Utility Box Artwork Locations
Artwork on utility boxes functions as a form of communication to a moving audience with the goal of creating a vibrant, inclusive and interesting urban environment. Haltom City has been utilizing this practice as a means for displaying public art and as a way to involve local artists in a cooperative project.
Many of the works were selected during a recent signal box art contest. The others were previously selected from among entries in the annual Images of Haltom City Photo Contest.
Installation of the artwork involves using a “wrap” on all four sides of each traffic control box. A digital image of the artwork is used to produce the wrap.
The map below shows box locations and lists the artists who created the works. Residents are encouraged to take a tour of the sites (mapped below) and enjoy the art.
Tags: Beautification, Art in the City Committee, utility boxes
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