Two artists have been chosen for a public art project being planned at the Brattleboro courthouse. And they’ll exhibit their preliminary ideas for it later this week.
Julia Zanes and Donald Saaf have been recommended to design and oversee the fabrication and installation of art at the building. It houses the family court and Vermont District Court.
They’ll make a presentation Thursday at Brooks Memorial Library. The public is being invited to weigh in with their thoughts on the concepts.
The project is part of an art in state buildings program, a partnership between the Vermont Arts Council and the state Department of Buildings and General Services.