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Free Family Fun NYC: MTA Public Art

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As part of the major construction of the New South Ferry Terminal, the MTA Arts for Transit Program announces its recent installation: Doug and Mike Starn's "See It Split, See It Change."

Reason #1002 that we love this city--public art. Many straphangers will get to interact with this new public art. The creative effort features silhouetted images of trees and mosaic maps of Manhattan. The artists used fused glass panels, mosaic marble and stainless steel fence. All told, the work spans 250 feet. The South Ferry Terminal concourse is the terminus of the 1 line and had transfer spots to the N and W. We think it's worth a trip just to check out the art.

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See it split, See it change

South Ferry Station, 1 line, New York City Transit

for more on the exhibit, visit www.starnstudio.com/MTA

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