Public art gives the City of Carmel character and an identity that makes it appealing to residents and helps attract visitors. Public art also plays an integral role in establishing the aesthetic of a community.
In order for residents to have input on where public art purchased by the City should be located, Ordinance No. D-2409-18 established a Public Art Advisory Committee on February 19, 2018. This Committee consults with and advises the Mayor on where new public art should be located within the City. The recommendations of this Committee are advisory only, and the Mayor retains full and final authority to designate where public art will be located.
Each member of the Common Council is responsible for appointing one citizen from their district to serve a 2-year term on the Public Art Advisory Committee.
Current Committee Members:
Appointed by Common Councilor Miles Nelson to a 2-year term, ending 12/31/2021
Appointed by Common Councilor Jeff Worrell to a 2-year term, ending 12/31/2021
Appointed by Common Councilor Tim Hannon to a 2-year term, ending 12/31/2021
Appointed by Common Councilor Bruce Kimball to a 2-year term, ending 12/31/2021
Appointed by Common Councilor Tony Green to a 2-year term, ending 12/31/2021
Appointed by Common Councilor Sue Finkam to a 2-year term, ending 12/31/2021
Appointed by Common Councilor Laura Campbell to a 2-year term, ending 12/31/2021
Appointed by Common Councilor Kevin Rider to a 2-year term, ending 12/31/2021
Appointed by Common Councilor Adam Aasen to a 2-year term, ending 12/31/2021
Public Art Intake Forms Reviewed by the Committee
The Public Art Advisory Committee meets:
the 3rd Tuesday of each month
at 7:00 p.m.
in the Caucus Room of City Hall
1 Civic Square, Carmel
The public is invited.
2020 Meeting Notices:
Jacob Quinn, Chief Deputy of City Business
City of Carmel
1 Civic Square
Carmel, IN 46032