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Boards and Commissions

Arts & Museums

Utah Arts Council: The Board of Directors of the Utah Arts Council is a policy-making board composed of 13 members, each appointed to a four-year term by the Governor. More info >>

Museum Services Advisory Board: The Advisory Board for the Office of Museum Services is composed of 11 members, each appointed to a four-year term by the Governor. More info >>

State Library

The Utah State Library Board: The State Library Board is comprised of nine members. One member is recommended from the State Office of Education, Board of Control of the State Law Library, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel, and the Utah System of Higher Education. Of the five remaining members at least two shall be appointed from rural areas. More info >>

State History

The Board of State History consists of eleven members appointed by the Governor for four-year terms. More info >>

Multicultural Affairs

The Multicultural Commission is chaired by the Lt. Governor and is composed of members appointed by the Governor. More info >>

Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Commission: Members of the MLK Commission are appointed by the governor. More info >>

Indian Affairs

Native American Legislative Liaison Committee: The Native American Legislative Liaison Committee (NALLC), is composed of 11 members, seven from the House of Representatives and four from the Senate. More info >>

Native American Remains Review Committee: The Committee is composed of seven members, four appointed by the director from nominations submitted by Indian tribes, and three appointed by the director from nominations submitted by representatives of repositories. More info >>

U Serve Utah

The Utah Commission on Service and Volunteerism is an active Board of Commissioners (up to 17-members) appointed by the Lieutenant Governor to support volunteerism in Utah. More info >>