Art projects

Sound Transit is committed to the communities where it builds and operates and sets aside construction dollars for public art.

STart, Sound Transit's art program, features world class artworks by nationally renowned artist as well as emerging public artists. Many live in the Pacific Northwest. Their work represents a diverse range of style, scale and perspective that creates welcoming and engaging environments for riders and others who interact with stations and construction sites.

Enjoy these artworks along your journey.

 

If you're an artist and would like to know about future art opportunities, subscribe.

Interested in creating art for Sound Transit?

STart will post opportunities for artists on the website when they are available. Commissions vary and are suited for all types of experience levels, including:

  • Gateway/landmarking projects
  • Discrete works
  • Integrated art
  • Temporary art
  • Performance opportunities
  • Environmental/green works
  • Others we haven't dreamed up yet

If you subscribe, you'll receive email notification of call-to-artists. If it seems like a good fit, please apply. Good luck!

STart creates temporary installations at most construction sites and permanent art at stations and along routes.

Current art projects:

Capitol Hill Station

Sounder Extension to Lakewood

East Link Extension

Mukilteo Station South Platform

Northgate Station

Roosevelt Station

South 200th Link Extension

U District Station

University of Washington Station

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No updates available

Barbara Luecke
Art Program Manager
206-398-5059
barbara.luecke@soundtransit.org

Tim Marsden
Art Collection Specialist
206-903-7537
tim.marsden@soundtransit.org

Mylinda Sneed
Public Art Coordinator
206-689-4978
mylinda.sneed@soundtransit.org

Kurt Kiefer
Project Manager
206-903-7665
kurt.kiefer@soundtransit.org