More than 50 artists will transform the Greater Reston Arts Center into a working art station at the center’s “Monster Drawing Rally” on Saturday from 1 – 5:30 p.m.
Artists will turn GRACE’s gallery into a public performance theater by creating artwork on-site using various media. The event is designed as a fundraiser for the center. Audience members can purchase artwork for $75 per piece as it is created. If there are multiple bids for the same piece, a drawing wll be used to select the winner of the piece.
The event will also include a monster rally for children in a separate area. Children can create their own artwork and hang it for public display. A cash bar for attendees 21 years and older will also be on on-site.
Participated artists include Sondra Arkin, Timothy Devenney and Josh Whipkey. Admission is free, but RSVPS are requested online.
Photo courtesy of Southern Exposure via GRACE
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