2014:

DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities
Contemporary Public Art is Coming to the Capital!

The Hoya
Public Art Installations to Come to DC

East City Art
The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Announces the Second Iteration of 5×5

DCist
City Will Once Again Commission 25 Public Art Installations

DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities
The District will be a Canvas for 25 Public Art Installations this Fall

2012:

Washington Post
The 5×5 public art project organizes a bus tour this Saturday

Washington Post
Anacostia: D.C.’s up-and-coming canvas for artistic expression

Washington Post
“5 x 5”: On view on a street near you

Elle
CONTEMPORARY ART BLOOMS IN D.C.

Meets Obsession Magazine 
5×5: DC’s First Citywide Public Art Festival Launches

Refinery 29
Get Ready For 25 New Works Of Public Art To Take Over D.C.

Washington Post
March Art Preview

BlackBook
5X5 PROJECT INVITES CHERRY BLOSSOM PILGRIMS TO EXPLORE WASHINGTON, D.C.’S ARTISTIC SIDE

The Georgetown Dish
D.C. Public Art Project Underway

Washington City Paper 
The 5×5 Project Kickoff at Capitol Skyline Hotel

DC Modern Luxury
Petal Pushing 

The New York Times 
PUBLIC ART IS COMING TO THE CAPITAL

Huffington Post
’5×5′ Project Presents Mating Insects, Walkable Labyrinths, And Huge Cherry Wood Xylophones

Interview Magazine
DC Public

Washington Post
A bouquet of blossom-related exhibitions

Washington Post
Got Plans? The Going Out Gurus and ChurchKey Beer Director Greg Engert discussed beer, the Cherry Blossoms, nightlife, weekend outings and more.

Blackbook
WASHINGTON, D.C.’S 5X5 PROJECT PAIRS CHERRY BLOSSOMS WITH CUTTING-EDGE CONTEMPORARY ART

About.com
5×5 Public Art Project – Washington DC

Washington Post
25 public art displays for Cherry Blossom Festival

Washington City Paper
ToDo ToDay: Art Adventures, “Song 1,” and Way More

DCist
Arts Agenda

TBD
Weekend planner: TEDxWDC, SpeakeasyDC, animator Bill Plympton

Art Place America
Art & Culture Temporiums

GW Hatchet
Interacting with art and the great outdoors

Luxury Travel Magazine
Destinations National Cherry Blossom Festival Celebrates 100th Anniversary

Washington Life
Paint The Town: Public Art Blossoms

The Atlantic Cities
Washington, D.C.’s Tourist Trap

the skinny – by heavy industries
Art in Washington, DC Encouraging city exploration

CultureMob
5 x 5 Curator Spotlight: Lincoln Theater

Mason News – George Mason University
Mason Art Faculty Participate in D.C. Art Installation