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To support economic development of creative and expressive endeavors by developing collaborative relationships between artists, musicians, businesses, government and other organizations.
Eleven Commission members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Common Council. The Commission brings together representatives from the arts, music, businesses and government in the City of Kenosha for the purpose of networking and encouraging the most effective use of existing resources. It serves as a liaison on behalf of the City to encourage and support arts, organizations and programs for cultural enrichment within the city. The Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and the Common Council.

A message from Jayne Herring

Chair, City of Kenosha Commission on the Arts:

Hello and welcome to summer in Kenosha! It is a great time to appreciate the arts in our community. Whether you enjoy live performance art or visit our many galleries, art fairs, and businesses which feature visual art, we know you will agree Kenosha’s creative economy is alive and getting stronger every day. Click here to read more about the Commission and its work.

The City of Kenosha Commission on the Arts will host a public program, "Kenosha Creative Conversation," with Anne Katz, president of Arts Wisconsin beginning at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13 at Fusion, 5014 Seventh Ave. Reservations are due Nov. 10. Click here for details and reservations.
Jayne Herring - Chairperson
Francisco Loyola - Vice Chairperson
Mary Pat Andrea
Maureen Cashin Bolog
Emily Delabrue
Donald Miller
Kristina Niemi Johnson
Becky Noble
Karen Sorensen
Paul Hegland
Scott Plank