30-40-100 - Art acquisition committees
30-40-100. Art acquisition committees
(1) Art advisory committees. Staff may recommend that a partner agency form an art advisory committee. Staff may appoint members of the committee. The committee may include, but is not limited to, members of an established art selection committee. The art advisory committee does not select artists or make decisions regarding artist proposals.
(2) Art selection committees. At staff request, an art selection committee shall be formed by the partner agency receiving the project. The committee is convened and facilitated by staff according to published program guidelines.
(a) Committee members may include partner agency administration, visual artists or visual art professionals, community members, board members and trustees, and building/location users. The makeup of the committee should be gender-balanced and culturally diverse. Staff may recommend appointees to the committee.
(b) A preferred committee size is from three to seven members, depending on the method of acquisition of works of art.
(i) For commissioning works of art, the minimum committee size is five members. The committee shall select the artist and approve the artist's concept.
(ii) For direct purchase of curated existing works of art, the minimum committee size is five members. The committee will approve the curator, selection of artists, and work(s) of art.
(iii) For resiting works from the state art collection, the minimum committee size is three members. The committee shall select the work(s) of art to be permanently resited.(Amended by WSR 18-02-086, Filed 1/2/2018, effective 2/2/2018)
Statutory Authority: Chapter 43.46 RCW. 10-23-102, § 30-40-100, filed 11/16/10, effective 12/17/10.
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