Granbury Cultural Arts Commission

Granbury is distinctive for providing vibrancy and unity to our historical assets, local culture, and arts to stimulate economic development and tourism. The architecture and history, a focal point of the area, is brought to life yearly through festivals and events coinciding with the Historic Downtown Square and its many wonderful restaurants, wineries, boutiques, retail, and much more. 
The Granbury Arts Commission, GranburyArts, will continue to evolve through collaboration with the cultural arts partners to promote the City of Granbury into an artistic hub of all art forms which will engage residents and visitors alike in the creative life of the community with lively, imaginative exhibits and cultural attractions.

What is GranburyArts

About Us

Granbury Cultural Arts Commission
Meeting Dates and Times
Generally the 3rd Thursday of each month at 10:30 a.m., or as necessary.

Meeting Location
Visit Granbury, 201 E Pearl St. Ste A101, Granbury, TX 76048

Duties and Qualifications 
The Commission is tasked with developing a Public Arts Policy and Master Plan to be adopted by the City Council, and presenting a biannual "state of the arts" assessment to the Council. The Commission also works cooperatively with private citizens, foundations, corporations, institutions, and agencies committed to the preservation and development of programs and activities related to the arts and makes recommendations on art-related expenditures.

The Granbury Cultural Arts Commission Board consists of seven (7) members at large; four (4) of which must be City of Granbury residents.
This board serves two (2) year terms and members cannot serve more than three (3) consecutive terms. (Applies after the initial staggered terms are completed.)
Ex Officio (non-voting) members: City Manager or his/her designee
(Established by Ord. 18-42)