Mission: To foster, encourage, and promote the arts in the City of St. George for the purpose of enriching and improving the lives of its residents and visitors. This will be accomplished through the creation, advocacy, and facilitation of arts programming.
ARTS COMMISSION MEMBERS
The Arts Commission meets regularly on the fourth Thursday of the month (unless holidays or City Calendar necessitates otherwise). The Arts Commission also meets for special functions such as Grant Panel and to plan the annual Summit.
Since its founding in 1990, the Arts Commission strives to represent and serve all forms of Art in the City of St. George. To this purpose, the Commission consists of five to fifteen voting members appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of City Council. All members are residents of the City and at least one member represents each area of art with which the Commission deals. Each member serves for an initial term of three years. Other members of the Commission include liaisons from the City, School District, and Art Museum.
Meetings of the St. George Arts Commission are open to the public. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Arts Commission, please fill out this linked form. We will reach out to you as positions on the commission become available.
Meetings are posted on the State's Public Meetings and Notices page and are open to the public. If you plan to attend, please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grant applications are linked on this page. Please read through the Grant Guidelines to see if you qualify. The Arts Commission administers two granting programs each year. Please make sure you are applying for the one(s) you qualify for.
Granting Program Documents and Resources
The St. George Arts Commission manages two granting programs each fiscal year.
City of St. George RAP Tax Granting Program is made possible by the Washington County RAP Tax. Applications open in February each year.
The STG Arts Grant is made possible by the City of St. George. Applications open in July of each year and are available on a rolling basis until all funds have been granted. 2023 Update - the City Arts Grant is NOW OPEN!