Resident Artists: Marni Maree, Britt Conley, Joan Hutten, Dean McIntyre & Live Art Display by Fernando Osorio Featured in Center
Tysons Corner Center announces a new art collaboration with the Workhouse Arts Center, a nonprofit organization that offers visual and performing arts education and events, and a variety of community engagement opportunities.. Tysons Corner Center will host artists’ works from the Workhouse Arts Center at a public art installation to be displayed through early June.
Tysons Corner Center has partnered with the Workhouse Arts Center, a project of the Workhouse Arts Foundation, to display the work from five resident artists within the center. This installation marks Tysons second partnership with a local arts foundation, aimed at supporting local talent and community artists by showcasing activations within the shopping center.
About the Exhibition
- Resident artists from the Workhouse: Marni Maree, Britt Conley, Joan Hutten and Dean McIntyre were all chosen to display selected pieces on Tysons’ Art wall. This exhibit features a wide range of visual art by artists of a diverse background. These artists were specially selected to showcase diversity in watercolor, infrared photography, ink, and fiber art. [Upper level, Macy’s Court, next to Kung Fu Tea)
- On the Upper Level of Macy’s Court (next to LOFT), Fernando Osorio created a live original mural painting, called “Pathways”. Fernando’s educational background in art and design, influences his style in modern art by capturing the “realms of spirituality”. During the center hours, from Monday – Friday, 10am – 3pm, shoppers witnessed his work created in real-time, and are now able to enjoy his completed work.
In addition, the Workhouse will be holding a variety of activities during the Summer on the Plaza program schedule such as art workshops, mind-body exercise classes, design your own flower making classes and more. More details can be found here.
To learn more visit www.TysonsCornerCenter.com.
About Tysons Corner Center
One of the nation’s top-performing shopping centers, the 2 million-square-foot Tysons Corner Center is anchored by Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, Macy’s, and a 16-screen AMC Theatres. The shopping center offers more than 300 specialty stores, including popular digitally native brands, plus restaurants, and attracts more than 20 million visitors annually.
To learn more, visit www.tysonscornercenter.com.
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About Workhouse Arts Center
The Workhouse Arts Center, a project of the Workhouse Arts Foundation, helps to grow and support a vibrant arts center that offers engaging opportunities and inspiring experiences for all in visual and performing arts, education classes, historical perspective, community engagement and personal enrichment. The Workhouse is housed at a unique historical property—a 55-acre portion of the DC Correctional Complex’s former campus in Lorton, VA that dates back to 1910. After the complex’s closure in 2001, Fairfax County leadership and an adaptive reuse task force transformed the site into a community arts center where people could learn about, participate in, and be inspired by the region’s and nation’s best visual and performing arts talent, and come together for festivals and community building. Opened in 2008, the Workhouse Arts Center now curates and presents a dozen art exhibitions from local, regional, and national artists. It houses nearly 65 resident and associate artists who produce 70-plus annual shows, presents 300 performing arts events and offers over 300 education classes, engaging nearly 100,000 people annually.