01. Chusien Chang, The Wheels of Change, Chinatown Station02. Cheri Gaulke, Water Street, Lincoln Heights Station03. Roberto L. Delgado, El Quetzalcoatl, Heritage Square Station04 Teddy Sandoval, Highland Park Gateway05. Jud Fine, Stone Tree, Highland Park Station06. Michael Stutz, Astride-Aside, Mission station07. Michael McMillen, Geologica 42, Fillmore Station08. Ries Niemi, Kinetic Energy, Del Mar Station09. John Valadez, The First Artists in Southern California: A Short Story, Memorial Park Station10. Pat Ward Williams, Everyday People, Lake Avenue Station11. Michael Amescua, Rider's Dream, Allen Station12. Tony Gleaton, Untitled, Sierra Madre Station13. Beth Thielen Gold Line Alignment and Sierra Madre Station
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Going for the Gold: California Stories on the Los Angeles Metro Gold Line: Communities, Public Art, and Placemaking.   Tags: light_rail, los_angeles, public_art, public_transportation  

The project was funded in 2008-2009 by the California Council for the Humanities through its California Stories: California Story Fund
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Introduction to the contents of this site

This collaborative project between the USC Libraries and researcher Michael Several is titled  “Going for the Gold: California Stories on the Los Angeles Metro Gold Line: Communities, Public Art, and Placemaking.”  The project was funded in 2008-2009 by the California Council for the Humanities through its California Story Fund.  It documents the creation of public art on the Los Angeles County light-rail Gold Line through oral histories of artists, administrators, and youth who were involved in the project.  Tapes and transcripts from the project are  archived at the USC Libraries.

To read the entries by Michael Several about the history of public art on the Gold Line, follow the tabs above.

 

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