The Arts Council of Fairfax County was recognized by Americans for the Arts’ Public Art Network (PAN) Year in Review program for its Imagine Art Here: Tysons Tiles temporary public art and engagement project with artist Julia Vogl. “We are delighted to have Imagine Art Here: Tysons Tiles selected for the 2015 public art Year in Review,” said Linda S. Sullivan, president and and CEO of the Arts Council of Fairfax County. “We’ve had wonderful public participation in this project and great community support. We look forward to continuing Imagine Art Here as a public art and community engagement series throughout the county.” The Arts Council is currently in the process of planning two new Imagine Art Here projects -- at Seven Corners and Springfield -- to be carried out in 2017-18. Working with Fairfax County government, National Endowment for the Arts, corporate sponsors, and community partners the Arts Council will continue to engage, inspire, and provide a vision for future public art in Fairfax County. Imagine Art Here: Tysons Tiles can be viewed at http://www.americansforthearts.org/by-program/networks-and-councils/public-art-network/pan-year-in-review-database.
To find out more about the artist Julia Vogl, visit http://www.juliavogl.com.