About
MARTA

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Artbound is MARTA’s public art program, dedicated to helping you enjoy the ride! With engaging visual art, dance, theater, and live music, we hope the stations will feel like destinations in themselves, a place to see or hear something that brightens your day! Stay updated on all things Artbound by signing up for our email list here: artbound@itsmarta.com 

Artbound
Goes LIVE!

You can find MARTA’s Station Music program “Artbound LIVE” Monday through Friday from 3 pm – 6 pm. Look for our musicians in one or more of nine stations: Five Points, West End, Peachtree Center, H.E. Holmes, Kensington, Midtown, Doraville, Dunwoody and North Springs throughout the week. Check out the schedule on MARTA’s Facebook page, and we hope you enjoy the sounds!

Midtown Station 

What's New

Artbound and Midtown Alliance have partnered to re-think the plaza at Midtown Station, including fresh public art, new lighting, and innovative seating (hello, astromounds)! An open call for muralists was put out in January, and artist Andrew Catanese was chosen from over 40 submissions. The new murals, greenery, and live music turn the plaza into a little park in the city!  

Mural at Ashby Station 
Ashby Station

En Route to the Finish Line

Artbound and Wonderroot, with the help of the Blank Foundation and the Transformation Alliance have collaborated on another incredible mural by Fahamu Pecou, with assistant artists Danesha Claxton and Fabian Williams. The People Could Fly, based on a traditional folktale of hope, is a new installation on the outside of Ashby Station facing Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard. Wonderroot and MARTA will throw a community block party in March to celebrate the mural’s arrival!