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Vacancy on Alexandria Commission for the Arts

The Alexandria Commission for the Arts has an opening:

The Alexandria City Council is seeking applicants to fill the following vacancies on City of Alexandria boards, commissions and committees.  Council will act on these vacancies at the February 14, 2012, City Council meeting.  All applicants must complete a Personal Data Record Form and return it to the City Clerk’s Office or file the form electronically via the City’s website no later than 5:00 p.m. on February 3, 2012.  Applications received after this deadline will not be forwarded to City Council.

Commission for the Arts – one vacancy for a member who has expertise in the arts, either as a practitioner of various art disciplines or as a professional administrator working the field, due to a resignation.  The Commission meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.  Approximately twelve hours per month are required of Commission members.  Commissioners are required to become involved in various art projects/events throughout the City and serve on one grant review panel and one committee.

Click here to see an earlier announcement from the Commission for the Arts about volunteers needed for the Public Art Committee.

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