Environmental Public Art Project
The Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council (PGAHC) and the Prince George’s County Department of Environmental Resources (DER) have partnered in the County’s first Environmental Public Art Program (EPAP). The first installation will be placed in a prominent location at DER’s new headquarters in Largo. The project plans invite multiple sites in collaboration with cities, municipalities and community organizations throughout the County.
Two Art in Public Places Opportunities
Prince George’s County Art in Public Places Program has two requests for qualifications (RFQ). These public art opportunities pertain to the Laurel Library and the District VII Police Station, Fort Washington. Details can be found on the PGAHC Public Art page or by downloading the RFQs below.
Download Laurel Library RFQ
Download District VII Police Station RFQ.
7th Annual Hyattsville Arts Festival
The Hyattsville Community Development Corporation will present the Annual Downtown Hyattsville Arts Festival along Baltimore Ave. (Route 1) and Jefferson St. on Saturday, September 13, 2014, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Over 70 visual artists and artisans, musicians and dancers will gather and be featured along the neighborhood streets of Arts District Hyattsville, showcasing the talented arts community in Hyattsville and the Gateway Arts District. For dates,times and schedules visit: Hyattsville Arts Festival