Roles and Duties
On May 25, 2010, the Board of Aldermen passed Ordinance No. 6105 establishing the Public Art Advisory Committee. The Mayor and Board of Aldermen appointed three standing members. Two alternate members, selected by the Public Art Advisory Committee, will serve at the request of the committee chair at meetings in the absence or disqualification of one or more standing members. All members and alternate members are to be residents and registered voters of the City of Clayton. Members and alternates will be art professionals or have extensive background in or familiarity with the field of art and will serve terms of three years.
The committee will advise the Mayor, Board of Aldermen and Plan Commission/Architectural Review Board on various considerations regarding public artwork for city and private developments, Planned Unit Developments or Special Development Districts.
Ordinance No. 6105 repealed Ordinance No. 5338 that in June 1997 established the Clayton Art Commission, a committee that assisted the city in acquiring public art and promoting and enhancing the city’s collection of public artwork.
3 members, two alternates
Source of Authority
Ordinance #6105 adopted May 25, 2010
Meets at the call of the chair. Meetings are held at Clayton City Hall located at 10 N. Bemiston. Call 314-290-8473 for information.
Refer also to Clayton's Meeting Guidelines.
- Jacob Reby, Chair
- Carmen Colangelo
- Ronald Greenberg
- Rich Lintz, Aldermanic Representative
- Susan Istenes, Staff Liaison
View the Public Art Master Plan revised December 2017.