Cache County students create rolling galleries

Published April 9, 2012 4:37 pm
Art in Transit • Artwork will be mounted inside public buses.
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The Cache County School District and Cache Valley Transit are partnering in a Art in Transit Project.

The project will showcase inside Cache Valley buses student-created visual arts on the theme of "Bringing Communities Together." The artwork will be printed on vinyl placards and installed in 26 buses for 6 months to a year.

The first bus will be unveiled Friday, April 13, at the Logan Gallery Walk.

For more information: Aurora Hughes Villa, aurora.villa@ccsdut.org or 435-752-3925 x 2067.



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