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The Advisory Commission on Arts and Culture is focused on the identification, expansion, and promotion of the arts, culture, and artistic features throughout the City of Pawtucket.
The City Hall Art Gallery was established by the Commission in 2015 with the goal of the bringing artwork into publically owned spaces. Shows are rotated three to four times a year and receptions for each show are hosted by the Commission.
The mission of the Public Art Program is to reflect the city’s identity, improve the quality of life for residents and visitor’s, stimulate city pride, attract economic development, and to engage artists and the community in the life of the city by acquiring and maintaining high-quality public art that is funded partially or fully with public monies and/or located on public property.
The Pawtucket Advisory Commission on Arts and Culture generally meets bi-monthly on the last Monday of the month at 5:00pm in the Planning/ Zoning Conference Room, located on the main floor of Pawtucket City Hall.
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