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Bids sought for new art shelter construction

Lextran and Art in Motion, in partnership with the KYTC’s Office of Local Programs, are seeking bids from contractors for two new art shelters on Southland Drive and Leestown Road. Follow the link below to Lextran’s posting of the Invitation … Continue reading

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NEW MURAL CONTEST

CALL TO ARTISTS FOR ART SHELTER MURALS Deadline for Application January 17, 2014 Eligibility – Kentucky Artists No Application Fee Bluegrass Art Shelter on Newtown Pike between downtown Lexington and the Kentucky Horse Park Art Stop – across the intersection … Continue reading

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This Friday Nov 1, Help Us Win the First Challenge!

Art In Motion is thrilled to be a part of this year’s GoodGiving Guide Challenge.  Come join the celebration and support us and your other local favorite charity as we kick-off this year’s challenge at West Sixth Brewery on November … Continue reading

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NEW Mural contest!

Art in Motion, in partnership with the Lexington Corridors Commission, LexArts and Lextran, is seeking new art murals for exhibit space at two art shelters:  East End Artstop and Bluegrass Art Shelter.   Artist Submission Deadline: January 17, 2014 More details … Continue reading

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Two Winning Designs in Latest Art Shelter Contests

Art in Motion and Lextran have completed the first two art shelter design contests pursuant to a $150,000 Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) grant received from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s Office of Local Programs.  OLP allocates federal highway dollars to Kentucky projects that enable … Continue reading

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Art in Motion has received a $1,500 grant from Lexington Directions for its Gardenside project.  AIM is working with 11th District councilperson Peggy Henson and neighborhood stakeholders to restore the 1050s-era bus shelter in front of Gardenside Shopping Center on … Continue reading

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Finalists chosen in Art in Motion design contests

Two art shelter design contests being held as part of a $150,000 state and federal transportation grant have moved to the finalist stage. In the Leestown Road/Townley Center project, two finalists were chosen—“Stone Glass Box Stop” by Charles Hawley, Dwayne … Continue reading

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