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  • Designing the Nation's Capital: The 1901 Plan for Washington, D.C.

    The Commission of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the publication of their book, Designing the Nation's Capital: The 1901 Plan for Washington, D.C. Edited by Sue Kohler, the Commission's historian, and Pamela Scott, an independent scholar and author, Designing the Nation's Capital is a collection...

  • Pamela Nelson Reappointed to the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts

    The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts is pleased to announce that on 18 September 2005, President Bush reappointed Pamela Nelson to a second four-year term as a member.

    Mrs. Nelson is a Dallas-based artist and educator with public art projects in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Her work has been exhibited...

  • Earl A. Powell, III Elected Chairman of the U.S. Commission Of Fine Arts

    The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts announces its decision on May 19 to name Earl A. Powell III, Director of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, to succeed architect David Childs, FAIA, as the new Chairman of the Commission. At the same meeting, the Commission voted the artist Pamela Nelson of...

  • Thomas Luebke Named Secretary to the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts

    The members of the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts are pleased to announce that Thomas Luebke, AIA, has been selected to serve as Secretary to the Commission. An architect with experience in planning and historic preservation in both public and private sectors, Mr. Luebke has been directly involved for...