Students from the Belmont After School Enrichment Collaborative were at the Alewife MBTA Station Friday to see the permanent installation of their artwork. Photo courtesy the MBTA.
Acting MBTA General Manager Jonathan Davis was at the Alewife T Station in Cambridge Friday to thank a group of Belmont students for their new public artwork installation.
Students in the Belmont After School Enrichment Program painted 324 tiles that have been arranged in two large designs permanently installed on two bus-way panels at the Alewife Station.
The month long project was lead by the after school program’s Emily Reed and the student’s work is part of the MBTA’s permanent public art collection that consists of more than 70 artworks on five different transit lines in Greater Boston.