The Town Board has established the Public Arts Committee (PAC) as an advisory committee to the Town on matters related to the arts.
- Ken Ball
- Francie deVos
- Krista Klancke
- Katrina Larson
- Shelly Madsen
- Kristi Martens
- Ernie Royball
- Vesta Shapiro
- Eric Vandernail
- Laura Veenstra
The Public Arts Committee meets regularly on the third Friday of the month at the Fraser Town Hall. Agendas for all public meetings are posted at the Town Hall.
Fraser Bus Shelters
In 2016 Fraser and Winter Park initiated a year-round public transit system and Fraser is upgrading its primary bus stops in the business districts to include shelters. Fraser is seeking Letters of Interest from individuals and/or firms to work with the Town to design and develop five shelter and related improvements in Phase 1, followed by another five shelters in Phase 2.
Fraser Valley Community Creative Industries Questionnaire
The Town of Fraser recently established the Fraser Public Arts Committee (PAC). As part of their mission to help expand public arts in the community and foster an environment or creativity and vitality, the PAC is working on development of a comprehensive database of artists and creative industries in the community. It is our hope to use this information to help market our creative industries and grow our local economy.
We invite creative industries to complete the questionnaire below. This form can be returned to the Town Clerk, Antoinette McVeigh at firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at 153 Fraser Ave. Fraser, CO 80442.
Fraser Mural Program Application
The goal of the Fraser Mural Program is to use murals to turn ordinary spaces into community landmarks and to help instill a sense of community pride through the arts. Criteria for review is included in the attached application, but priority will be given to those spaces with high visibility to the public, to US-40, and to the railroad.
Audible Meeting File