Leesburg Town Hall Hosts Inspiring Student Art Exhibition from Academies of Loudoun

Town Hall Art Exhibit

In Leesburg, VA, the local Commission on Public Art (COPA) has unveiled a captivating new art exhibition at the Leesburg Town Hall, located at 25 West Market Street. This exhibit, titled “Mixed Media by Deborah Tripp,” showcases an impressive collection of 65 artworks created by students from the Academies of Loudoun.

Art enthusiasts and community members are invited to an open house event scheduled for Friday, December 1, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., offering a unique opportunity to explore this creative display. The exhibition is set to be a highlight in the town’s cultural calendar and will be available for public viewing through February 2024. Anyone seeking further details about this exhibition can reach out to Deborah Tripp at her email: Deborah.tripp@lcps.org.

The first-floor lobby and hallway of the Leesburg Town Hall are known for featuring rotating exhibits by talented artists from Leesburg and Loudoun County. Artists interested in having their work showcased in future exhibits are encouraged to contact Leah Kosin, the staff liaison to the Commission on Public Art, at lkosin@leesburgva.gov. This ongoing initiative reflects the town’s commitment to celebrating local art and providing a platform for emerging artists in the community.