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About City of Fairfax Public Art Program

Đổi thẻ game nạp bằng SMS 2019An overarching goal for the City of Fairfax is to develop a distinctive sense of place, both physically and culturally.  To that end, the City must mix its diverse and attractive physical spaces with rich and varied cultural and educational experiences.  This goal can be achieved in part by promoting a robust public art program. 

Please Click here for the Public Art Policy and Guidelines

City of Fairfax Public Art

The Public Art Committee of the City of Fairfax Commission of the Arts meets monthly to discuss new public art locations and places to bring public art to the city.  Below are some highlights of the City's public art collection.

Statue of a Dancer

Đổi thẻ game nạp bằng SMS 2019"The Dancer" (2016) Chris Erny

 Shiny metal bird

"Peace Bird" Đổi thẻ game nạp bằng SMS 2019(2020) Michael Cain

Signal Box Wraps

Spirits Rising Signal Box Wrap    Signal Box Wrap of Rocks

"Spirits Rising" (2020) Rosemary Gallick    "Rocks" (2020) Nicholas Cornell 

Business-Driven Public Art

The City of Fairfax Commission on the Arts and Public Art Committee work closely with the Board of Architecture Review to identify great locations for public art in new developments in the city!  If you are a business owner in the city and interested in adding public art to your property, email Cultural Arts Manager, Megan DuBois for more information.

Scout on the Circle

Big Dogwoods on parking garage

Đổi thẻ game nạp bằng SMS 2019"Dogwoods" (2020) Amanda Lutz

Point 50 Murals

Mural on Point 50

Corn Car driven by a red monster in front of Diner 29       Dasherhounds infront of Old Town Hall

Đổi thẻ game nạp bằng SMS 2019"Fairfax Murals" (2020) MADSTEEZ

Call for Art

Stay tuned for more future Calls for Art.  If you would like to be notified of the next call, email Megan DuBois.