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City selects artists for corridor project

Thursday, August 5, 2021 by Tai Moses

Local artists Steve Parker, Wanda Montemayor, Ernesto Hernandez, Nick Schnitzer, Vy Ngo, Laurie Frick, Dharmesh Patel, and Autumn Ewalt have been selected to create art installations for roadways in the Corridor Construction Program. The artists, who were recommended by a panel of community judges and selected by City Council, will collaborate with the community to design and build their artworks. Art in Public Places Program Manager Sue Lambe said in an announcement about the selection, “We’re excited that these talented local artists are now able to begin their work. Their first task will be to listen to the community, getting inspired to create public art that reflects their corridor’s goals. The coordination with the Corridor Program Office will allow for these artworks to be fully integrated in the transportation experience along these corridors.”

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