The Public Art Commission (PAC) is responsible for the City of Golden’s Art in Public Places Program. Public art creates a vibrant atmosphere that contributes to the quality and cultural identity of our community. It is inspired by a variety of goals including encouraging cultural expression and inspiring a sense of civic pride.
Artists bring a unique perspective to the built and natural landscape of our City and create memorable spaces for residents, businesses, and visitors. Enhancing the character of community through public art directly supports cultural tourism and economic development.
The PAC has the responsibility of promoting, selecting, acquiring and maintaining public art in the fulfillment of the City’s Art in Public Places program.
Opportunities for Artists and the Community
Do you have a great idea for public art in Golden? We want to hear from you. The PAC reviews proposals for art from the community and artists every April and October. Schedule a meeting with a Steve Glueck via email at email@example.com to go over to your public art ideas. For more details read the Public Art Proposal Form .
Sign up for our mailing list to receive email alerts from the PAC about other opportunities.
- Want to learn more about our public art collection? The PAC teamed up with Arts Management and Planning Associates to commission a conditions and maintenance report. This helpful report provides pictures and maintenance cost estimates for each piece. You can find the report under the helpful documents portion of our page.
- Mark your calendars for upcoming PAC meetings! The 2017 meeting calendar also shows a listing of topics that might be discussed at the meetings.
Public Art Commission Approves New Buffalo Rock Sculpture
Learn more about this topic by reading the Plan for Collection Review .
- 2017 PAC Calendar
- PAC Bylaws
- Conditions and Maintenance Report
- PAC Handbook 2017
- Golden Public Art Commission Brochure
The Public Art Commission meets the first Thursday of each month at City Council Chambers, 911 10th Street, from 9 to 10:30 a.m. These meeting are open to the public.
To view agendas of upcoming meetings or view minutes or stream audio of meetings, visit our Agenda, Minutes, Web Casts, Schedule page.
To view archived agendas and minutes from meetings prior to June 2015, please visit our Document Center.
For more information call (303) 384-8080.
The Commission is comprised of seven members, five of whom are citizen representatives.
|Commission Member||Term Ends|
|Julie Behrens||April 2017|
|Susan De Camp||April 2019|
|Hassan Najjar – Foothills Art Center||April 2019|
|Emilie Lewis||April 2019|
|Sandra Llanes – Golden Civic Foundation||April 2017|
|Kurt Siegfried||April 2017|
|Kristie Brice||April 2017|