Community Art Project with Steve Prince
The 11th Annual Rockville Arts Festival will be held Saturday, May 6-Sunday, May 7 in Rockville Town Square.
We’re excited to announce our collaboration with renowned mixed media artist and master printmaker Steve Prince, Director of Engagement and Distinguished Artist In Residence at the Muscarelle Museum of Art at William and Mary.
Whether you’re an artist or a wannabe, whatever your age or abilities, you’re welcome to collaborate with Prince on a fun, meaningful art project that showcases the inner artist in all of us and highlights how creativity can be a shared experience that leads to inclusivity.
Stop by to paint a puzzle piece in your own artistic style; Prince will fit it into his design to complete the puzzle and create a unique work of art that’s reflective of our diverse community.
Prince’s practice focuses on social justice. His work has been shown in solo, group, and juried exhibitions around the world. He’s also an in-demand lecturer and educator who’s conducted workshops across the globe.
Prince has a BFA from Xavier University of Louisiana and an MFA from Michigan State University. He’s a 2020 recipient of a Virginia Museum of Fine Arts grant and has participated in several residencies, including Segura Arts Center at Notre Dame University, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, the Atlanta Printmakers Studio, and the University of Iowa.