Cultural Corridor Consortium Indianapolis (3CIndy)

Cultural Corridor Consortium Indianapolis

May 2018

Shadeland Avenue Station current

The Arts Council of Indianapolis has partnered with Transit Drives Indy (TDI)  on a multi-year creative placemaking program, activating artists and arts partners in order to help create a new culture of public transit in Indianapolis.  Thanks to a grant from Transportation for America (T4A), Indianapolis is now part of its national Cultural Corridor Consortium.

 Plans for 2018 include artistically impacting the Red Line Rapid Transit during its construction period, and to include the assistance of an artist in the planning of the Purple Line Rapid Transit.  

The artists selected to develop projects for the Red Line are:
Big Car Collaborative
Jamie Pawlus
Sapphire Theatre Company
Andrea Smith
Carlos Sosa

Look for projects to appear along the Red Line starting in June 2018 and
continuing through the end of the year.

The Purple Line Artist in Residence is Wil Marquez and his firm w/purpose.
Wil’s work includes creatively engaging with communities along East 38th St.
through June 2018.

30th Meridian RedLine

Red Line Map small

 Purple Line Map with facts downmeridian

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