Public Arts Commission

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The Public Arts Commission advances performing and visual art in the community. It makes recommendations to the City Council on the selection, acquisition and installation of public art paid for by developer fees; support and production of concerts, readings and other live arts performances; sponsor programs; development and use of facilities for arts projects; and cooperative ventures with other art organizations throughout the Coachella Valley.

The Public Arts Commission meets the second Monday of each month 5:30 pm at City Hall. 



Public Arts Commission Term Expires
Alan Carvalho 6.30.2020
Wendy Willson  6.30.2020
Pam Price 6.30.2018
Denise Rodriguez Bowman 6.30.2018
Vacant 6.30.2018
Sue Townsley 6.30.2018
Christian Sesma 6.30.2019

Staff Liaison: Deanna Pressgrove
Phone: 760-770-0369



The public is always welcome to attend Public Arts Commission meeting in person. There are two additional ways to watch Public Arts Commission Meetings -- on television and online from this website.

On the 2nd Monday of each month, Cathedral City Public Arts Commission meetings are broadcast on Spectrum Channel 17. 

You can also view videos of the meetings online. To receive notice of scheduled commission meetings, use our Enotifier. For Complete Agendas, click on the corresponding meeting dates below. 

The City is currently in the process of transitioning to a new program for Agendas, Minutes and Videos for City Council and all Commission and Committee Meetings.  Beginning October 1, 2018, all Agendas, Minutes and Videos can be found at the link below:

Agendas and Minutes Beginning October 1, 2018

Please use the links below for all archived Agendas, Minutes and Videos.  Some disruption in the availability of information may take place during this transition as well as redesign of pages, we appreciate you patience.

If you are experiencing problems viewing the meeting with the Chrome browser, ensure that you have Flash installed by going to Chrome Settings, scroll down and click Advanced Settings. Under Privacy, Click "Content settings" and scroll down to Flash and select "Allow sites to run Flash"