Traffic Box Project
Drivers who frequent Hwy. 90A may have noticed the installation of several art-wrapped traffic boxes over the last few months. This public art project that was completed in October by the Sugar Land Cultural Arts Division could be showing up in other areas of the city. There are 13 traffic boxes total. The first wrapping took place in early August, and the last wrapping was completed in early October. Roughly 80 artists applied to have their work showcased in this project, and each of the 13 selected artists were compensated for their unique work. The project cost roughly $1,300 per box. The community is invited to celebrate the 13 selected artists 5:30 p.m. Nov. 7 during an exhibition and reception at the Sugar Land Art Center & Gallery, 104 Industrial Blvd., Ste. Q, Sugar Land.
Source: http://community impact.com