Student artwork fills downtown bus shelters


Downtown bus shelters have a new bright look.

As you visit, shop or work in downtown, stop by a Trinity Metro bus shelter on Ninth, Houston and Throckmorton streets to view the winners of the Expressions That Move You Art Contest. The contest is a long-running partnership between Trinity Metro and the Fort Worth Independent School District’s after-school program designed to educate children about public transportation and encourage them to turn what they have learned into art.

Artwork was received from 34 schools, and eight winners were chosen from 66 submissions.

With the support of Downtown Fort Worth Inc., all the winning art is now displayed in downtown bus shelters through Labor Day. Winning students also have their artwork displayed onboard Trinity Metro buses.

See a map of bus shelter displays.PDF File


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