Good public art reflects the history and values of the place in which the art is situated. It increases the cultural, social and even economic value of that community.
Join Diane Ruggiero from the City's Office of the Arts, and Library staff to learn about the history of public art and architecture at libraries around the world, and in your own back yard. This presentation will include information and updates about the public art slated for the Burke Branch Library at 4701 Seminary Road, Alexandria, VA 22304.
Public Art in Alexandria
Permanent and temporary works of art have been planned in collaboration with the community and executed by artists with the specific intention of existing in the public realm, accessible to all. Click here for more background information on the Burke Branch Library project and to learn about other Public Art in Alexandria.
** This event image is a concept drawing of the Burke Public Art project. Image provided courtesy of Project One Studio.