Arts & Culture
Arts Commission Opening for 2018: Looking for an opportunity which gives you a voice in the cultural arts community of Edmonds? The City of Edmonds is seeking an Edmonds resident with a professional background in performing arts to fill a vacant four year term on the Edmonds Arts Commission starting in 2018. The application deadline is November 27, 2017 at 5:00 pm. Position Description: pdfEACBoard_position_description.pdf Application: pdfEACBoard-Commission_App_rev_10_2017.pdf

The Edmonds community and the arts have always gone hand in hand. Several art galleries, museums, performance venues and arts groups are based in Edmonds, presenting a wide variety of visual, literary and performing arts throughout the year.

The City of Edmonds celebrates the arts through its Edmonds Arts Commission (EAC), whose mission is to ensure the arts play a significant role in the quality of life in the City, its economic vitality and vibrant community identity. Founded in 1975, the EAC works through creative programs and partnerships to foster involvement in the literary, visual and performing arts, highlighting Edmonds' as a cultural destination, and it's artistic resources. EAC programs include a nationally known writers' conferencesummer concerts in the park, rotating visual art exhibits, and an outstanding public art collection featuring Northwest artists. The EAC partnerships and sponsorships include Music at the Library with Sno-Isle Library and Kidstock with Edmonds Center for the Arts

For information about arts events and other special events in Edmonds, go to: visitedmonds logo


 The City is conducting a study of the economic impact of arts and culture in Edmonds. Thank you to everyone who filled out a participant survey. The survey is now closed. If you wish to share a story about the impact of arts and culture in Edmonds, the online Story Collector is still available. Go to Edmonds Economic Impact page.


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