The Arvada Arts and Culture Commission (AACC) supports, cultivates, and advocates for a variety of arts, culture, and heritage opportunities throughout our community. Other goals include: Outreach and support of local artists; liaison and partner with the Arvada Historical Society, the Arvada Festivals Commission, the Parks Advisory Committee, and other organizations; and the creation of a Cultural District. The Commission presented their Cultural Master Plan to City Council, which was adopted on June 4, 2018.
For more information on arts and culture opportunities in Arvada, visit the Arts & Culture web page.
The AACC generally meets the first Wednesday of every month at 6:00-8:00pm in the Anne Campbell room at City Hall. The monthly meetings are open to the public. If you would like to speak at a meeting, please contact Charise Canales in advance of the meeting date in order to be placed on the agenda.
Please Note: Due to COVID-19, the City is suspending in-person Boards and Commissions meetings until further notice. All City facilities are closed through April 10. The City will continually evaluate the situation and may extend the suspension as circumstances change. For updates, visit arvada.org/coronavirus-covid-19.
The Commission consists of 9 voting members appointed by City Council.
This is a volunteer appointment. Term of office varies. Only one member of the Commission may live outside of the city limits of Arvada. NOTE: A background check will be required before serving on this Board.
All meeting agendas and minutes are available upon request by emailing CCanales@arvada.org.
There are currently no vacancies on the Arts and Culture Commission.
For more information about the Arts and Culture Commission, please contact Charise Canales at CCanales@arvada.org.