CTA seeking artists to beautify Red Line North Side train stations
September 15, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Your CTA station could soon get a whole new look.
The transit agency is looking for 25 artists to help beautify seven Red Line stations on the city's North Side. The artists will help create permanent murals or other public art on the walls of the new stations.
Any artists interested in applying should submit work samples at CTA's headquarters on West Lake Street.
Any artists interested in applying should review the guidelines here: http://www.transitchicago.com/solicitation/detail.aspx?Sid=0MMk1%2fF2pUkKtezpwfUTenagfUQsXcpwx1dlK%2bkKCtg%3d
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