Meeting of the Commission of Fine Arts
15 May 2014
10:00 A.M. CONVENE, Suite 312, 401 F Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001–2728
A. Approval of minutes:
B. Dates of next meetings:
C. Anniversary of the establishment of the Commission of Fine Arts, 17 May 1910, and the Shipstead–Luce Act, 16 May 1930.
D. Report on the 2014 National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs Program
II. Submissions and Reviews
Appendix I – Direct Submission Consent Calendar
Appendix II – Shipstead–Luce Act Submissions
Appendix III – Old Georgetown Act Submissions
B. U.S. Department of Agriculture
CFA 15/MAY/14–1, Jamie L. Whitten Federal Building and South Building (USDA headquarters complex), 14th Street and Independence Avenue, SW. People's Garden site improvements and perimeter security plan. Concept. (Previous: CFA 16/JAN/14–4)
C. Department of Defense
CFA 15/MAY/14–2, Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia. New visitor's screening facility at main building entrance adjacent to the Metro station. Concept. (Previous: CFA 17/APR/14–2)
D. District of Columbia Department of General Services
CFA 15/MAY/14–3, Chuck Brown Memorial Park (Langdon Park), 20th and Franklin Streets, NE. New memorial to musician Chuck Brown. Final. (Previous: CFA 17/APR/2014–5)
F. United States Mint
1. CFA 15/MAY/14–4, 2015 March of Dimes Commemorative Coin Program. Designs for a one–dollar silver coin. Final.
2. CFA 15/MAY/14–5, Congressional Gold Medals honoring the Fallen Heroes of 9/11. Designs for three medals: one for each site impacted by the terrorist attacks of 2001 (with bronze duplicates). Final.
3. CFA 15/MAY/14–6, Congressional Gold Medals honoring the Native American code talkers of World War I and World War II. Designs for a gold medal (with silver and bronze duplicates) for the Crow Tribe. Final. (Previous: CFA 21/NOV/13–a)
Last Modified: May 28, 2014