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RssAdministrator, City of Tampa

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5/2006 - Present



  • 1. An employee in this class is responsible for performing tasks of more than average difficulty while overseeing the ordinances pertaining to Public Art (chapter 4 and chapter 27 Public Art in Private Development). Other functions include, but are not limited to functioning as an art consultant/advisor to private developers, individuals, groups and other public art agencies to ensure professional standards in acquiring public art; seeking additional funding through the private sector and grants; and presenting lectures and workshops. Creativity and demonstrated artistic acumen are essential as the employee is required to be knowledgeable of a wide range of artistic media and processes. Employee must exercise tact and diplomacy in serving as the liaison with individuals and the public and involve organizations in the implementation of the public art program as part of public and private construction and renovation projects. Work is reviewed through reports submitted and results obtained. 2. Makes sure all projects are implemented according to city, state and federal protocol as required; manages Public Art Trust, works with appropriate city offices, systems and procedures. 3. Oversees staff and volunteers, public art collection, databases. Manage talent/artists, sub-contractors, fabricators, etc.4. Implement goals and objectives of division which include: bring art and cultural engagement to major public-use projects; maintain and care for City’s Public Art Collection so that it remains an asset for future generations; continue to develop outreach and educational materials so that all audiences may be made aware of, experience, and enjoy the city’s cultural assets; encourage the participation of artists based in the City and Tampa Bay region; serve as an active source of information about art in the public realm; build Tampa’s reputation and visibility both nationally and regionally as a City of the Arts; and bring quality arts and cultural programming to Tampa’s neighborhoods

1/1999 - 5/2006

City of Tampa


  • 1. (Description of role hired to do) oversees and implements Public Art Ordinance Chapter 4 of City Code, and all of its required functions including coordination with city clerk’s office and managing public art committee; maintains city’s public art collection, acts as a liaison between arts community, especially artists, and the city of Tampa. 2. Develops procedures for reviewing and selecting sites for public art installations; develops procedures for selecting and registering public artists 3. Oversees engineering, installation and maintenance of public art 4. Assists both public and private organizations in the implementation of program requirements 5. Hosts monthly public art television program on CTTV 6. Organizes and conducts public art tours, lectures and workshops 7. Coordinate activities involving multiple participants from the public and private sectors; plan, organize and execute art displays 8. Oversee program budget and operations 9. Considerable knowledge of various forms of artistic expression and media are required

7/1997 - 12/1998

Florida State University


  • Manage the Art in State Buildings Program for the University; includes completing all processes as required by the State Statute.

9/1994 - 7/1997

Florida State University

Entry Level

  • 1) This was a part time position with two key functions: perform all duties associated with position of museum registrar—this included performing condition reports for all incoming and outgoing artwork, cataloguing museum’s collection, maintaining accurate records. 2) Manage the University’s Art in State Building’s Program.

1/1991 - 1/1999

FSU, FIU, LU, PBCollege

Entry Level

  • Teach art history survey courses