About the Arts Commission
The Bothell Arts Commission advises the City Council about the allocation of "Percent for Public Art" funding, and promotes arts and culture in the community. The Commission consists of nine members, two of which are youth members (14 through 17 of age at time of application), all of whom serve three-year staggered terms. For more information, please visit Bothell Municipal Code 2.45
The Commission recently changed their monthly meetings from the second to third Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. Due to the pandemic, all meetings are currently held remotely, but once City Hall opens again, meetings will take place in City Hall Conference Room 101. For meeting agendas and minutes, please visit the Agenda Center.
Bothell is a vibrant, diverse and thriving creative community and the Bothell Arts Commission fulfills this vision by connecting, supporting and inspiring our community through arts and culture. The Cultural Plan, adopted by Council in 2020, guides BAC as they develop a program of work.
Support for Arts Organizations and Artists
4Culture, King County’s Cultural Arts Organization, is providing relief to the cultural sector due to closures, cancellations, and loss of work from COVID-19. Go to 4Culture's COVID-19 Response Hub to learn more.
Find information about Calls, Grants, and Job Openings in the creative field locally, regionally, and beyond.