Renton Municipal Arts Commission
The Renton Municipal Arts Commission was formed by Resolution 1320, on August 9, 1965. Overseeing an annual budget, the Commission is charged with the responsibility of acting in an advisory capacity to city government in connection with the artistic and cultural development of the city.
The Commission strives to support and connect people with arts and culture endeavors in the Renton community.
The Commission's goals are to:
- Enrich and increase participation and awareness of the cultural and artist community
- Serve as Renton’s source for arts information
- Increase funding opportunities for arts and culture programs
- Advocate for arts education at all levels
- Advise the City on arts related projects and public art.
Fall Arts Equinox: It’s MUSIC baby!
The Renton Municipal Arts Commission and Allied Arts of Renton invite you be part of Renton’s growing arts and culture community byattending the Fall Arts Equinox, a free event! Meet professional and amateur artists, and learn about what’s happening in arts and culture while enjoying Renton-style Pechu Kucha presentations. Discover how you can get involved to craft the future of Arts & Culture in Renton. Join your friends and neighbors at this twice-annual event to learn more about what's going on in arts and culture in Renton! The fall theme is MUSIC. Event will be emceed by Brad Brotherton and includes performances from several local artists. Wine and light hors d'oeuvres will be served.
Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Carco Theatre, 1717 SE Maple Valley Hwy, Renton, WA 98057
To RSVP or for more information, contact 425-652-1236 or visit ArtsCommission.rentonwa.gov or AlliedArtsofRenton.org.
Are you an artist looking for display opportunities? Complete the Commission’s Carco Theatre Lobby Display application. All applications will also be considered for the new “Art in Storefronts” project placing local art in vacant storefronts in Downtown Renton.
Nominate individuals who have made a difference in the arts and culture of Renton for the Commission’s Bravo Award. Nominations are accepted on an on-going basis.
Get involved in the future of arts & culture in Renton! Renton’s Art & Culture Master Plan was adopted by City Council in August 2010 and the Arts Commission is actively working with community members to achieve the vision “Renton aspires to be a center for arts and culture where traditional and contemporary arts thrive and creative industries are cultivated.” Contact email@example.com to learn how to help support the development of an art center, performing arts or create a galvanizing project and better marketing tools.
Arts & Cultural Registry
The Renton Municipal Arts Commission has developed an “Arts and Culture Registry.” If you wish to be notified of periodic Calls For Artists, Cultural Networking Events, or Public Art Opportunities, please download the form below and submit it to RMAC: Arts & Cultural Registry Form.
The Renton Municipal Arts Commission recognizes individuals who have made a difference in the arts and culture of Renton. Nominations can be made to the Commission for outstanding individuals in this field to receive the Bravo Award. Click here for nomination information.