Mayor's Arts Council
Courtney Arnold | Art teacher at Southside Elementary School
Bryan Chambers | Communications Director for the City of Huntington
Sandra Clements | Community leader in the Fairfield neighborhood and former City Council member from that District. Quilter and member of SPC Piecemakers.
Tyson Compton | Executive Director of the Huntington Convention & Visitors Bureau, writer and community leader
David Seth Cyfers | Proprietor of Ackenpucky Design and artist
John Farley | Part-time artist and Senior Curator for the Huntington Museum of Art
Rosa Lee Vitez Hall | Arts advocate and community activist
Ian Jessee | Executive Director of the Huntington Symphony Orchestra and violinist
Irv Johnson | Cabell County Assessor and photographer
Lauren Kemp | Executive Director of RenewAll, Inc., a main street organization, working to revitalize and develop an Arts & Culture District in West Huntington.
Dave Lavender | Apprenticeship Program Coordinator for the WV Development Department. He is a musician who plays in a regional Appalachian string band with horns. Lavender is the author of two regional travel books, "Dave Trippin: A Daytripper's Guide to the Appalachian Galaxy of Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia" and his new travel book, "Mo' Dave Trippin: A Daytripper’s Guide to the Appalachian Galaxy of Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia and Beyond.”
Margaret Mary Layne, Chair | CEO of Layne Consulting, LLC., arts advocate, former long time executive director of the Huntington Museum of Art and a member of the WV Commission on the Arts
Clint McElroy | Retired radio personality, actor, playwright and an iconic figure in Huntington
Daniel O'Malley | Assistant Professor of English at Marshall University and the City’s inaugural Literary Laureate
Bob Plymale | Vice President for Marshall University in Economic Development and State Senator. Along with others he has spearheaded the restoration of the Keith Albee Theater.
Phoebe Randolph, AIA, LEED AP | Principal with Edward Tucker Architects, Inc. and engaged with volunteer efforts related to economic development, housing, education and the arts.
Sandra Reed | Faculty member of the School of Art & Media at Marshall University, a member of the board of the Cabell-Huntington Convention & Visitors Bureau, and a painter with fine art degrees in painting.
Randall Reid-Smith | Curator of the WV Dept of Arts, Culture & History
Carter Seaton | Artist, author and arts activist
Joanna Sexton | Community leader in the revitalization of Central City and the 14th Street West Corridor
Mary Smirl | Member of H.A.R.T. theater group
Tommy Smirl | Member of H.A.R.T. theater group
Bill Smith | Retired Superintendent of Cabell County Schools and arts advocate
Don Van Horn | Retired Dean of the College of Arts and Media at Marshall University with fine arts degrees in sculpture. He is a furniture maker in his spare time.
Jennifer Wheeler | Development Director at the Huntington Museum of Art, community activist and arts advocate
Jenette Williams | Artist and creative designer at Bullseye Total Media
Mayor Steve Williams | Mayor of the City of Huntington