President's Visual Arts Advisory Committee
Function: DePauw University owns and stewards a large collection of visual art, including but not limited to painting, photography, sculpture, and large-scale artistic productions. The University seeks to maintain this collection for pedagogical purposes and displays pieces of the University’s collection, and works on temporary loan, in and on University property. The President’s Visual Arts Advisory Committee is charged to offer advice and recommendations regarding the long-term installation or display of University-owned visual art on the campus and in campus buildings, excluding faculty-directed art, art produced by students or faculty as part of the art curriculum, and art displayed in the University galleries as part of a curated exhibit. The Committee shall meet at least once yearly to consider University policies and principles regarding the display of University art and as specific issues arise.…
Members: Voting members: The Vice President for Academic Affairs; the Vice President for Advancement; the Chair of the Faculty; two members of the Department of Art and Art History, one from studio art and one from art history, one of whom is the Chair of the Department of Art and Art History; a faculty member from outside the Department of Art and Art History (three-year term with appointment made by the Faculty Governance Steering Committee), the Curator of Exhibitions and University Collections, the Director of Facilities and Grounds, the University Archivist, a student representative from the Department of Art and Art History (one-year term with appointment made by DePauw Student Government), and a student representative from outside the Department of Art and Art History (one-year term with appointment made by DePauw Student Government).
Ex-officio members (without vote): The President.