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Commission on Arts and Humanities
Promotes development and awareness of artistic and cultural programs, evaluates arts and humanities requests of city funds for artistic and cultural purposes, and reviews and evaluates arts and humanities organizations and programs receiving city funding pursuant to Norfolk City Code 2-467.

Membership Composition:

The fifteen (15) members must include persons having interests in the arts and humanities, with consideration given to include persons having interests or associations with any or all the following specific areas: dance, letters, music (symphonic), music (non-symphonic), opera, theatre, visual arts, education, emerging arts organizations and underserved populations.

City Staff Contact:
Debra Burrell
Arts Manager Department of Cultural Facilities, Arts & Entertainment