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A “Red Orchard Wall” for Silver Spring’s Fenton Street Urban Park

Tue, 23 Dec 2014 by Amina

After issuing a Request for Design Qualifications to the public in October, The Public Arts Trust and the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County are pleased to announce the selection of an outstanding public art proposal for the Silver Spring/Takoma Park community. Red Orchard Wall by DC-based artist Michael Enn Sirvet is a contemporary outdoor sculpture [...] View Post

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