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Meeting of the Commission of Fine Arts

16 May 2013

10:00 A.M. CONVENE, Suite 312, 401 F Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001–2728

I. Administration

A. Approval of minutes:
18 April 2013

B. Dates of next meetings:
20 June 2013
18 July 2013
19 September 2013

Approval to reschedule the September meeting of the Old Georgetown Board from Thursday 5 September 2013 to Wednesday 4 September 2013.

Note: As previously adopted, Wednesday 3 July 2013 will be the July date for the Old Georgetown Board meeting and the Commission submission deadline, due to the Thursday holiday.

C. Anniversary of the establishment of the Commission of Fine Arts, 17 May 1910, and the Shipstead–Luce Act, 16 May 1930.

D. Report on the Charles Atherton Memorial Lecture of 15 May 2013.

E. Report on the 2013 National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs Program.

F. Report on the approval last month of two objects for acquisition by the Freer Gallery of Art.

II. Submissions and Reviews

A. Appendices

Appendix I – Direct Submission Consent Calendar

Appendix II – Shipstead–Luce Act Submissions

Appendix III – Old Georgetown Act Submissions

B. Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority

CFA 16/MAY/13–1, Union Station Metro Station, 1st Street, NE. Enlarged entranceway with new ramp, stair, and canopy. Concept.

C. District of Columbia Public Library

CFA 16/MAY/13–2, Woodridge Neighborhood Library, 1801 Hamlin Street, NE (at the intersection of Rhode Island Avenue and 18th Street). New replacement building. Final. (Previous: CFA 15/NOV/12–3)

D. District of Columbia Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

CFA 16/MAY/13–3, Square 50 (Fire and Engine Company No. 1), 23rd and M Streets, NW. New mixed–use building with commercial space, residential units, and fire station. Final. (Previous: CFA 17 MAY/12–5)

E. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

CFA 16/MAY/13–4, 1709 New York Avenue, NW, Office building. Installation of an outdoor sculpture by Emilie Brzezinski. Final.

F. District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities

CFA 16/MAY/13–5, Parkside, Grant, and Burnham Places, NE, newly constructed, unnamed park. Public art project for a water sculpture by Barton Rubenstein. Final.

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