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Metro Art enhances the customer experience with innovative, award-winning visual and performing arts programming that encourages ridership and connects people, sites and neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles County. A diverse range of site-specific artworks are integrated into the growing Metro system, improving the visual quality of transit environments and creating a sense of place. From photography installations to onboard posters, art tours and live performances, our multi-faceted arts programs add vibrancy and engage communities throughout Los Angeles.

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Featured News

"Deep Connections" Highlights the Work of Ken Karagozian

Deep Connections , a new exhibition now on display in the Union Station Passageway Art Gallery, features the otherworldly black and white photography of artist Ken Karagozian. His work shares a unique view on Los Angeles few have seen through the documentation of Metro subway construction over the last three decades. The artworks are also viewable in an online gallery. READ MORE-->

Board Passes Motions Uplifting the Human Spirit Through Metro Art

The Metro Board of Directors recently recognized and affirmed the importance of Metro Art’s ongoing efforts to enrich the transit experience for customers with art and cultural programming through unanimous passage of two motions entitled Uplifting the Human Spirit Through Metro Art . The motions call on Metro to champion artistic experimentation and contribute towards reimagining transportation in a way that is responsive to the issues and concerns of our time. Stay tuned for developments in the months ahead.

Through The Eyes of Artists Posters Highlight 5 Artists & Communites

Metro Art's neighborhood transit poster series features Downtown Burbank, El Sereno, Marina del Rey, San Gabriel and Wilmington. READ MORE-->

Portrait Series Celebrates Neighborhoods Along the A Line (Blue)

Metro Art is pleased to announce the inaugural portrait series More People Than You Know that debuts at A Line (Blue) stations as part of the New Blue Improvements Project. The portraits feature people from the many neighborhoods along the A Line (Blue), which runs for 22 miles between downtown Los Angeles and downtown Long Beach. READ MORE-->

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