Full blog post from the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy Blog can be found here.
"However, the park was lovely and also contained some really awesome public art courtesy of the Sound Transit Art Program (STart). As a light rail station is constructed in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, local artists are creating temporary art installations on the construction wall. Several of these projects are visible from the park, including this one that I just loved, Tim Marsden’s “Is That All There Is?" - Melissa McMasters
December 27, 2010
December 19, 2010
|photo by Staton DuBois / CHS|
"The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce and Sound Transit are partnering on “Stars on Broadway,” a program that shines some light on a few of the non-profit organizations that make life brighter for everyone on Capitol Hill throughout the year. In the program’s first edition, the Capitol Hill Chamber has selected five recipients to honor with a lighted star, each created by artists from the Sound Transit Art Program (STart) Wall Project. The stars will hang throughout the holiday season on the red construction wall on Broadway just south of John."
2010 “Stars on Broadway” Honorees
photos by Rhonda Dixonwww.calandersonpark.org – Star by Rob Zverina
Cal Anderson Park Alliance generates and funds creative, innovative activities and events at Cal Anderson Park.
www.gaycity.org – Star by NKO
Gay City promotes gay, bi and trans men's health and prevent HIV transmission by building community, fostering communication and nurturing self-esteem.
www.seattlefarmersmarkets.org – Star by Sam Trout
Broadway Farmers Market: Bringing farm-fresh food to our neighborhood.
www.psks.org – Star by Jesse Brown
Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets saves lives: "I have learned to believe in myself, accept myself and empower myself. We live and breathe the people we save.”
www.rosehedge.org; www.multifaith.org, – Star by Michiko Tanaka
Rosehedge and Multifaith Works, two of Seattle’s premier AIDS care organizations, are merging to better help those living with HIV/AIDS
December 4, 2010
The Seattle Times features a photo of the Wall Project in Local News.
"Sound Transit curator D.K. Pan removes artist Gretchen Bennett's work from light-rail construction walls along Broadway between Pike Street and Olive Way. The work is in preparation for a new project featuring 4-foot-wide backlit stars and five artists sponsored by five area nonprofit organizations. Pan has the task of curating the work of other artists in a rotating display during the construction project from 2011 to 2014."
|photo by Mark Harrizon / The Seattle Times|