The Beaverton Arts Commission (BAC) has had two retreats this year and is focusing on three key areas: Public Art; Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI); and a youth scholarship program. The BAC has approved four major public art works this year — all associated with the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts — all funded through the city’s 1% for Art Program. The DEI subcommittee will be focused on outreach — particularly to artists and organizations that represented historically marginalized people and groups.
Councilor Laura Mitchell, Beaverton Arts Commission
“Thank you, Beaverton Arts Commission, for keeping art alive in Beaverton and uniting our community through your passion for the arts!”
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