The Edmonds Arts Commission is now seeking applicants to fill the vacancy from the retirement of Pam Harold. Harold, a key member of the commission since 2004, will be retire at the end of December.
Harold, an avid watercolor artist, served two four-year terms as one of EAC’s visual arts representatives. Harold has been painting for 52 years—a hobby that turned into a career. She has taught painting and journal writing to both children and adults and lectured to many arts organizations in Edmonds and the Seattle area.
Harold is a former member of Edmonds’ , Edmonds Arts Festival Poster Artist and a current member of Women Painters of Washington and Artists Connect. She has coordinated EAC’s exhibits at the for a number of years and shows her own work in galleries in Edmonds and Seattle.
By ordinance, must be professionally engaged in the arts. If you are a resident of Edmonds with a passion for the arts and a willingness to volunteer your time on a working board, contact the Arts Office for an application and position description.
The application deadline is Dec. 30.