David De Celis MArch ’98 Begins Third Year as Chairman of City of Cambridge Public Art Commission

David De Celis MArch ’98 is celebrating his second anniversary, and beginning his third year, as Chairman of the City of Cambridge Public Art Commission (PAC). A member of the Commission since 2013, De Celis is a longtime advocate for the visual and performing arts. He founded DCM Design, a multi-disciplined design firm based in Cambridge, MA, in 1997, and recently established a new professional partnership, DCVL Design, with Amy Van Lauwe. PAC’s six member commission provides guidance and advice for the administration and implementation of the City’s Public Art/Percent-for-Art Ordinance.

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Image: De Celis visits the first completed art project in Cambridge during his tenure as Chair of PAC, On the Other Side by artists Chat Travieso and Yeju Choi. Provided.