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]
At future Hyde Park Station on the K Line, the Metro Art-commissioned artwork installed at the station’s entrance and platform celebrates the vibrant culture, community and music of Hyde [continue reading]
POSTPONED: The 9/10 poster signing at the City of Commerce Concert in the Park has been postponed due to weather. We will update this post with a new date for [continue reading]
The final summer release of three limited-edition Art on TAP cards featuring artworks commissioned by Metro Art for the rider portraits series are now available at select stations and Customer Centers this week.