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Hailey Arts & Historic Preservation Commission

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Mission

To ensure the arts and history are valued as an integral part of Hailey and to enhance the culture of the Hailey community by providing leadership, advocacy and support for the arts and history.

History

The Hailey Historic Preservation Commission was first formed in March, 2005, and the Hailey Arts Commission was formed in April, 2006.  These commissions worked separately to institute their missions for several years.  In 2013, the two commissions were merged by ordinance into the Hailey Arts and Historic Preservation Commission (HAHPC). Appointments to the Commission are made by the Mayor and approved by the Hailey City Council. Members must have been residents of Blaine County for two years prior to appointment, and must be Hailey residents at the time of appointment. Two members may reside outside the corporate limits of the City of Hailey, but within the City's Area of Impact, or be actively employed in a business which promotes the arts or historic preservation.  The Commission may have no more than 9 and no less than five members.  The term of service for commissioners is three years.

Accomplishments & Resources

Current Projects:

Call for Artists: The City of Hailey and the Hailey Arts and Historic Preservation Commission invites local Idaho artists to submit two-dimentional artwork for a mural exhibition, to be located on the north wall of Jane's Artifact's in Hailey. Please click on the link below for more details.

Mural Exhibition - Call for Artists

Historic Narrative Plaques: The Hailey Arts and Historic Preservation Commission (HAHPC) is finalizing drafts of historic narrative plaques for the following buildings:

  • Alturas Courthouse
  • Alturas/Hiawatha Hotel Site
  • Assay Office/Episcopal Thrift Store
  • The Commercial Building
  • Emmanuel Episcopal Church
  • Ezra Pound House
  • Forest Service Buildings
  • Fox-Worswick House
  • Hailey Community Baptist Church
  • Harris Furniture
  • Liberty Theatre
  • Riley Corner & The Hailey Masonic Lodge
  • St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church
  • Inchausti Home
  • The Golden Rule Building

Past Projects:

City Capital Improvement Projects: The Hailey Arts Commission proposed, and the Mayor and Hailey City Council adopted, Ordinance 999 (in Title 3, Hailey Municipal Code), thereby establishing a Percent for Public Art program. This ordinance mandates that 1.25% of the total construction costs of all city capital improvement projects be set aside and used for public art in the City.


Resources:

Please click on the link below to access the Historic Survey Report: A Reconnaissance Survey of the Old Hailey Townsite.

Historic Survey Report: A Reconnaissance Survey of the Old Hailey Townsite

Contacts

Carol Waller
Email:
carol@cw-communications.com

Daniel Hansen, Chair
Email: hansenmultimedia@gmail.com

Joan Davies
Email: jdavies2348@msn.com


Errin Bliss
Email: errin@blissarchitecture.com


Frank Rowland
Email: flyrod1083@cox.net

Susan Giannettino, Vice Chair
Email: sgiannettino@gmail.com

Toni Whittington
Email: twhitt4@gmail.com

Michele Johnson
Email:svmjay@msn.com

Bryce Ternet
Email:bternet@sunvalleyidaho.gov

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