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Apply: Arts Education and Access Fund Oversight (AEAF) Committee

AEAF Committee currently recruiting new members, please apply by May 10.

In November of 2012 the residents of Portland voted to impose a $35 income tax on themselves to support art in their schools and community. This unique tax was established to provide arts teachers for all K-5 students in the City of Portland and to provide financial support to local arts organizations. The ballot measure that established the tax also called for an oversight committee–the Arts Education and Access Fund Citizen Oversight Committee. AEAO is currently recruiting new committee members.

The AEAO committee is charged with reviewing the expenditures, progress, and outcomes of the fund and reporting its findings to the City Council annually.

Committee advises City Council on a perpetual base.

Applications are due May 10. Find out more and how to apply here.