Art-In-Transit Meet the Artists

The Maryland Transit Administration aims to enhance the stations and the environment along the corridor, making the Baltimore Red Line welcoming to riders and reflective of communities’ unique characteristics and histories. Communities’ input will be an important component of the artwork created for specific station and location with the corridor.

Phase I of the Program launched in November 2012 and resulted in the creation of a master plan of art opportunities at the stations and structural elements such as the Red Line bridges and portals.

Phase 2 of the Art in Transit Program began in June 2014 and focused on identifying the art for the stations and structural elements. Community comments will be collected in a series of three meetings, including a meeting with the artists, and used in conjunction with other criteria to select artists and final works. Learn more about the mission and goals for the Art in Transit Program and the opportunities for art at the station in your community in the Art in Transit Meeting 1 presentation.

  • Learn about opportunities for art at stations
  • Meet the artist candidates
  • Share your ideas
Monday, September 22, 20145:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore
217 N. Charles Street, #100, Baltimore, MD 21201
Stations: Howard Street/University Center, and Inner Harbor

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Whitman, Requardt & Associates
801 South Caroline Street, 1st Floor Training Room Baltimore, MD 21231
Stations: Harbor East and Fell’s Point

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Mutry Auditorium (Poe Homes)
206 N. Fremont Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21202
Stations: Poppleton

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