GLX PRESS RELEASE:
The Green Line Extension (GLX) Project is excited to announce that it has selected three artists for the GLX Integrated Art Program.
The project received over 80 submissions to the GLX Integrated Art Program Request for Qualifications this past February and after careful consideration and input from the community has now selected three artists whose work will become an integrated part of the first three new stations (Lechmere, Washington Street & Union Square) of the Green Line Extension.
The artists that have been selected are: Mary Lucking, Randal Thurston, and Nader Tehrani.
These artists will work directly with the design team architects in order to have the greatest influence on the overall design of the station and incorporation of artwork, and we are looking forward to what unique input each of them will bring to the project!
The GLX project would like to thank all those who had sent submissions and participated in this program. We would also like to thank all the semi-finalists for their cooperation during the process. We would encourage all those interested to submit for the four additional stations on the Green Line Extension – watch for an announcement on the GLX Art Program webpage for these future integrated art opportunities.