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Public Arts Commission Regular Meeting

Minutes
Friday, September 20, 2019

PUBLIC ARTS COMMISSION
REGULAR MEETING
September 20, 2019
MINUTES - Draft

  1. CALL TO ORDER:  
Chair Sandra Friend called the meeting to order at 8:31 a.m. in the Siskiyou Room, 51 Winburn Way.
 
Commissioners Present:   Staff Present:
Sandra Friend
Richard Newman
Jeff Phillips
Allison Renwick
Stanley Smith
Andy Stallman
 
  Aaron Anderson, Assistant Planner
 
APRC Liaison:
Joel Heller
 
Council Liaison:
Stephen Jensen, absent
Absent Members:    
Thomas Fuhrmark    
 
Items added to the agenda under OTHER BUSINESS:
  • Potential Mural Location   
  • Update on the Damage to the Velocity Art Piece  
  • Update on “What is Public Art”
 
II.             APPROVAL OF MINUTES
  • Public Arts Commission regular meeting of August 16, 2018
Chair Friend made the following correction:
  • Page 1 II.  APPROVAL OF MINUTES last bullet name correction to read Mark Gardiner to Mike Gardiner.
Chair Friend requested that future minutes for the Council Liaison Report reflect only topics that pertained to the Public Arts Commission.

Commissioner Stallman/Newman m/s to approve the minutes of the regular meeting August 16, 2019 as amended.  Voice Vote: all AYES.  Motion passed. 

III.            PUBLIC FORUM - None 

IV.           LIAISON REPORTS                          
  • Council Liaison - Councilor Jensen - None
  • Staff Liaison - Staff Liaison Anderson
The Commission reviewed a report depicting current balances of public arts funds.
  • Parks Liaison - Parks Liaison Heller
Parks Commissioner Heller provided an update on the lantern project.

V. NEW PROJECTS PROPOSAL
  • Hub Sculpture Discussion
The Commission reviewed online websites of sculptures, the RFP document, application materials and discussed the selection process.

Commissioner Renwick/Stallman m/s to use RFQ Template 2 for the HUB sculpture selection process
Voice Vote: all AYES.  Motion passed. 

Commissioner Smith would have a first draft of the RFQ for the Commission meeting in October.  Commissioner Phillips would compile a list of organizations for RFQ distribution.  Mr. Anderson would find out if beatification project funds were available for the HUB sculpture. 

VI.           PROJECT UPDATES
  • MAP fabrication proposal and contract
Commissioner Stallman provided an update on the process.  The response from Masterbrand did not include shipping costs. The contract would. 

VII.          PAC WORKPLAN

VIII.         OTHER BUSINESS
  • Schedule a date in Nov. for a strategic plan update
    • November 15, 2019, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
  • Update on “What is Public Art”
  • Commissioner Fuhrmark, Renwick and Friend would give a presentation in October. 
  • Update on the Damage to the Velocity Art Piece 
  • Chair Friend provided an update on a potential meeting with City officials, the parents and the juvenile who damaged the sculpture.
  • The new ball may be restored by mid-October. 
  • Potential Mural Location – Moved to the next Commission meeting in October.
IX.           ADJOURNMENT
The meeting adjourned at 10:24 a.m.

Calendar
PAC Annual Report at City Council – October 1, 2019
Next meeting – October 18, 2019
Strategic planning – November 15, 2019
 

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