Little bits are small pieces of art around the Historic Downtown of the City of Manassas created by local artists to add interest and an artistic flair to our charming City. In 2014 a group of artists, City staff and others met to work on a well-known grant for the City. This did not come to fruition, but the group kept meeting and have brought about an art revival in the downtown. Walking along Center Street, you can now see an alley that has a babbling brook; a bench painted like the American Flag; a conduit painted to look like a happy snake; a door that looks like a gothic fountain, a fire hydrant that looks like a Dalmatian, and bricks with tiny artistic renderings.
If you are interested in creating one of these #ManassasArt, view the Artist Release.
If you are interested in creating a more involved piece that qualifies as a Mural, view the Mural Guidelines.
For more information on either project, contact Patrick Small by email or phone at 703-257-8881.