Application for Parks, Recreation & Arts Commission Appointment to the Art Task Force
To apply for the Art Task Force, please fill out the online application at the bottom of this page. A PDF of the application is also available but completed copies must be submitted to the City Clerk’s Office at 3970 Rocklin Road. All applications are due by 4 p.m. on March 1, 2017. Late submissions and postmarks will not be accepted.*
Please Note: The City Clerk’s Office will be closed Feb 20, 2017 and will not be accepting hand-delivered applications during this time. Online applications will not be affected.
Thank you for your interest and willingness to serve your community. Please fill out the information listed below and return this application by the filing date indicated above.
About the Rocklin Art Task Force
- The Rocklin Art Task Force is a seven member ad hoc committee that advises the Parks, Recreation and Arts Commission on public art matters.
- 2 Parks, Recreation & Arts Commissioners
- 1 City Council Member
- 1 City Staff
The City is accepting applications for the following positions;
- 1 Community Member (must be Rocklin resident)
- 1 Business Person/Business Owner (Does not require Rocklin residency)
- 1 Artist/Art Organization Member or Executive (Does not require Rocklin residency)
Art Task Force Duties
- Review and recommendation to the Commission for public art proposed as part of a private development project against the criteria established by the Rocklin Public Art Master Plan.
- Review and recommendation to the Commission of public art proposed as part of a public (city) funded project against the criteria established by the Rocklin Public Art Master Plan.
- Recommendations to the Parks, Recreation and Arts on public art matters including;
- Artist qualifications
- Expenditure of funds collected for the purpose of public art
- Selection of public art for rental or loan of completed works
- Acceptance of gifts of art
- Conservation of public artwork
- Decommissioning pubic artwork
- Advocate for public art and assistance and guidance in securing grants or other funding for public art.
- Assistance with public art related projects such as documentation and creation of a public art inventory, marketing and promotion of public art and developing relationships with area art groups, artists, educational institutions and other organizations that support public art.
- Art Task Force members are expected to be ambassadors for city art efforts and events to the community at large and at events and functions as appropriate.
- The Art Task Force will meet on an “as needed” basis and may include day or evening meetings. Meetings are anticipated to total 1-3 hour commitment a month. Art Task Force Member’s schedules will be taken into consideration when meetings are scheduled to ensure a quorum. Agendas will be sent to members and publicly posted at least 72 hours prior to the meeting.
- Art Task Force members need not have direct experience in the arts, but interest in and support for public art is highly desirable.
- A background check for selected candidates will be required.