Restonians will be honoring Reston founder Robert E. Simon with activities all this week.
Here is today’s featured event:
Documentary Screening: Levitated Mass By Doug Pray at RCC Hunters Woods, 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 5. Free. This is the story of how a work of public art captivated Los Angeles in 2012. IPAR developed this documentary film. Check out this summary on Reston Community Center’s website to learn more.
Meanwhile, have you seen the “Wooden Horse” public art at Lake Anne Plaza? (See photo above).
The public artwork is a recreation of a piece that was built for the plaza in the 1960s.
It was removed years ago due to deterioration, but this recreation was done by South Lakes High School art teacher and Reston native Marco Rando. It’s a recreation of “Wooden Horse,” which was created for the Plaza in 1965 but eventually deteriorated. Visitors are welcome to climb on the new piece.
The public art is located at the far end of Washington Plaza West (past Heron House).