Fine & Cultural Arts Commission


The Fine and Cultural Arts Commission was created in 2005 to foster cultural and fine arts in Wheaton. The commission’s mission is to increase citizen access to the arts by providing leadership, advocacy, and support for art that enriches the cultural vitality of our community.


The Fine and Cultural Arts Commission generally meets at 6:00 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month at City Hall. There are no meetings in August and December. All meetings are open to residents. You are welcome to attend, share your thoughts, or observe to see if you would like to apply for a position. For up-to-date information regarding all of the City’s Boards and Commissions meeting dates, times, and locations, please see the City Calendar.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes


  • Mike Bock, Chair
  • Sarah Antas
  • David Duve
  • Dee Hicks
  • Randolph King
  • Laurie Swanson Oberhelman

Available Positions: 1

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Help Support the Arts in Wheaton

The Fine and Cultural Arts Commission provides businesses and residents an opportunity to become supporters of the Commission. The Commission conducts a variety of events and is required to raise money for every event. Your support will help the Commission continue to fund community events supporting the arts. 

Each supporter's name will be posted on the Commission's webpage as a supporter of the Fine and Cultural Arts Commission and will receive a personalized poster showing your support of the Fine and Cultural Arts Commission.

View the Fine and Cultural Arts Commission's informational flyer for more information.

Past Projects

Summer of Golf: The City of Wheaton's Fine & Cultural Arts Commission created a community art project celebrating the U.S. Senior Women's Open that featured 13 giant-sized painted golf ball statues that were on display throughout the summer. Summer of Golf Video

Pearls of the Universe Mural: Learn more about the "Pearls of the Universe" mural celebrating diversity led by the Community Relations Commission and Fine and Cultural Arts Commission.