The Howard County Arts Council (HCAC) has selected the 13 sites and sculptures for ARTsites 2015, its fourth annual public art initiative. The sculptures have been installed during the past month and will remain in place until July 2016.
ARTsites 2015 is a year-long outdoor public art exhibit taking place at 12 sites throughout Howard County. The goal of ARTsites is to place sculpture throughout Howard County in order to engage the community and enhance public spaces. The sculptures will create visual anchor points and increase community access to the arts.
The ARTsites panel selected the host sites and narrowed down the artwork submissions to 30 finalists. The individual sites then selected the work to be installed at their location from among those finalists. The panel consisted of Randy Clay, Howard County Planning & Zoning; Julie Hughes-Jenkins, Corporate Office Properties Trust; Ryan Patterson, Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts; Mary Kay Sigaty, Howard County Council; and Coleen West, HCAC.
Artwork & Host Sites Selected
- “You’re Doing Great,“ by Zac Benson, at East Columbia Branch, Howard County Library System
- “Symbiosis,“ by Jeff Chyatte, at Aida Bistro, Corporate Office Properties Trust
- “Chameleon,“ by David Friedheim & Trisha Kyner, at George Howard Building, Howard County Government
- “Blue Trees & Sky,“ by Cathrin Hoskinson, at North Laurel Community Center, Howard County Recreation & Parks
- “Metamorphosis,“ by Hanna Jubran, at Gary J. Arthur Community Center, Howard County Recreation & Parks
- “The Artists at Work,“ by Edward Kidera, at Columbia Art Center, Long Reach Village Center
- “Aubergine,“ by Jan Kirsh, at Howard County Tourism Welcome Center
- “Chile Pepper 2,“ by Jan Kirsh, at James and Anne Robinson Nature Center
- “Sea Glade,“ by Cathy Perry, at Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center, Howard Community College
- “Wind Song,“ by Bob Turan, at The Arc of Howard County
- “Square Dance,“ by Bob Turan, at Howard County General Hospital
- “Fork, Knife & Spoon Sun,“ by Andrew Yff, at Howard County Library System, Central Branch
- “Global Marker,“ by Glenn Zweygardt, at Wincopin Lakeside Building, Kincade LLC
To learn more about HCAC exhibits and programs, visit www.hocoarts.org or call 410-313-ARTS (2787).