art Program contributes to healthy, vibrant and connected communities. An inaugural public art project, After Nature by Ingrid Mayrhofer was unveiled in 2020 and new projects are underway for 2021. For additional information on the Public Art Program read the Public Art Master Plan and Public Art Policy.


Board members will serve a term of three years commencing in March 2021. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, residents of Halton Hills, and not currently employed by the Town of Halton Hills. Applicants to the Board should be practicing artists with demonstrated training, skill and experience who have strong connections to the local arts and culture sector. Applicants should also have a history of giving public presentations and experience working on a community-based team. Experience with public art projects and jurying are considered assets.


“This opportunity to help guide the Town’s robust public art program is an exciting one for our local artists," said Mayor Rick Bonnette.


Please visit haltonhills.ca/public art for full details and to apply. The deadline to apply is 8:30 a.m. on Monday, February 15, 2021.



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