LINK TO ARTS AND CULTURAL COMMISSION MEETING AGENDAS AND MINUTES
Arts & Cultural Master Plan - November 2006
Public Art Voluntary Guidelines
Call for Artists:
The City of Folsom is accepting submissions for The Gallery at 48 Natoma. This exciting fine arts exhibition program provides community access to a wide variety of art by regional and national artists, area museum collections as well as traveling national exhibitions. The gallery keeps ongoing artist’s files for future exhibition consideration. Print out the exhibition guidelines and submittal information brochures, or contact gallery coordinator Cindy Abraham at (916) 351-3506 or e-mail email@example.com to request the information.
Submittal Information Brochure
Natoma Station Public Art Restoration Project
Click here to view the art pieces and each of their locations on display within the Natoma Station community.
Commission Members: Marc Allaman, Linda Holderness, Barbara Leary, Stephanie Nelson, Brenda Scheuble, Tony Truppa, Brian Wallace
The Folsom Arts and Cultural Committee (FACC) began in 1996 by a group of concerned citizens who felt that the expansion of arts and cultural activities would benefit the residents of Folsom. FACC is an advisory body comprised of seven members appointed by the Mayor and City Council. FACC meets at 6:30 p.m. every other month on the second Thursday of each ODD numbered month in the City Council Chambers at the Folsom City Hall. The public is welcome to attend FACC meetings.
FACC projects include: the Arts and Cultural Survey, Arts and Cultural Excursions, Cultural Arts Grant Administration, Logo Contest, Sesquicentennial Mural Project, Sesquicentennial Gold Rush Camp Town Special Event, Arts And Cultural Master Plan, Art in the Mayor’s office, utility bill donations, and October is Arts and Humanities Month.
The Folsom Parks and Recreation Department provides staff assistance to FACC and you may reach FACC at (916) 355-7366.