Recordings of past public talks are available here and here.


Saturday Art To-Go Series
Every Saturday in July
Pickup each Saturday from 12–2pm at Reston Town Square Park (across from Greater Reston Arts Center
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Greater Reston Art Center (GRACE), in partnership with the Reston Community Center, welcomes visitors to the Saturday Art To-Go series. This new program allows the community to engage in a social-distance friendly free art project each Saturday. Simply pick up your paper bag with art supplies at GRACE and visit Buoyant Force, a new sculpture by artist Sue Wrbican, located in Reston Town Square Park. Then bring your bag home and look for activity instructions on restonarts.org. Fun for adults and kids alike.

This event is free. No registration required. Activity bags are free and will be available for pickup each Saturday from 12–2pm at the Reston Town Square Park (across from Greater Reston Arts Center). Activities will become available each Saturday on restonarts.org. Supplies are limited to one bag per individual, while supplies last. Sponsored by Reston Community Center.


“So I want to go to art school…”: A panel discussion about applying to college art programs
Saturday, October 17, 57 pm

Wondering how to navigate the application process to a college art program? Want to know how to make your college art portfolio stand out from the rest? Come to Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE) where a panel of professionals will answer your questions about the art school application process and give you tips, information, and feedback on how to strengthen your application to art school. After the panel discussion, the panel members will be on-hand to provide important feedback on your portfolio. Bring your sketchbook and/or portfolio. Panel members may include art educators from George Mason University, Northern Virginia Community College, and Fairfax County Public Schools.

All ages. Free to attend. Sponsored by Reston Community Center. Registration coming soon.