Meeting of the Commission of Fine Arts
21 March 2013
10:00 A.M. CONVENE, Suite 312, 401 F Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001-2728
A. Approval of minutes:
B. Dates of next meetings:
C. Report on the Charles Atherton Memorial Lecture and the Commission of Fine Arts centennial publication.
II. Submissions and Reviews
Appendix I – Direct Submission Consent Calendar
Appendix II – Shipstead-Luce Act Submissions
Appendix III – Old Georgetown Act Submissions
B. National Park Service
CFA 21/MAR/13–1, National Mall. Center lawn panels (#18 through 26) between 7th and 14th Streets. Phases II and III, reconstruction of the turf and soil, and installation of an irrigation system and new granite curbs and gutters. Final. (Previous: CFA 20/SEP/12–2)
C. General Services Administration
CFA 21/MAR/13–2, Federal Office Building #8, 200 C Street, SW. Public art installation on plaza by artist Jessica Stockholder. Concept.
D. Department of the Army
CFA 21/MAR/13–3, Fort McNair, Building 18, Corner of B and Canal Streets, SW. New vehicular storage facility and operations building for U.S. Army Transportation Agency (White House). Concept.
E. District of Columbia Department of General Services
1. CFA 21/MAR/13–4, St. Elizabeths East Gateway Pavilion, 2700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue, SE (East Campus of St. Elizabeths, 1100 Alabama Avenue, SE). Temporary pavilion for food vendors, farmers market, and community uses. Final. (Previous: CFA 21/FEB/13–4)
2. CFA 21/MAR/13–5, Horace Mann Elementary School, 4430 Newark Street, NW. Building renovation and addition. Concept. (Previous: CFA 20/SEP/12–5)
3. CFA 21/MAR/13–6, Powell Elementary School, 1350 Upshur Street, NW. Building renovation and additions. Concept.
F. District of Columbia Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development
CFA 21/MAR/13–7, Justice Park Apartments, 1421 Euclid Street, NW. New multi–unit residential building. Final.
G. Department of the Treasury / U.S. Mint
1. CFA 21/MAR/13–8, Congressional Gold Medal for Raoul Wallenberg. Design for a gold medal and a duplicate in bronze. Final.
2. CFA 21/MAR/13–9, National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin program. Reverse design for five–dollar gold, one–dollar silver, and half–dollar clad coins. Final.
3. CFA 21/MAR/13–10, 2013 Presidential One Dollar Coin Program–First Spouses. Designs for the seventh set of five ten–dollar gold coins and bronze medals: Ida McKinley, Edith Roosevelt, Helen Taft, Ellen Wilson (1913–14), and Edith Wilson (1915–21). Final. (Previous: CFA 20/OCT/11–4, 2012 issues)
Last Modified: March 29, 2013