LEGISLATURE - JOINT LEGISLATIVE ARTS COMMITTEE - DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL ADMINISTRATION - ART
RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORKS OF ART IN LEGISLATIVE BUILDING Identification of the respective powers and responsibilities of the Joint Legislative Arts Committee, the State Capitol Committee, the Department of General Administration and the respective houses for the selection, acquisition and subsequent control over works of art in the Legislative Building.
LEGISLATURE - ART - DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
ABILITY AND AUTHORITY FOR REMOVAL OF ART IN THE WASHINGTON STATE SENATE CHAMBER (1) While the Washington State Senate may request removal of artwork in the Senate Chamber, the actual removal is subject to the approval and cooperation of the Department of General Administration. (2) Minimal risk of financial exposure would exist if the artwork in the Senate Chamber is removed in accordance with the applicable statutory provision. (3) It is the responsibility of the Department of General Administration to determine whether and where the artwork can be hung following removal from the Senate Chamber. (4) We find no basis to support the granting of injunctive relief to prevent removal of the artwork in the Senate Chamber under the contract between the Department of General Administration and the artist.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - CAPITOL COMMITTEE - DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL ADMINISTRATION - CAPITOL
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- CAPITOL COMMITTEE ‑- DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL ADMINISTRATION ‑- CAPITOL Review of the functions of the state capitol committee with respect to its various powers of approval or disapproval of particular state building projects on state owned property.