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Sound Transit Public Art

Submitted on April 5, 2016 - 4:50pm

The Sound Transit light rail station near Husky Stadium opened in March 2016, and Subterranium by Leo Saul Berk (MFA 1999) is the featured artwork there. Read or listen to a KPLU story to learn more about this piece. A UW Today story looks at the artwork from the perspective of an Earth and Space Sciences professor.

Over the years, other alumni have been selected to create public art installations at a variety of Sound Transit facilities. Below are the projects that we have been able to find, with links to the Sound Transit Art Program (STart) Flickr albums. 

2009, Capitol Hill Station, Seattle (temporary)
Dan Corson (MFA 1992), Oscillating Field

2009, Columbia City Edmunds Plaza, Seattle
Norie Sato (MFA 1974), Pride

2009, Beacon Hill Platform, Seattle
Dan Corson (MFA 1992), Space Forms and Portals

2008, Seattle-to-Tukwila Corridor
Dan Corson (MFA 1992) and Norie Sato (MFA 1974), Shimmering Shadowlines and Blue Lights Over Duwamish

2007, Operations & Maintenance Facility (Seattle)
Dan Corson (MFA 1992) and Norie Sato (MFA 1974), Safety Spires

2003, Convention Center Station (Tacoma)
Ingrid Lahti (MFA 1990), Cairns

2003, Lynnwood Transit Center
Claudia Fitch (BFA 1975), Shift

2001, Tacoma Dome Station
Luke Blackstone (MFA 1992), Tacoma Preservatory of Fluid Moment(um)