The Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation (SLCAF) presents an exhibition featuring regional artists selected to transform traffic signal control boxes in Sugar Land from functional infrastructure into colorful and inspired works of art.
The Traffic Box Art Project Exhibition will run from Nov. 7 to Dec. 7 with an opening reception on Wednesday, Nov. 7, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Sugar Land Art Center & Gallery, 104 Industrial Blvd. Suite Q, Sugar Land. The event is open to the community and refreshments will be served.
Thirteen regional artists will be featured in the show: Heather Pizzitola, Mike Doan, Joy Chandler, Lauren Luna, Rose Miao, Amanda Levermann, Rosa Cruz, Judy Hope, Anita Nelson, Nataliya Scheib, Vivienne Dang, Debra Jan Hall Heintschel, and Jamie Adams.
The City of Sugar Land, with input from the SLCAF and community members, selected the artists, which comprise a diverse cross-section of the local and regional community, and range in age from 18-years-old to adults. Artists submitted digital files that were fabricated into vinyl wraps by NightBright USA. The traffic signal control cabinets are along Highway 90A from Easton Avenue to Dairy Ashford Road and one location on Highway 6 next to the Sugar Land Regional Airport entrance.