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Clive Public Arts Advisory Commission Meeting <br /> Minutes <br /> May 20, 2013 <br /> Present: Marilyn Baker, Faith Garnaas, Karen Leibold, Tracy Levine, Tom <br /> Murphy, Kim Peter, Linda Shanks, Matt McQuillen <br /> Absent: Dr. Vicky Poole, Josh Dreyer <br /> Call to Order: The meeting was called to order at 5:30 pm by Chair Leibold. <br /> Approval of Agenda: A motion was made by Shanks to approve the May 20, <br /> 2013 agenda. It was seconded by Murphy. Approved <br /> Approval of Minutes; Murphy made a motion to approve the March 18, 2013 <br /> minutes. Seconded by Shanks. Approved. <br /> OLD BUSINESS <br /> Kids for Art — Reception and Submittals: Linda Shanks gave an update on the <br /> plans for the reception on July 19. Because Linda will not be present this year, <br /> she is working ahead of time to make sure everything is organized and ready. <br /> Set-up will be on Friday morning. The artwork will be left on exhibit. <br /> Plans are for an audience of approximately 125 people. There will be 12 dozen <br /> cookies. Tom Murphy will pick up dixie cups, tablecloths, and plates. Linda will <br /> take care of the certificates, matted by Terri's Frame Shop. <br /> Art Along the Trail: The 2013 Dedication is May 21, 5:30 pm at Campbell Park <br /> (paired with the Clive Chamber "After Hours" as a joint affair) with a program <br /> timeline of: <br /> 5 pm, dedication <br /> 5:3 pm, program/comments <br /> Matt reported that all pieces have been installed; people are voting on their <br /> favorite. So far, there are 400 votes. <br /> A brochure was passed around promoting this project. Haley Morris, <br /> Valley student designer, will be invited to attend the dedication by Tom Murphy. <br /> NEW BUSINESS <br /> Art Commission Update: Landscape architecture firm, Confluence, has <br /> developed a plan for the intersection at 128th Street and Woodland Parkway, east <br /> side, where the newest Clive Public Art Advisory Commission piece will call <br /> home. Efforts are being made to make this a collaborative endeavor so that the <br /> residential neighborhood and the Senior Citizen housing are partners in the <br /> project. The City of Clive is responsible for the art piece. Matt McQuillen is <br /> researching construction with structural engineers for the development of a CAD <br /> drawing of the sculpture. The project income is: <br /> Residential Developer $20,000 <br />