The Art and Architectural Review Board (AARB) reviews and advises the Governor on the acquisition and design of works of art, buildings and structures on property owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia.
AARB meets year-round on a monthly basis and is comprised of six members, to include a designee of the Department of Historic Resources, and five citizen members appointed by the Governor. Agencies are responsible for submitting project information to AARB for its consideration. Information on submission requirements and timelines may be found below.
Date: The next meeting will be on May 5, 2017 at 10 a.m. May Agenda
Location: The Branch Museum, 2501 Monument Avenue, Richmond, 23220
Submissions due by: April 21, 2017 to AARB@dgs.virginia.gov
*Note: meeting agendas will be posted no later than Wednesday the week of the meeting; agencies are responsible for checking the posted agenda to confirm whether their project is on the Consent or Project agenda.
Please send all project submissions and AARB inquiries to AARB@dgs.virginia.gov
Approved Minutes from Recent Meetings
*NOTE: Minutes posted shortly after each meeting are not official (as indicated by the word "DRAFT" at the top of the first page). Official minutes will not be posted until they are approved by the Board at the next meeting and signed by the Director of the Department of General Services. Once signed by the Director, the draft minutes will be removed from the website and the official minutes will be posted (as indicated by the removal of the word "DRAFT"). It is the responsibility of the agency to review the official minutes for final determinations regarding their project(s).
*To request minutes that are not posted, please email AARB@dgs.virginia.gov
Guidelines for Submissions and Presentations (Revised June 2016)
2017 Meeting Dates
Note: The dates listed below are proposed for 2017 and are subject to Board member availability; please check the AARB website for any changes to the final meeting schedule and/or location
Current Board Members
Chair: Robert Mills, Principal/Architect with Commonwealth Architects, Richmond
Vice Chair: Burchell Pinnock, Principal/Architect with Baskervill, Richmond
Sanford Bond, FAIA, Principal/Architect with 3North, Richmond
Calder Loth, Representative for the Department of Historic Resources
Donna Tuten, Artist, Gallery 202; Court Reporter Virginia ABC
Helen Wilson, Landscape Architect with the University of Virginia