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June 4 – October 31, 2021

Visual Arts Center | Jerstad Gallery

Going Metro is an exhibition born from a multi layered collaborative effort between artists, researchers, city officials and transit users and workers. The goal of the project is to facilitate a program series cultivating creative conversations about transportation as the City of Sioux Falls seeks to innovate its transit system. The former Sioux Falls Design Center facilitated a call to artists for an exhibition at the Washington Pavilion. The art and design ideas encourage visions of what sustainable, functional and creative transit concepts. The artist’s submissions focused on wide variety of concepts and ideas looking at the past, present and future of transit. Leaving us with a sense of nostalgia, urgency and lasting taste guides us to hope for a more accessible future for all Sioux Falls residences. This conversation will help keep the future of transit as publicly minded and placing humanity equal to efficiency.

As part of the grant process Kate Chanba will be coming to the Washington Pavilion for public lecture. Kate is production designer for Apple. She has a robust resumé and background in working with cities large and small. Kate enjoys creating tools that enrich the experience of urban environments and offer a sense of place. She is passionate about multimodal cities, comfortable bike routes and proactive government.

You can find more information about Kate Chanba at www.kchanba.com

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