Reston: The Art of Community ExhibitionOctober 14-November 26
Reston: The Art of Community exhibition will open at the Reston Museum on Saturday, October 14th, in conjunction with the 16th Annual Reston Home Tour. A freestanding exhibit developed by Public Art Reston in collaboration with the Reston Historic Trust & Museum, Reston: The Art of Community showcases the legacy of public art in Reston and the planned community’s collection of outdoor sculptures and public artworks. Reston: The Art of Community is presented in celebration of Public Art Reston's 10th anniversary. The exhibition will be on display at the Reston Museum through November 26, 2017.
October 26th ~ 5:30-7pm
At Reston Museum
On Thursday, October 26th, the Reston Historic Trust & Museum and Public Art Reston will co-host a reception at the Reston Museum from 5:30pm to 7:00pm to celebrate the exhibition Reston: The Art of Community. The reception is open to the public, but reservations are requested. Contact the Reston Historic Trust & Museum at or 703-709-7700 to RSVP.
October 26th ~ 7pm
Jo Ann Rose Gallery, RCC
On October 26th, the exhibition reception will be followed by a screening of Peabody Award Winning director Rebekah Wingert Jabi’s Fun, Beauty, Fantasy: Reston’s Public Art and A Bird in the Hand - Patrick Dougherty’s Sculptural Installation in Reston, VA (2015) at 7pm in the Jo Ann Rose Gallery, Reston Community Center Lake Anne. A Q&A will follow the screening. The program is free and open to all. As seating can be limited, reservations are encouraged for this program. Contact the Reston Historic Trust & Museum at or 703-709-7700 to RSVP.
Public Art Reston
Public Art Reston, formerly the Initiative on Public Art Reston, is currently celebrating their 10th anniversary as they continue in their mission to inspire an ongoing commitment to public art and create a new generation of artworks in Reston. Want more information on the legacy of public art in Reston and current pieces? Visit Public Art Reston's website, explore the Public Art Archives, or take a self-guided tour of public art at Lake Anne.
The programs of the Reston Historic Trust & Museum and Public Art Reston are supported in part by the Reston Community Center.