The Dana Point Arts and Culture Commission is working to compile lists of local artists and nonprofits centered around the arts to serve as comprehensive resources for city staff and community members to reference.
As the City of Dana Point looks to wrap up the final phase of its utility box public art program, the Arts and Culture Commission voted unanimously on Wednesday, Sept. 14, to approve designs for two additional utility boxes on Pacific Coast Highway and Blue Lantern.
In the next eight to 10 months, Dana Point will be installing a new mosaic artwork on the 118-step stairway at Lantern Bay Park. The Dana Point City Council unanimously approved the project, authorizing staff to proceed with construction during its June 21 city council meeting.
Dana Point’s newest Arts and Culture Commissioner, Laura Smith Hatch, appointed Tuesday night, hopes to hone in on the city’s culture, collaborate with local nonprofits and expand existing music festival and events