Arts & Humanities Council
The Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Council promotes and participates in Village community arts and cultural programs.
- Third Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m.
- Curtis Center for the Arts
2349 East Orchard Road
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80121-1570
Agendas & Minutes
Arts and Humanities Council agendas and minutes can be found on our Agenda Portal.
|District||Name||Date of Original Appointment||Expiration of Term|
|1||Ms. Deborah Tolley||August 1, 2022||October 1, 2024|
|Ms. Anne Cashman||November 7, 2022||September 14, 2023|
|4||Dr. Kathleen Smith||October 28, 2019||December 3, 2024|
|At-Large||Mr. Henry Siegel||August 6, 2018||February 1, 2024|
|At-Large||Ms. Clare Langley-Hawthorne||April 6, 2020||January 9, 2025|
|At-Large||Ms. Tina Hamilton||August 6, 2018||August 6, 2024|
|At-Large||Mr. Jonathan Huggins||March 17, 2022||March 17, 2024|
Chris Stevens, Cultural Arts Coordinator
The Arts and Humanities Council consists of eight councilmembers, one from each district, and four at-large councilmembers. Councilmembers are appointed to serve up to four consecutive two year terms. The purpose of the Council is to nurture, promote, and support high-quality cultural arts activities for the village. The primary functions of the Arts and Humanities Council are:
- Advocate for the arts, artists, and arts organizations of the village; stimulate community awareness and enjoyment of the fine arts
- Promote community education, awareness, and enjoyment of the arts
- Support performing, visual, and literary arts programs, projects and events
The Council, working with the support of Parks, Trails and Recreation staff, provides community activities such as art programs, concerts, plays, and literary events as well as support local artists with grants and acquire public art for the Village.