The Corridor Project Billboard Exhibition returns next year to display the work of Orlando artists above city streets

The Billboard Exhibition returns next year - Photo courtesy CityArts
Photo courtesy CityArts
The Billboard Exhibition returns next year

The Corridor Project Billboard Exhibition will be getting a sequel in January of next year. And the call for artists is open now.

In January of 2023,  30 artists will have their visual art displayed on billboards along I-4 — and beyond — becoming, in essence, public art for the morning commute. This year's Billboard Exhibition in January was a successful and visual pleasing undertaking.

Curator Pat Greene, in tandem with the folks from  Downtown Arts District, will be selecting the artists to participate in next year's iteration of the Corridor Project.

The application portal is open now through Sept. 30. There will be an opening event at CityArts on Jan.. 29, 2023 to unveil this year's participants. The art will remain at CityArts for viewing (in scale) from Jan. 19-Feb. 12, 2023.

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