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New Artwork Coming to Forest Park-DeBaliviere Station

Metro Arts in Transit has selected two St. Louis artists to design and build a mural for the Forest Park-DeBaliviere MetroLink Station, but needs your help with a few details. We’ll hold a community meeting Wednesday (Nov. 19) from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Crossroads College Preparatory School (500 DeBaliviere Ave., St Louis, MO 63112) in […]

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Local Artists Invited to Enter MetroBus Shelter Competition

Artwork created by local visual artists may be coming to a MetroBus shelter near you. Metro’s Arts in Transit program, in conjunction with Lamar Advertising, is seeking artwork that can be reproduced as large-scale, two-dimensional posters. Arts in Transit will select at least 10 two-dimensional images created by 10 artists for reproduction in large-scale poster form […]

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Help Paint a MetroBus at PrideFest Sunday

One of the many special activities offered at the St. Louis PrideFest festival this weekend in downtown St. Louis involves painting colorful murals on a MetroBus vehicle on Sunday afternoon. The annual PrideFest event is an opportunity to learn more about equality in the community while enjoying a variety of food, music, entertainment, and other […]

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Community Paints Murals on a Really Big Bus

Metro’s first articulated buses, the newest and largest additions to the MetroBus fleet, will begin operating on the streets of Grand Boulevard next week. To celebrate this new kind of public transit vehicle coming to St. Louis, Metro transit invited the community to help paint murals on one of the 60-foot buses on a parking […]

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Help Paint Murals on the Newest, Biggest MetroBus Vehicle

Metro transit will be putting its first articulated buses into service in the St. Louis region on the #70 Grand Line in June. The 60-foot rebuilt buses, which pivot or bend in the middle, are the most cost effective way to ease overcrowding and add more capacity to Metro’s busiest bus route. To celebrate the […]

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Artwork Dedicated at UMSL South MetroLink Station

Public artwork created by St. Louis artist Catharine Magel was dedicated this morning at our UMSL South MetroLink Station during a special event that also kicked off the University Square development project. Bi-State Development Agency/Metro President and CEO John Nations, Federal Transit Administration Region 7 Administrator Mokhtee Ahmad, Bi-State Development Agency Board of Commissioners Chairman David Dietzel, University […]

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Local Artist Created New Artwork at Shrewsbury Lansdowne I-44 MetroLink Station

The next time you are at the Shrewsbury Lansdowne I-44 MetroLink Station, check out the new piece of art that was created by St. Louis artist Ben Fehrmann. The artwork was dedicated this morning, and Bi-State Development Agency/Metro President and CEO John Nations, Metro Arts in Transit Director David Allen and Fehrmann participated in the […]

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Tile Art Murals Dedicated at MetroLink Station at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

Two new public art murals created by artist Amy Cheng welcome Metro transit passengers as they arrive and depart from the Terminal 1 MetroLink Station at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. The murals which are made from waterjet-cut ceramic tiles were dedicated on January 31, 2014 as part of a commitment to upgrade MetroLink Stations on […]

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Public Art Sculpture Installed at Union Station MetroLink Station

Have you noticed the new public art sculpture at the Union Station MetroLink Station? “The sculpture depicts fantastical plant forms that leap and arch from the north grassy embankment, celebrating the new vitality that MetroLink brings to the urban center and the entire St. Louis area,” sculptor Jim Gallucci said. Creation of the 12-feet-tall by […]

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Public is Invited to Submit Ideas Via New Community Art Installation at Rock Road MetroLink Station

St. Louis county residents and members of several local organizations came together yesterday to call for community input into potential future transit-oriented developments at the Rock Road MetroLink Station, the Healthy Corridor along Ferguson Avenue and the Page Avenue Great Streets projects. Beyond Housing in partnership with Rebuild Foundation, the Des Lee Collaborative Vision, the […]

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