The city is looking for qualified volunteers to serve on its newly established Public Arts Advisory Board. The board will make recommendations to the City Commission regarding the creation and implementation of policies to promote public art in the city. Interested board members should live, work or own property or a business in Daytona Beach and at least four members must be a professional artist, architect, landscape architect, urban planner, engineer or have advanced training/education in the arts. The city is also looking for residents to serve on other advisory boards. For a complete list and application forms, visit this webpage.
Details about the city's new Public Arts program and requirements of the board.