In January of 2017, the LiveDAYBREAK Board of Directors created a committee dedicated to advocating for public art in Daybreak. The committee, Daybreak Arts Council, is made up of Daybreak residents.
The Daybreak Arts Council is to work in an advisory capacity to advocate for public art throughout the Daybreak community. This may include a variety of temporary, semi-temporary, or long-term art installations in Daybreak.
- Karen Sewell (Chair)
- Laura Gaillard
- Anndalyn Hobbs
- John Mazziotti
- Angela McGuire
- Oskar Okko
- Matt Radke
- Shane Richardson
- Jill Schneider
- Alexis Spaulding
Would you like to be a member of the Daybreak Arts Council? Click on the application link below!
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Art Ave 2020
To help create a unique sense of community by advocating for public arts.
Each time a commercial property changes hands within Daybreak, a small community enhancement fee is collected by LiveDAYBREAK. The funds from these transactions are then earmarked and dedicated to the Daybreak Arts Council mission of advocating for public art in Daybreak.
No, all LiveDAYBREAK funds are separate from the Daybreak Community Association (the HOA) funds.
Residents apply through a simple application process and are appointed by the LiveDAYBREAK board. The residents on the committee serve for a 2-year term.
Yes, the committee was originally structured with several “seats” with the goal of obtaining as much community input as possible.
The Daybreak Arts Council establishes yearly goals in regards to types of art and potential locations. Subcommittees are established on a regular basis to coordinate the details.
The committee has spent a great deal of time to determine key locations for potential art. The overall goal is to have them placed in higher traffic areas.
Yes, we encourage all to visit the existing art installations within Daybreak.