"Tunnel Vision" Public Art Project

"Tunnel Vision" Public Art Project

A reception for artists, sponsors and media to honor the selected artists.

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Artists, sponsors and media gathered on Thursday, May 17 to celebrate the opening of "Tunnel Vision," a public art exhibition to be hung in the pedestrian tunnel that runs under Wisconsin Avenue to the Bethesda Metro station in downtown Bethesda

The public art initiative was made possible through a partnership with Montgomery County, the Bethesda Urban Partnership and the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District.

The artists were chosen from nearly 200 submissions. Painting, photography and digital imagery in both traditional and contemporary styles are all represented among the artwork chosen.

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