San Marcos Arts Commission
The San Marcos Arts Commission helps make San Marcos a colorful and quirky place to live, visit and create in. Their role in the community is to support and contribute to the local art scene, diverse cultural heritage and economic prosperity of San Marcos. The San Marcos Arts Commission programs include the Mural Arts Program, annual Arts and Cultural Grants, and recommending placement and funding of public art.
Arts Commission FAQs
When and where does the Arts Commission meet?
The Arts Commission meets the third Wednesday each month at 5:30 p.m. at the City Hall Conference Room, 630 E. Hopkins.
What is the Arts Commission's mission?
To support and contribute to the artistic vitality, diverse cultural heritage and economic prosperity of our city in an effort to distinguish it from other communities while promoting tourism in San Marcos. Its programs include: the Mural Arts Program; disbursement of annual Arts and Cultural Grants; and recommending placement and funding of public art.
How do I become an Arts Commissioner?
Arts Commissioners are appointed to three-year terms by the San Marcos City Council. To apply, click here and press the "Apply" button.