The Metro Regional Connector Art Program encompasses a range of projects. Seven artists have been commissioned to create site-specific, integrated artworks for the three new stations.
Little Tokyo/Arts District
- Clare Rojas, Harmony (in progress)
- Audrey Chan, Will Power Allegory (in progress)
- Andrea Bowers, Untitled (in progress)
- Mark Steven Greenfield, Red Car Requiem (in progress)
- Clarence Williams, Migrations (in progress)
Grand Av Arts/Bunker Hill
- Ann Hamilton, Untitled (in progress)
- Pearl C. Hsiung, High Prismatic (in progress)
- Mungo Thomson, Negative Space (STScI-2015-02) (in progress)
IN THE COMMUNITY
Regional Connector artists are engaging downtown communities through a range of activities, such as art-making workshops, artist talks, events at local schools and public performances that connect to the artwork. These activities are intended to inform the artists’ design processes and/or build public awareness of the future artworks at Regional Connector stations. In addition, local youth-designed temporary murals were created and later installed on the construction site fences at Historic Broadway Station and Grand Av Arts/Bunker Hill Station.
ART ADVISORY GROUP
Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation
|Morgan Jaybush Sykes
Vice President of Economic Development
Downtown Center Business Improvement District
former Assistant Curator
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (panelist)
former President and CEO
Japanese American Cultural & Community Center (panelist)
|Gabrielle Newmark |
Swamp Pink Landscape Architecture
Industrial District Green
Art Share L.A.
Vice President, Community Engagement
Associate Curator and Publications Manager
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