Arts and Culture Task Force

Vision

The vision for the Fernley Arts and Culture Task Force is to bring together artists and art organizations to foster an environment in which art and culture enhance our community

Mission Statement

The mission of the Arts and Culture Task Force is to encourage creativity and enrich resident's lives through arts and culture.

Guiding Principles

Advocacy: The Arts and Culture Task Force promotes the essential value of the arts in the lives of all Fernley residents.

Appreciation: The Arts and Culture Task Force encourages the creative spirit and recognizes the arts as a valuable platform to promote economic vitality in the community.

Education: The Arts and Culture Task Force engages all ages in visual, performing, and literary art forms through diverse programming and community outreach.

Support: The Arts and Culture Task Force facilitates the creative endeavors of artists and small arts organizations.

Projects

The Skatepark Mural is located in the heart of Fernley at the In Town Park. Bryce Chisholm, a former resident of Fernley and skateboarder, was selected by the City of Fernley Arts and Culture Task Force to paint a mural on the surface of the skatepark. The City is excited to see the addition of color and unique images to the skatepark surface. Thank you to Bryce, Chisholm, AbcArtAttack, for helping beautify our community! 

Skatepark mural 9 After


The City Hall Art Gallery is featuring local artists Laura DeSimone and Jim Berryman-Shafer photographs August through September 2019.

The Greeter by Chad Rice, on the corner of Alt 95 and Fremont Street by Walgreens.
The Greeter 1a