Cultural Arts Commission
- Called as needed
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The Flower Mound Cultural Arts Commission is a six-member entity with two alternates appointed by the Town Council and designated as places number one through eight. Members serve for a term of two years. Places one, three, five and seven are appointed to two-year terms ending on September 30 of odd-numbered years. Places two, four, six and eight are appointed to two-year terms ending on September 30 of even-numbered years.
Place 1: Ron Miller, Chair
Place 2: Elizabeth Brannon, Vice-Chair
Place 3: Beth Dilley
Place 4: Tammie Turner
Place 5: Vacant
Place 6: Matt Brown
Place 7: Douglas Cramer
Place 8: Thomas Williams
Commission members typically meet on a as-needed basis and are charged with advising the Town Council and Town staff on policies, services and programs related to cultural arts programs, art in public places, and library services.
The Flower Mound Cultural Arts Commission is a six member commission with two alternates, appointed by the Town Council, that makes recommendations to the Town Council and Town staff in policy matters regarding arts and library goals, objectives and programs. Our mission is to promote a community brought together and enriched though the cultural arts and a vibrant library program. The primary objectives of the Commission are to:
- promote cultural activities emphasizing music, art, literature, drama and dance by and for the citizens of Flower Mound to enhance the overall quality of life of the community.
- promote culturally rewarding artistic experiences that members of the community find enjoyable.
- advise the Town Council and staff regarding policies, services, and programs including: cultural arts, art in public places, library services, and recorded history of Flower Mound.
- assist the staff and Town Council in the planning process for arts and library facilities and programs.
For additional information or resources, email Sue Ridnour or call 972.874.6151.