In the latest poster to debut in Metro Art’s popular Through the Eyes of Artists series, artist Jeaneen Carlino celebrates the historic architecture, homes and commercial districts of Downey [continue reading]
Join a virtual conversation with Sandow Birk to learn about his artwork for Westwood/VA Hospital Station
On Thursday, December 8 from 12-1pm PST, join Metro Art commissioned artist Sandow Birk for an online conversation to learn about his creative approaches to making public artwork and his upcoming project for future Westwood/VA Hospital Station. The talk is part of an online conversation series hosted by Brentwood Art Center and led by independent curator Meg Linton.
The holiday season has arrived! Join us at Union Station on Tuesday, November 29 for the annual tree lighting ceremony. The event will begin at 6:30p.m. on the South Patio with live [continue reading]
If you’re traveling through Union Station in the coming weeks, we have a great new exhibition in the Waiting Room titled The Yellow Car and Los Angeles. The Yellow Cars [continue reading]
10 Years of the K Line Community Voices mini documentary series by LA filmmaker Mobolaji Olambiwonnu — including six new videos!
It’s hard to believe, but the K Line has been open for a month! To mark the occasion, Metro Art is celebrating Community Voices, an award-winning short form documentary [continue reading]
The Veterans Legacy Art Project gained national attention when project participant Brandi Anderson was invited to represent the art project and meet President Biden at a news conference during his [continue reading]
It’s National Arts and Humanities Month— take part in a professional photo shoot and meet Metro Art-commissioned artist Moses X. Ball! Join us for this meet-the-artist event to learn about [continue reading]
In honor of National Arts and Humanities Month this month, Metro Art is celebrating the art of photography by shining a light on the current exhibitions of the Metro Art [continue reading]
See Metro Art commissioned short films (and get in a round of mini-golf!) at a free screening in the San Fernando Valley on Thursday 9/29 at 6:30 p.m.
Beyond the Valley Girl by filmmaker Tania Ordoñez and SFV: Collective Movement by Gemma Jimenez-Gonzalez are two short films that were commissioned by Metro Art in 2021, as part of arts-based engagement and research to help inform future transportation investments in the San Fernando Valley.
In anticipation of the K Line opening on Friday, October 7, Metro Art is excited to reveal 14 integrated artworks at K Line stations. Customers will experience artworks that showcase [continue reading]