YPT-Chicago CTA Red Line South Public Art Tour

July 14, 2018

Join YPT-Chicago for an exclusive tour of the CTA Red Line Public Art lead by Elizabeth Kelley, from the CTA Art Program & Collection.​​​​​​​

Since 2011 the CTA’s collection of public art has undergone its largest expansion ever – now proudly boasting more than 60 pieces of art exhibited at over 50 stations, including mosaics, sculptures and paintings by nationally and internationally acclaimed artists. The addition of artwork at CTA stations and terminals not only promotes a friendly, inviting atmosphere, it also provides riders with a glimpse into the rich history and unique characteristics of the surrounding communities.

This event is free and open to the public but participants must register no later than Thursday July 12 at Noon in order to participate in this event.

When: Saturday July 14, 2018, 10:30 am sharp

Where: We will meet at Red 79th station in the auxiliary stationhouse which is the small stationhouse located at street level on the north side of 79th street.

Register at: https://my.yptransportation.org/civicrm/event/info…

After the tour, we will have lunch in Chinatown, at a restaurant TBD.

 

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