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Encinitas Arts Master Plan City Council Presentation 2002
 

Encinitas Arts Master Plan City Council Presentation 2002

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Presentation to the Encinitas City Council for their approval to adopt the city's official document outlining the vision and goals for the arts and culture of Encinitas. The Arts Master Plan also ...

Presentation to the Encinitas City Council for their approval to adopt the city's official document outlining the vision and goals for the arts and culture of Encinitas. The Arts Master Plan also describes the cultural planning process and profiles the history and character of the five incorporated communities - Leucadia, Old & New Encinitas, Olivenhain and Cardiff-by-the-Sea - which make Encinitas one of the most unique and beautiful cities of Southern California. July 2002

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    Encinitas Arts Master Plan City Council Presentation 2002 Encinitas Arts Master Plan City Council Presentation 2002 Presentation Transcript

    • City of Encinitas ARTS MASTER PLAN Prepared by The Commission for the Arts
    • BACKGROUND
    • In March 1998, City Council established the Commission for the Arts to recommend policies and plans for the development of the arts within the City of Encinitas .
    • The mission of the City of Encinitas Commission for the Arts is to promote the Arts for the communities of Encinitas with the highest quality and widest variety of the Arts possible, through exposure, education and advocacy, and to support the establishment of arts facilities.
    • In August 1999, a steering committee was formed to address the creation of an Arts Master Plan, designed to guide the efforts of the Arts Commission and the arts in Encinitas.
    • Members of the Steering Committee were: Community member Linda Luisi, Commissioners Michael Charnow, Lindsay Duff, and Cris Hicks, and Staff Analyst Dan Hippert.
    • In May of 2000, the Commission appointed an Arts Master Plan Sub-Committee to represent the broadest cross-section of the community as possible.
    • Over 50 Encinitas residents served on the Arts Master Plan Sub-Committee over the course of three years.
      • Beginning in October 2000, a series of community forums, workshops, community surveys, and other fact-finding processes began. All research was completed in June 2001.
    • In July 2001, a consultant was hired to assist in the development of the goals, objectives and written elements of the plan .
    • On July 1, 2002, the Commission for the Arts adopted the final draft of the Arts Master Plan .
    • On July 17, 2002, the Commission presented the Arts Master Plan to the City Council.  
    • Since that time, several meetings of a City Council/Arts Commission subcommittee took place to discuss elements of the Plan.
    • All edits, revisions and additions to the Arts Master Plan are a reflection of those meetings.  
    • The Commission for the Arts brings the Arts Master Plan before the City Council for their consideration.
      • WHY AN ARTS MASTER PLAN?
    • VISION The need for creative expression is a natural part of the human condition .
    • Art is a distinguishing and positive feature of civilization.
    • Art is an essential element in the life of Encinitas.
    • The support and encouragement of artists contributes to the development of Encinitas’ cultural life.
    • The City of Encinitas has a role to play in the cultivation and support of its cultural resources.
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    • The Arts has been proven to have a positive impact on the economy by creating jobs and contributing to tourism .
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    • The Arts help build communities and preserve their character.
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    • Encinitas has a rich art history, and has long been known as an artistic community
    • The flavor and color of Encinitas has been enhanced by the contributions of the artists and artistic endeavors who live and/or work in the community.
    • The following projects were sponsored in part by the City of Encinitas through a program of the Commission for the Arts over the course of the Commission’s history from March 1998 to the present.
    • Youth Programs 101 Artist Colony Student Art Gallery Music in the Schools Program Performing Arts in the Classroom PicArt
    • Community Projects Arts Tour Mobile Project Annual City of Encinitas Day Celebration Artist Enclave Chalk Encinitas Encinitas Photo Contest & Exhibition Poetry Slam at the La Paloma Theater Independent Film Society
    • Visual Arts   Civic Center Gallery Exhibitions Endangered Species Collaborative Exhibition with the San Diego Arts Institute, Balboa Park San Dieguito Art Guild Speaker Series Surf Art at the Annual Rob Machado Surf Classic
    • Public Art Works & Projects Hwy 101 Banners Cardiff Banners “Medallions” and “CommuniCans” for the Encinitas Downtown Streetscape Project Tree Gates
    • KEY COMPONENTS OF THE PLAN
    • The two main components are the Goals and the Arts Master Plan Survey.
    • The Arts Master Plan contains 7 overarching goals, 21 objectives and 65 strategies representing a community vision to guide the future of the Arts in Encinitas.
    • GOALS
    • I. Make the Arts Available to All Encinitas Citizens ACCESS TO ALL
    • II. Support the Arts and Artists in the Community PROFESSIONALISM & ACCOUNTABILITY
    • III. Build Community Through the Arts COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
    • IV. Stimulate Economic Vitality Through the Arts ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    • V. Create Opportunities for Artistic Expression in All Its Diversity DIVERSITY OF EXPRESSION
    • VI. Celebrate the History of the City’s Artistic Achievements PRESERVATION OF ENCINITAS’ HISTORY & CHARACTER
    • VII. Weave the Arts into the City’s Planning and Design Process AESTHETIC GROWTH MANAGEMENT
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    • ANALYSIS
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    • The Arts Master Plan has been three years in the making and is a reflection of the community at large.
    • The Commission for the Arts has made every effort to develop a plan that will guide the City of Encinitas for the next four to six years on all matters related to the arts.
    • The Plan has been designed as a living, breathing document and maintains the flexibility to change as the needs and/or desires of the City change.
    • As Encinitas has a rich art history, and has long been known as an artistic community, the community’s vision for the arts in Encinitas will be memorialized with the adoption of the Arts Master Plan .
    • RECOMMENDATION
    • The Commission for the Arts recommends that the City Council approve the Arts Master Plan and direct staff to identify necessary resources to implement the Arts Master Plan