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Greenlink Bus Shelter Art Contest 

Six young artists were chosen from a total of 47 entries to the Greenlink Bus Shelter Art Contest, and will have their work featured on bus shelters throughout the City of Greenville. In collaboration with the City of Greenville’s Arts in Public Places Commission and Youth Commission, Greenlink held the contest to support the work of local artists while enhancing the appearance of bus stops.

Winning artists include:

  • Abigail Williams, Homeschool/Fine Arts Center
  • Amanda Sangronis, Mauldin High School
  • Daniella Bieneman, Mauldin High School
  • Evie Driggs, Fountain Inn High School/Fine Arts Center
  • Kyle Tso, St. Joseph's Catholic School
  • Mary Addison Mann, Wade Hampton High School

Greenlink identified shelter locations and designed the scope of the project and the Youth Commission assisted in contacting local high schools to raise awareness about the contest. A jury of seven judges selected the top 6 designs. The Arts in Public Places Commission awarded almost $3,000 toward production and installation costs to have the winning artwork digitized and adhered inside bus shelters.

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