January-February 2017, Arlington Magazine
Vivian Beer’s Dressed Up and Pinned is a Shoe In
December, 28, 2016, The Washington Post
Ever wondered about the heroic murals in Arlington’s main post office?
October 10, 2016, Inside NoVa
Put the “I” into C_vic: Arlington public art initiative goes interactive
September 27, 2016, Arlington County Newsroom
Arlington County Board Paves Way for New Ballston Quarter Pedestrian Bridge
July-August 2016, Arlington Magazine
The Story Behind the New Deal Murals in Clarendon’s Post Office
July 25, 2016, Rosslyn BID
Dark Star Park featured to commemorate Dark Star Park Day on August 1st
April 21, 2016, CODAmagazine
Wave Arbor by Doug Hollis featured in CODAmagazine
March 2, 2016, CurbedDC
Design team selected for Ballston Quarter Pedestrian Bridge
February 25, 2016
Two Arlington Public Art Projects win Design Arlington 2015 Merit Awards – Arlington Boulevard by Vicki Scuri and Ripple (Water Pollution Control Plant Fence Enhancement) by Tejo Remy & Rene Veenhuizen
September 8, 2015, CODAwards
CODA Top 100 Awards includes Vicki Scuri’s Arlington Boulevard
August 26, 2015, Americans for the Arts’ Artsblog
How to create award-winning public art
August 1, 2015, The Washington Post
For a fleeting moment everything aligns at Rosslyn’s Dark Star Park
May 29, 2015, Washington Diplomat
Architecture of Nation’s Capital Reflects International Influence
Spring/Summer 2015, Public Art Review
Meet Virginia: Longevity and creativity make Arlington’s public art collection notable
May 22, 2015, Pho Nho Vietnamese Weekly Newspaper
Echoes of Little Saigon
March 2015, Government Engineering
Highway Project Meets Tough Challenges
Spring 2015, ArchitectureDC
Public Art: Hybrids of Art & Architecture Adorn the Washington Area
October 27, 2014, ARLnow
Art Installation Lights Up Route 50 at Courthouse
August 4, 2014, Washington City Paper
At 30, Dark Star Park Marks the Birth of Rosslyn’s Public Art Efforts
July 2014, Landscape Architecture
Found Energy: Cliff Garten
July/August 2014, Arlington Magazine
July 2014, Where Magazine
Open Air Sculp-tour
May 2014, Northern Virginia magazine
Touring Arlington’s Eclectic Public Art
Step into the Studio: Jann Rosen-Queralt
Moving Pictures – Art on the ART Bus
April 8, 2013
In Rosslyn, Yarn-Bombing Has Begun
April 8, 2013
Rosslyn Gets ‘Yarn Bombed’
February 12, 2013, Americans for the Arts’ Artsblog
Public Art Assessment and Conservation
Arlington, Virginia is the Place for Cutting-Edge Art
November 8, 2012
August 7, 2012
Studio Visit > Cliff Garten
Public Art Program Enhances Arlington County
September 9, 2011
Arlington Arts Field Guide: The Public Art Recap Route
Public art and walking: Good for the mind and body.
August 30, 2011
Arlington Arts Field Guide: It’s the Simple Things in … Art?
Because public art doesn’t have to be bold or flashy.
August 16, 2011
Arlington Arts Field Guide: Brighter is Better
It’s the art you can’t help but look at.
July 26, 2011
Arlington Arts Field Guide: Barcroft Park
One piece of good public art leads inevitably to another.
July 15, 2011
Happy Median: Amid Traffic, Beacons of Beauty
CO2LED in Rosslyn.
July 5, 2011
Arlington Arts Field Guide: “UNTITLED”
It’s the unnamed public art.
June 28, 2011
Public Art Field Guide: ‘David, Haggit and Adoniyya’
It’s the art that’s tucked out of sight.
June 14, 2011
Public Art Field Guide: Spielschiff
The art your kids can play on.
May 1, 2011
Public Art Field Guide: Invisible Forces
The art you pass on your daily stroll.
April 23, 2011
Public Art Field Guide: Flame
The art you Metro right under every day.
April 17, 2011
Public Art Field Guide: Helix
The art you walk right by.
April 12, 2011
Public Art Field Guide: Cupid’s Garden
The art you walk by everyday.
December 11, 2008
Lighting the Way in Rosslyn
November 28 – December 4, 2008
Arlington hopes new art electrifies Rosslyn area
December 4, 2007
‘Play Ship’ Sails into Arlington
February 6, 2005
Windows A Real Find For Gallery
January 5-11, 2005
Restored To Light