The Greater Reston Arts Center will welcome Washington, DC, artist Renee Stout to the gallery Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. to talk about her work in GRACE's current exhibition, Campaign Re/Form.
For the Campaign Re/Form show, she created a double-sided panel, Thoughts of a 99-Percenter, an observation on the Occupy Movement. She says it draws on her fascination with hand-painted signs.
Stout works in a variety of media, including painting, mixed media sculpture, photography and installation.
Joining Stout will be New York writer, artist and musician Paul D. Miller, also known as "DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid."
DJ Spooky is currently an artist in residence at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
For Campaign Re/Form he created the campaign flag/poster that is covering many of the office windows and on display in the exhibition.
Admission to the gallery and gallery talk is free.
To read more about Campaign Re/Form, in which artists conceptualize political campaigns and the GRACE gallery is turned into a campaign office, click here.