Join Us!

Join Us!



Send questions or apply with a letter of interest and resume to Stewart Ikeda and Steve Poltorzycki at Please indicate your level of interest (occasional events, committees, Commissioner appointment, etc.).

Seeking committed individuals to work with ACAC in various roles
The Arlington Commission for Arts & Culture seeks residents, business owners and nonprofit leaders who are passionate about the arts. Bringing together several previously separate cultural entities including Arlington Cultural Council, Arlington Public Art, Artlinks, and Poet Laureate, ACAC promotes and develops arts and culture programs, events, and resources, in order to create a sustainable and vibrant arts scene that engages and attracts artists, residents, businesses and visitors.  The Core Commission generally meets one evening each month; additional periodic subcommittee meetings are held around such activities as grant-making, fundraising, public art installations, performance programs and festivals, artist networking and development, destination marketing and communications, and Arlington Cultural District planning. ACAC especially seeks both Commissioners and subcommittee members willing to volunteer their skills in the areas of fundraising and development, grant-making, digital media or marketing. ACAC strives to expand access to and promote cultural equity in the arts, and to have Committee membership reflecting the diversity of our town.
We welcome volunteers of all walks and interests who love to see the arts and culture flourish in tour town, but have specific needs for people with experience and interest in the following roles:
Marketing Committee: Help with messaging and communications for ACAC, contribute to and social media channels, promote live arts events townwide, contribute to destination marketing campaigns, more. Design, web, PR, media industry, event marketing  skills are all welcome! Contact
Fundraising Committee: Help apply for grants, organize fundraisers, and otherwise help support the cultural programs and community work of the Commission. Experience in nonprofit, development, business outreach, grant writing especially valuable. Contact
Grants Committee: The committee is responsible for awarding grants each year to support local artists and cultural entities in realizing projects that otherwise might not get off the ground. The Committee generally meets on the second Monday of the month, 7:30-9:00 pm in the Town Hall Annex. Come to one or two meetings and if it seems like a fit, submit a short letter of intent and your resume to the Committee at