Falon Land studio is shortlisted for new public art projects at the Maury Elementary and Addison-Hyde schools in Washington DC. In April, we will present a full concept design for each location to the schools and the commissioning agency, the Department of General Services, and the stakeholders who oversee the percent for art in DC schools program…..
The Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona has accepted Falon Mihalic as a pre-qualified public artist. We look forward to pursuing environmental art projects in the desert southwest in the near future.
Phase one of the Field Elementary school playground is set to open Sunday, April 7th. Please join the Friends of Field, the kids, and the Houston Dynamo street team for a fundraising auction and soccer event from 2-4pm. The first phase of the playground design includes a new soccer field and walking track. Phase two includes natural areas, a frogland with rainwater harvesting, native plantings, and a stump jump…..
Falon Mihalic has been invited to create a site-specific work of land art for the Spring 2019 performance of John Luther Adams’ Inuksuit at Rice University in Houston, Texas. Produced in partnership with the Humanities Research Center Spatial Studies initiative, the work is funded by the Mellon Foundation with collaboration from the Moody Center for the Arts and Rice Public Art. The performance will take place Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 4pm in the live oak grove near Entrance one on the Rice University campus.
RISD graduate thesis book selected for exhibition…
Today we’d like to introduce you to Falon Mihalic.
Thanks for sharing your story with us Falon. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there…….
"Stories from the Florida Panhandle" is an essay with a series of collages by Falon Mihalic published in the most recent issue of Tempor Magazine. Digital and print copies of the magazine along with limited edition prints of the collages are available here.
Falon Mihalic and Ross Wienert won a Let Creativity Happen! Grant as part of the city’s initiative to support “innovative ideas that redefine artistic boundaries”. The project is an interactive sculpture that responds to the weather environmental conditions and will be installed along the Columbia Tap Rail Trail in Houston’s Third Ward. Using programmed LED lights, the work will respond to Houston’s weather variations in temperature, light, and rainfall as it changes over the course of several months. This project is funded in part by the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance.
Falon Mihalic to be interviewed on Landscape Architecture podcast. Subscribe here to be notified of its release.
We won! With support from Kaboom and Target, we are implementing two interactive public art projects for kids in Houston.....