The Public Art Commission acts as an advisory board to the City Council and City Manager on the selection and placement of art on city-owned or -controlled property.
Meetings are held on an "as called" basis in the East Mezzanine in City Hall located at 72 W. College Ave. Check with the Parks & Recreation Department at (325) 657-4450 for upcoming meeting dates and times. Agendas are posted on this website, on the bulletin board in the lobby of City Hall, 72 W. College Ave., and at the Recreation office in Santa Fe Crossing, 702 S. Chadbourne St.
- Teri Covert
- Ryan Dalgliesh
- Suzanna Aguirre
- Heidi Brooks
- Julie Raymond
- Richard Round
Anyone interested in serving on the board should contact the City Clerk's office on the second floor of City Hall or call (325) 657-4405 for more information. For additional board information, contact the board liaison, Parks and Recreation Director Carl White, at (325) 657-4450.
Public art display forms
The following forms can assist artists and collectors who wish to display works in City facilities or on City property.
- Indoor public art display application (PDF or online form)
- Indoor public art display agreement
- Outdoor public art display application (PDF or online form)
- Outdoor public art display agreement
The City of San Angelo is the benefactor of three art-related endowments managed by the San Angelo Area Foundation. For more information on these and other endowments, go to saafound.org.
- PASA Endowment Fund: PASA stands for Public Art-San Angelo. Fred Griffin created the fund to provide a funding mechanism for future public art works in San Angelo as approved by the Public Art Commission.
- Frances Mertz Memorial Sculpture Maintenance Endowment Funds: Established in memory of Frances Mertz, this fund provides maintenance dollars for San Angelo bronze public art, which Mrs. Mertz sought to create and propagate. The "200%" sheep sculpture at the Bryant Boulevard split and the "Los Dos Angelas" sculptures at the San Angelo Visitors Center are just two of the works she dreamed of realizing.
- Elmer Kelton San Angelo Parks Endowment Fund: Established from the proceeds of a special project to build a buffalo sculpture in honor of Kelton's lifetime achievements, endowment proceeds go to the City of San Angelo Parks Commission to provide financial assistance to help maintain this and other sculptures in other city parks.