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Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Presentation of Artist’s Design Concepts for the WTS-Boston Public Art Project in South Station

06:00 PM - 09:00 PM Eastern Standard Time



The artists’ concepts will be revealed to the public for the first time on Tuesday February 24 in meeting held at the Green Line Extension project office in Boston. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the designs first and support your fellow WTS members in advancing the WTS mission.

Free and Open to the Public

MBTA
Green Line Extension Conference Room
100 Summer St., 2nd Fl.
Boston, MA 02110

6pm -9pm

RSVP required: info@nitscheng.com

In October, three finalists were selected for the opportunity to develop a public art piece in Boston’s South Station showcasing women’s contributions to the transportation industry. The finalists, handpicked from a pool of 195 artists, are Beth Galston of Massachusetts, Shane Allbritton and Norman Lee of Texas, and Janet Zweig of New York City.

After the concepts are presented, there will be the opportunity for additional public review and input on-line. A WTS-led selection committee will make the final determination in the coming months.

Get to know the artists…
Beth Galston: http://www.bethgalston.com
Shane Allbritton and Norman Lee: http://www.resite-studio.com
Janet Zweig: http://www.janetzweig.com

Please feel free to contact our project manager, Jean Mineo (JeanMineo@aol.com) or WTS Public Art Co-Chairs, Lisa Brothers (lbrothers@nitscheng.com) or Hyun-a Park (hpark@spypondpartners.com) with any questions.

For more information, visit www.wtsbostonpublicart.com

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