The Athens Cultural Affairs Commission (ACAC) is seeking one (1) qualified candidate to fill a 3-year volunteer position.

The mission of the ACAC is to foster the development and enjoyment of performing, visual, cultural and other arts in the Athens-Clarke County community; to make recommendations to the Mayor and Commission on development and promotion of practices and policies pertaining to the arts; and to work cooperatively with Athens-Clarke County Unified Government (ACCUG) entities and other advisory commissions to include an arts element in as many areas of ACCUG planning and development as possible.

The ACAC meets on the second Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m., and additional committee work is conducted between these meetings.

Applicants must be Athens-Clarke County residents and registered voters.  It is also necessary that applicants have expertise in one of the arts or have demonstrated interest in the arts.

The deadline for receiving applications is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2013.  Based upon applications received, the ACAC will select a number of individuals for brief interviews.  After making a final selection, a recommendation for appointment will be sent from the ACAC to the Mayor and Commission.  The term will begin in May.

Interested applicants may submit an application online through the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission’s ACCUG website.

For more information, contact Ashley L. McCormack with the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission at ashleylmccormack@gmail.com.