Advancing Women in Transportation

WTS-Boston would like to congratulate Lisa Brothers and Hyun-A Park for the official unveiling of ‘Network’ at South Station!

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On May 14, 2019, after more than twelve years in the making, WTS-Boston proudly unveiled their public art installation at South Station. WTS-Boston would not have been able to achieve this installation without two committed and passionate public art co-chairs – Lisa Brothers, CEO of Nitsch Engineering and Hyun-A Park, President of Spy Pond partners along with the Public Art Committee. The amount of time and commitment invested by these two outstanding women in this project has been what has made it successful and WTS-Boston is grateful for their passion and dedication to this installation.

The mission of WTS is to advance women in transportation. The theme for the installation is ‘Women in Movement’ – and focuses on understanding women’s role in transportation through public art. After a national search, renowned artist Ellen Harvey developed the piece, which is entitled ‘NETWORK’. The piece is located at the Summer St./Atlantic Ave headhouse at South Station.

The WTS-Boston public art installation could not have been possible without support of MassDOT and the MBTA and our generous sponsors. For more information on our sponsors and to see photos of the installation, please visit: http://www.wtsbostonpublicart.com/

WTS-Boston salutes Lisa and Hyun-A in helping make this dream become a reality!

 

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