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Student artwork fills downtown bus shelters

Posted July 12, 2019

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Aracely, a student at Rufino Mendoza Elementary School, displays her grand prize-winning entry in the Elementary School Division.

Downtown bus shelters have a bright, new look.

As you visit, shop or work in downtown, stop by a Trinity Metro bus shelter to view the winners of the Expressions That Move You Art Contest. The contest enables Fort Worth’s youth to express what public transportation means to them, their family and their community.

More than 60 students submitted artwork created for the theme “All The Places I’ll Go.” Four elementary school artists and four middle/high school artists were named winners.

The winning artwork will be displayed onboard Trinity Metro buses and at Trinity Metro bus shelters in downtown Fort Worth.

View all of the winners.

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