CFA review of public buildings in the District of Columbia proposed by the federal or District of Columbia governments established.
CFA review of new structures and matters of art proposed by the federal government in the District of Columbia established.
CFA review of the design of medals, insignia, and coins produced by the federal government and the designs of statues, fountains, and monuments in the District of Columbia established.
CFA review and approval of the design of memorials in American cemeteries outside the United States commemorating the service of American Armed Forces established.
CFA review of plans for construction or alteration of private and semi-public buildings fronting or abutting certain public areas in Washington, D.C., established.
vol. 47, part 1, ch. 269, pp. 322-324,
S. 4739.1; Public, No. 187.1,
Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1933
Shipstead-Luce Act amended to include Lafayette Park within the geographic area of the Act’s jurisdiction.
CFA review and approval of plans for construction, alteration, reconstruction, or razing of any building within a defined geographic area in Georgetown established.
The National Capital Planning Commission created requiring CFA advice on selection of lands suitable for the development of the National Capital park, parkway, and playground system.
Provision of heraldic services by the Secretary of the Army authorized, with CFA advisory design review upon request established.
The National Cultural Center within the Smithsonian Institution established requiring CFA approval of building plans and specifications.
AN ACT To amend the Act relating to the Commission of Fine Arts.
The National Cultural Center renamed John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; CFA chairman named ex officio member of the board.
A curator for the White House and a Committee for the Preservation of the White House, including participation by the CFA chairman, created.
The National Foundation for the Arts and Humanities with a Federal Council to advise the Foundation, including participation by the CFA chairman, created.
Indemnity agreements for loans of art on exhibition in the United States and elsewhere entered into by the Federal Council, including participation by the CFA chairman, authorized.
Standards for the placement of commemorative works on federal lands within the District of Columbia established; CFA approval of site and design proposals for commemorative works required.
Administration of program (National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs) to support artistic and cultural programs in the National Capital transferred from National Endowment for the Humanities to CFA.
Definitions, siting, and design review processes, and other aspects of the CWA revised and clarified.
CFA advisory role on the design of monuments in Arlington National Cemetery established.