The Normandy Park Arts Commission consists of seven members who are appointed for 3-year terms. The Art Commission meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm.
The Commission represents the City’s interest in art matters and serves as a spokespersons group for art matters in the City. The Commission is responsible for keeping the Mayor and City Council informed on art-related matters.
The Commission acts as a central body to whom art organizations, artists, and anyone interested in cultural advancement of the community may come for information or assistance. The Commission is responsible for encouraging and aiding programs for cultural enrichment of Normandy Park citizens, and coordinating and strengthening existing organizations in the field of art.
The Commission seeks to develop cooperative efforts with art schools, and regional and national art organizations and will explore and obtain private, local, state, and federal funds to promote art projects within the community.
The Commission also reviews and makes recommendations on works of art acquired by the City, and renders other service in the field of art, aesthetics, or beautification of the City when requested.
Arts Commission Members
Vice-Chair, Position No. 1
Dona Bostrom Lewinger
Commissioner, Position No. 2
Commissioner, Position No. 3
Commissioner, Position No. 4
Commissioner, Position No. 5
Chair, Position No. 6
Commissioner, Position No. 7
Call to Artists- Nist Family Park Sculpture
The City of Normandy Park Arts Commission is pleased to announce a Call for Artists for a sculpture for Nist Family Park. This request for proposals is seeking artists who will design and create a sculpture for Nist Park, located at 242 SW Normandy Road, Normandy Park, WA. 98166. Proposed designs should tell a story and reflect the history, culture and environment of Nist Family Park and Normandy Park. Deadline to apply is June 11, 2021.
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