The Initiative for Public Art—Reston (IPAR) will celebrate another year of making art and culture a vibrant part of everyday part of life at its IPAR Annual Reception, at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 15 at Midtown, Reston Town Center.
The public is invited to join the party, which honors the people, businesses and organizations that have contributed to the achievements and growth of IPAR and make public art a reality in Reston.
This year’s honorees will be announced at the reception. IPAR officers will also discuss plans for new projects.
A live auction, conducted by Del. Ken Plum, includes: a chef’s table for eight at Mon Ami Gabi restaurant in Reston Town Center; a one-night stay at the Hyatt Regency Reston and a gift certificate for dinner at Morton’s; an original necklace by artist Pam Tobey; two tickets to any show of choice at Reston Community Center’s CenterStage; two tickets to Greater Reston Arts Center’s annual Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival pre-party, and more.
Catering is by Chef Cynthia Stowers and culinary arts students from South Lakes High School. Music will be provided by the South Lakes High School String Quartet .
Join in the celebration! Single $50 tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, visit the IPAR website at, www.publicartreston.com
To read about The Reston Museum's exhibit on public art in Reston, click here.