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Metro Arts In Transit Awarded $56,000 From Regional Arts Commission

Metro Arts In Transit has received two Program Support grants from the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis (RAC) that will be used to maintain and grow multiple Metro transit public art programs. RAC awarded Metro Arts In Transit grants in the amount of $28,000 for fiscal year 2015 (July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016) […]

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Sneak Peek: Check Out Design For New MetroLink Station Mural

The design of a new mural to be installed at the Forest Park-DeBaliviere MetroLink Station will be revealed tomorrow, Thursday, July 23, at a special event at the Regional Arts Commission.The local artists who created the mural, Con Christeson and Catharine Magel, will share how the creative process involved community input which helped shape the […]

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Help Paint A Bus At The Green Homes Festival Saturday

Join us in Faust Park this Saturday, June 20, and help us paint two specially designed eco-murals on a 40-foot MetroBus at the 2015 Green Homes Festival. From noon to 2 p.m., children and adults can help transform the bus into a rolling work of art that will travel on routes in St. Louis County and the […]

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Meet the Artists & View Their Work at MetroScapes Art Exhibit

Join Metro Arts in Transit for the inaugural MetroScapes public transit art exhibit and reception for the artists this Friday, June 5 at Hoffman LaChance Contemporary, located at 2713 Sutton Boulevard in Maplewood. You can enjoy light refreshments while meeting the artists and viewing their original artwork, which will be on display during the special event and through […]

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Help Metro Paint a Bus at the Earth Day Festival

Show us your creative side by adding some color to our MetroBus fleet at the St. Louis Earth Day Festival this Sunday in Forest Park. Festival attendees of all ages are invited to help paint two specially designed Earth Day murals onto a MetroBus that will transform it into a rolling work of art. The bus […]

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Check Out The Winning MetroScape Artwork

  Images from 10 St. Louis area artists are starting to appear at bus shelters near you. Metro Arts in Transit invited local artists to submit their artwork to MetroScapes last fall. Submissions were reviewed by a panel of artists and art professionals who selected the winning pieces in January based on quality of work, appropriateness for public […]

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Local Students Lend Their Creativity to Metro Art Project

  Picture this: sheet music from Scott Joplin classics fused with Nelly’s hip hop lyrics. Or lines from “Meet Me In St. Louis” injected alongside well-known St. Louis neighborhood and street signs. Sound crazy? It’s actually part of an art creation process. Thirteen students at Crossroads College Preparatory School in St. Louis took part in the creative […]

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Metro Will Showcase Artwork Created By Local Artists

Original works of art created by 10 St. Louis area artists have been selected for MetroScapes, a Metro Arts in Transit program that showcases local art at Metro transit locations. The pieces were chosen from a group of nearly 100 submissions, and they will be reproduced as large-scale, two-dimensional posters to be featured at more […]

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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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