Public Art Celebrating Women in Transportation

WTS-Boston is working towards a new public art installation to celebrate the contributions, diversity and creativity that women bring to the transportation industry. We're working with MassDOT and the MBTA to commission and install a public art piece at the Red Line Concourse at South Station. The winning public art piece will be a site-specific, permanent work commemorating women’s contributions to transportation in the Greater Boston area. The Project will enhance this main transit hub and continue the proud tradition of public art already adorning the MBTA system.
 

 After a highly competitive selection process, THE WTS PUBLIC ART COMMITTEE is excited to announce award of the commission to Ellen Harvey!

Check out her winning proposal and learn more about her impressive portfolio.

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Our Mission

Our public art project was inspired by strong women in the transportation industry and a desire to improve our community through public art. Find out more about our mission and participating organizations.

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The PROPOSAL

Four finalists submitted proposals to the selection committee. After a competitive review process NETWORK by Ellen Harvey was selected. Click here to see her winning proposal. 

Donate

Make a difference! Honor women in transportation and celebrate art in one of Boston’s premier transportation hubs through a public art installation. Click here to find out more about donating.