Melissa Rohlfs, Chair
Pamela Gamble, Vice Chair
City Council Liaison
The Commission meets the third Thursday of the month, at 6:30 p.m., at City Hall in Conference Room 115.
Working Calendar 2020
Description of Duties and Purpose
The Commission is responsible for promoting the artistic development of the community and preserving San Bruno’s diverse cultural heritage. The Commission's goals include acquiring and maintaining public art as well as sponsoring programs and events that enhance the quality of life for residents and improve the image and character of the community. San Bruno Municipal Code Section 2.50 outlines the rules and procedures of the Culture and Arts Commission.
The Culture and Arts Commission By-laws
The Commission also maintains a directory of artists who are interested in receiving information on upcoming public art projects. If you would like to add your name to the directory to receive future Calls for Artists, please email the Commission ( email@example.com ) and request to be added to our list. Please include your name, mailing address, email and telephone.
Call for Artists
The City of San Bruno Community Art Gallery Program encourages artistic expression and fosters a greater appreciation for art in our community. Artists are invited annually to submit applications to exhibit two-dimensional work in the San Bruno Library’s main reading room. Applications may be submitted individually or as a group; preference will be given to local artists. Deadline to apply is Friday, March 20, 2020 at 6pm.
Call for Artists Application Process