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Since 2002 Art-in-Transit has integrated art into 18 completed capital improvement projects. Projects include passenger shelters, community transit centers, maintenance facilities, park and ride lots, and the southeast's first light rail line.

Completed Projects

 Click on a project to the left to read details about each artist and art.


Americans for the Arts, Public Art Network
Year in Review Award

Americans for the Arts, Public Art Network’s Year in Review award is the only national program that specifically recognizes public art projects. Each year, two curators are selected to review more than 400 project applications of work completed in the previous calendar year. Up to 50 public art projects are chosen that represent the most compelling work for the year from across the country.  The national award is presented at the annual Americans for the Arts/Public Art Network conference.

Three CATS Art-in-Transit projects have earned national recognition from Americans for the Arts/Public Art Network.  Recipients of the Year in Review: 

  • 2012 Year in Review: N Davidson Maintenance Facility, Art by Jimmy O’Neil
  • 2008 Year in Review: LYNX Blue Line, Art by Thomas Sayre
  • 2006  Year in Review: South Tryon Bus Maintenance Facility, Art by Marek Ranis, Alice Adams, and RM Fischer  
 

 Art in Transit Cover

Click here to read the Art in Transit catalogue.