Students at South Lakes High School will debut their seventh temporary public artwork for the Lake Thoreau spillway in early 2021.
The project, titled Part and Parcel, is made largely from repurposed materials in order to draw attention to ”companies and corporations that could have better systems of disposing unused products and materials,” according to a project description.
Students who are the SLHS STEAM team began creating public artwork for the spillway after a Lake Thoreau resident pitched the idea in 2012. Since then, Reston Association worked with Public Art Reston to launch a partnership.
Students who are part of the team and led by local artist and SLHS art teacher Marco Rando, design, develop and construct pieces of public art. Members then present the concepts to RA’s Design Review Board and Public Art Reston’s public art committee.
”By repurposing materials, we are challenging ourselves to create art out of things that would otherwise be deemed trash,” the students wrote.
Photo via Public Art Reston
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