• 4:00 p.m.
  • 3rd Wednesday of every month
  • City Council Chamber

Agendas & Minutes

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Public Art Installations in Tustin


Scott McMillin, Chairperson

Scott McMillin

Janet Lomax, Chair Pro Tem

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Meg Gullo, Commissioner

Meg Gullo

Erin Bruner, Commissioner


Medha Paliwal, Commissioner



Commission Members Appointed Term Expiration
Scott McMillin, Chairperson February 4, 2020 July 17, 2024
Janet Lomax, Chairperson Pro Tem March 17, 2020 July 17, 2024
Meg Gullo, Committee Member April 5, 2022 July 17, 2026
Erin Bruner, Committee Member April 5, 2022 July 17, 2026
Medha Paliwal, Committee Member June 21, 2022 July 17, 2026



The Public Art Commission (PAC) is the formal body responsible for implementing the Public Art Program. Responsibilities include attending all public art planning and review meetings, exercising judgment that is fair and consistent with the policy guidelines, advising the City Council on all public art-related issues, and upholding the reputation and integrity of the Public Art Program and the City of Tustin. The Commission will seek grant funding and donors for each project and build partnerships and collaborations with non-profit organizations. 

The Commission is encouraged to solicit funding from developers and corporations to assist with funding public art projects. The Commission will make recommendations to the City Council regarding commissioned or gifted public art.

Structure & Purpose

The Public Arts Commission shall consist of 5 members who shall be registered voters of the City during all times they hold office.  Appointment terms are 4 years.

The purpose of this commission is to advise the City Council on matters pertaining to public art. The commission's responsibilities include:

  • Advising on planning and policy matters relating to the construction and renovation of public art
  • Evaluating artwork, including artwork proposed to be gifted to the City
  • Planning and commissioning public art
  • Receiving community input concerning public art
  • Seeking grant funding and donors for each project and building partnerships and collaborations with non-profit organizations


Creative Signals

The City of Tustin's Public Art Commission is seeking partners for a new Public Art Program.  This program will provide members of the Tustin community with an opportunity to promote their cause while simultaneously contributing to the beautification of the city.

Current Project(s)

  • None

Current Request for Proposals

If you would like to be emailed future RFPs, please call 714-573-3331 or email the Public Art Commission.

Contact Us

To contact members of the Public Art Commission, write to:
City of Tustin, Parks and Recreation Department
300 Centennial Way
Tustin, CA 92780