Transportation Art by Youth Program

Project Added: August 19, 2021
Project Point of Contact: [email protected]
Sculptures along a desert road. Sculptures are cows and cacti

Students from Marana High School collaborated with artist Trevor O'Tool to create this roadside installation.

Arts-and Intersections:

Infrastructure, Transportation

Collaborators:

Location:

Tuscon, Arizona

Region:

Genre/Discipline:

Design

Population Density:

Rural

Large Intended Impact Area:

County/Multi-County Region

Foundations:

OVERVIEW

Created by the Pima Association of Governments, the Transportation Art by Youth Program serves 40-50 students each summer, allowing students to acquire artistic and work experience. The goal of the program is to humanize the roadway system, enhance urban gateway features, and to help the unique community identitiy from a youth perspective. 

ABOUT THE PROJECT

Created by the Pima Association of Governments, the Transportation Art by Youth Program serves 40-50 students each summer, allowing students to acquire artistic and work experience. The goal of the program is to humanize the roadway system, enhance urban gateway features, and to help the unique community identitiy from a youth perspective. 

PROJECT EVALUATION

Currently not available.