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MARTA launched a new program called Artbound as an attempt to transform and enhance the experience of people who commute using MARTA’s transit system. To fulfill this mission, MARTA’s Art in Transit administrator Katherine Dirga oversees the program and guides it to assure high-quality pieces are installed that mirror the “vibrancy and history of the communities we serve.” Artwork will not be the only media outlet that Artbound uses to engage MARTA’s commuters. Along with new art pieces, performing arts will be showcased as well to assist in representing Atlanta throughout MARTA stations.


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Arts administrator Katherine Dirga speaking on the purpose of her developing program, Artbound 

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(pictured L to R) CEO/GM Keith Parker, Arts Administrator Katherine Dirga, Chief of Staff Rukiya Thomas

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Artist Barbara Brozik's silkscreened enamel panels artwork entitled "Moving in the Light" at Chamblee station

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Artist Carl Andree Davidt's sculpture entitled "Change of Scenery" at East Point station

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MARTA's new art program Artbound launches on June 19, 2017

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CEO/GM Keith Parker with MARTA transit rider

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Dancers performed at the launch to bring a new form of media into the station.

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Artist Larry Connatser’s painted murals of stylized fantasies of “escapes to the mountain and sea” at Decatur station.

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Artist Fahamu Pecou’s painted mural entitled “Rise Above” at King Memorial station.

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Artist Gordon Anderson's painted murals entitled "Aerial Landscapes" at North Avenue Station

children museum
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center for puppetry arts
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the Varsity
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world of coke
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