Emerging Visions: Becoming
March 17–April 7
Opening reception: March 17, 5–7pm

Emerging Visions offers Fairfax County high school students the opportunity to work directly with Greater Reston Arts Center’s (GRACE’s) education staff to create exceptional artworks to be exhibited in the GRACE gallery in celebration of Youth Art Month. Students participating in the 2018 Emerging Visions: Becoming exhibition were encouraged to explore the theme of “becoming” as it relates to the prior GRACE exhibition Sue Wrbican: Well Past the Echo (September 9–November 18, 2017).

The 2018 exhibition includes work from students at Herndon High School, Oakton High School, and South Lakes High School.

The opening reception and exhibition are free and open to the public.

Youth Art Month is generously sponsored in part by


Support art supporters! Visit our friends at The Counter Custom Burgers to create your own burger or choose from one of their signature burgers on fresh greens, sandwiches, or salads. Mention GRACE any day in March and receive a free side or milkshake with purchase of an entrée.*

And, on the opening days of of Emerging Visions: Becoming, March 17, if you mention GRACE The Counter Custom Burgers will donate 20% of your total check to Greater Reston Arts Center!

For the third year running, The Counter Custom Burgers is the Catering Sponsor for our Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival Party, May 19, 7–10pm.

*Limit one per customer.


Skateboard Design Workshop
March 31, 12:30–2pm
Learn about the different types of art in the world of skateboarding as we look at everything from deck graphics to skate videos. Afterward, design and make a miniature skateboard, called a fingerboard, out of simple materials to “skate” on your tabletop. B.Y.O. Board for extra design experience! $45 for residents/$55 for non-residents. More information and registration here