Public Art Commission
Expanding opportunities for Twin Falls residents to experience various genres of art in public places will create a more visually pleasing and culturally rich environment while expanding the public’s knowledge of arts and culture. The Commission will represent the City’s interests in matters pertaining to public art, and will advise and make recommendations to the City Council concerning public art and public art activities, and will be responsible for carrying out the public art policy.
About the Commission
The Twin Falls City Council voted to establish a Public Art Commission on Sept. 23, 2019. The mission of a public art program is to support a thriving arts community through the activation of public spaces.
How To Apply
Residents of the City of Twin Falls who are 18 years of age or older, and who have an interest or background in art, are encouraged to apply here.
Applicants who have questions about the Public Arts Committee or how to apply, should contact Wendy Davis, Parks & Recreation Director, via email or 208- 736-2265.
The mission of the Public Arts Commission is to enrich the lives of all Twin Falls residents and visitors through cultivating public art programs, enlivening public spaces, and embracing the cultural identity of the region.
The Twin Falls Public Arts Commission believes the arts create inspiring personal experiences, illuminate the human condition, and offer meaningful ways to engage with each other and the world around us. We envision a community that encourages adventurous artists, engaged audiences, and creative initiatives that are supported through community partnerships, programs, and policies.
View or download the 2023 Public Arts Commission Schedule (PDF)