Project Details View the Bus Shelter Artworks Project Partners Together Raleigh 2019
Local artists have created a total of 10 artworks for Together Raleigh 2020.
Together Raleigh was conceived by local leaders in the public and private sectors to make GoRaleigh’s bus shelters inviting and beautiful by adding public art.
The Raleigh Transit Authority approved the list of bus shelters to be available for the project. The bus shelters were selected based on how many riders use the shelter, the visibility of the shelter, and the location of the shelter. Raleigh Arts facilitated the selection of artists and the installation of art.
View the Bus Shelter Artworks
There are two easy ways to experience the bus shelter artworks.
- Locate the bus shelter artwork in-person using the table below
- View the bus shelters in the slideshow below
|Artwork Name||Artist Name||Location of Bus Shelter|
|Old Friend||Leslie Bartlebaugh||Delta Lake Drive & Duraleigh Road|
|Piedmont Neighbors||Anne Blazejack & Geddes Levenson||Poole Road & Rawls Drive|
|Careless Whisper||April Childers||Brennan Drive & Creedmoor Road|
|Reflect of Diversity||Rosa Cruz||New Bern Avenue at Raleigh Boulevard|
|Network||Patrick FitzGerald||Dixie Trail at O'Berry Street|
|Wow What A Day||Paul Friedrich||Glenwood Avenue at Glen Avenue|
|Wheeler and Goode||Amanda Hakanson-Stacy||Lake Wheeler Road at Goode Street|
|Nina, a Monk, and a Trane||Kiara Sanders||Pecan Road at S. Saunders Street|
|Signals||Anna Totten||Garner Road & Warehouse Drive|
|Radical Raleigh||Ian Wenstrand||Wilmington St. Service Road at Chapanoke Road|
Together Raleigh 2020 was made possible by contributions from
News & Observer | Former Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane | GoRaleigh | Medical Mutual | AT&T - North Carolina | First Tennessee Bank | Wake Technical Community College | North Carolina Museum of Art | YMCA of the Triangle | UNC Rex Healthcare | The Kaleidoscope Project | VK Fields & Co. | Dr. Assad Meymandi | Attorney Michael Sandman | Raleigh Arts | The City of Raleigh
Together Raleigh 2019
In 2019, eleven bus shelters across Raleigh were adorned with the work of local artists through the Together Raleigh project.