Look up and check out the Orlando artists featured in this year’s Corridor Project Billboard Exhibition
"Hansel and Gretel," by Grace Netanya
The 2023 Corridor Project Billboard Exhibition once again places the work of a select group of artists from regions along the I-4 corridor on billboards throughout town, hopefully making for a somewhat more eye-catching and less senses-shattering journey throughout our traffic-clogged metropolis.
This public art exhibition is a collaboration between Downtown Arts District and local curator Pat Greene (newly appointed Public Art Coordinator for the City of Orlando). It is the second such exhibition, the first having happened a year ago at this time.
“I’ve said before that the idea is a response to COVID,” Greene says. “I figured [even] if people are isolated, they were still driving. I want to democratize the experience of seeing art, without dumbing it down.”
Find every billboard at the listed addresses, or see them all on the digital billboard at 113 W. Marks St. Or check out the art in smaller sizes but closer proximity at CityArts in downtown Orlando, through Feb. 12.
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See it at 590 W. Oak Ridge Road, Orlando, FL 32809 (corner of West Oak Ridge Road and Winegard Road)
See it at 7608 Aloma Ave., Building 1, Winter Park, FL 32792 (facing Goldenrod Park)
See it at 238 N. Cottage Hill Road, Orlando, FL 32805
See it at 10355 S. Orange Ave., Suite B, Orlando, FL 32824 (across from Ferguson Plumbing Supply)
See it at 9498 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32837 (Sam's Club parking lot)
See it at 6415 W Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32818
See it at 6854 N. Orange Blossom Trail, Lockhart, FL 32810
See it at 5413 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, FL 32810
See it at 6950 Presidents Drive, Orlando, FL 32809 (corner of Presidents Drive and South John Young Parkway)
See it at 720 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32805