Attorney Wylie Aitken of Anaheim appointed to California Arts Council by Governor
Two other members also recently appointed by Schwarzenegger to the state's arts agency
Governor Schwarzenegger's office announced on March 4, 2010, that Wylie Aitken of Anaheim has been appointed to the California Arts Council. Aitken has been a founding partner of Aitken, Aitken, Cohn Law Corporation since 1971. He is a trustee and board president of the South Coast Repertory Theater and Orange County Performing Arts. Aitken is chair of the Board of Visitors of Chapman University Law School and a trustee of Chapman University. SEE PRESS RELEASE.
Aitken is the third of a recent round of appointments by Governor Schwarzenegger to the state's arts agency. Andrew Green of Oakland (management consulting) and Terry Lenihan of Los Angeles (arts education professor) were appointed in late February. SEE PRESS RELEASE.
The California Arts Council consists of 11 appointed members, nine from the Governor, one from the Assembly, and one from the Senate. Terms are for four years. SEE MORE ABOUT COUNCILMEMBERS.