Chantal Toporow (At Large), District 1, 10/01/12 - 2016
Sheryl Nakano (At Large), District 1, 10/01/12 - 2016
Georgette Gantner (Artists Organization), District 2, 10/01/12 - 2016
Paul Moses (At Large), District 2, 10/01/12 - 2016
Tasha Garfield (Art Organization), District 2, 10/01/12 - 2016
Karen Baughman (Interior Design Prof.), District 3, 10/01/12 - 2016
Sandra Liljenwall (Arts Organization), District 5, 10/01/12 - 2016
The Commission shall consist of seven (7) members. The members of the Commission shall be composed of: Two (2) members appointed from among professionals in the disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, engineering, design or other related cultural and arts disciplines, to the extent such professionals are available in the City; two (2) members appointed from a recognized arts or artists organization; and the remaining three (3) members shall be appointed at-large.
The original term of each member shall expire on September 30, 2012, or as soon thereafter as his or her successor is appointed and qualified.
Sec. 2-9.1403 Powers and Duties.
The Commission shall:
(a)Act as adviser to the City Council in all matters pertaining to public art in Redondo Beach. Public art in Redondo Beach shall be defined as artworks that are identified through a gift, City purchase, or artist commission, that are displayed in any publicly owned property or right of way area including parks, City buildings and facilities, streets, medians, sidewalks, plazas and in any other public location determined by the City Council;
(b)Make recommendations to the City Council for public art program guidelines, the artistic criteria for public art, the acquisition of public art, artwork commissioning and deaccession, the creation of public art infrastructure, and the preservation and maintenance of public art in the City;
(c)Make recommendations for a prioritized list of public art projects to be considered as part of the City’s strategic planning and annual capital project and budgeting processes;
(d)Stimulate public interest in such public art programs and projects; and
(e)Perform such other duties as from time to time may be assigned to it by the City Council.
Sec. 2-9.1404 Meetings.
Notwithstanding Section 2-9.101 of this Code, the Public Art Commission shall not be required to hold monthly meetings, and instead shall hold a regular meeting at least once every other month and whatever special meetings may be necessary or convenient to dispose of business without delay.