Author: Metro Art



Ann Hamilton’s artwork will wrap the station’s glass entry pavilion in woven lines inspired by the significance of the station’s downtown location and the surrounding hub of cultural institutions as a place of crossings, intersections and exchanges.

David Emitt Adams, Harbour Generating Station


A series of large-scale, unique direct-positive photographs made on discarded 55- gallon oil drum lids is grounded in one of the most contentious issues of our time: the social, political and environmental landscape of the American oil industry.

2022 Artist Pool for Digital Media Opportunities

Launched in 2022, the inaugural Metro Art: Digital Shorts series showcases video art and animation on large-format, digital screen arrays at 7th St/Metro Center and Hollywood/ Highland Stations. This new moving image art program is for riders provides a visual interlude between Metro informational content and advertising on the screens, and is one example of an opportunity available to artists who apply to the 2022 Artist Pool for Digital Media Opportunities. Request for Qualifications (RFQ)   DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31 at 5:00 pm (PDT) 11:59 pm (PDT) WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 at 11:59 pm (PDT) via Slideroom   In 2019, Metro introduced digital displays in rail stations that included dedicated space for public art. Since that time, public art programming opportunities on digital displays throughout the transit system has increased, enhancing these transit spaces with dynamic moving image art. Metro Art is now establishing the 2022 Artist Pool for Digital Media specifically for these specialized public art programming opportunities. Opportunity Metro Art invites artists and artist teams working in digital media to submit qualifications, including samples of completed original moving …

Here: Arts & Culture Along the K

Here: Arts and Culture Along the K is a companion publication to the multimedia art exhibition showcasing the Metro Art K Line art program at the Museum of African American Art at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza.

Canoga Park

Artist Sevag Mahserejian draws inspiration from the unaltered natural landscapes of Canoga Park and their relationship to the built environment in In What was here once before, an artwork created for the Through the Eyes of Artists poster series on display in the fleet.