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Chicago Blue Line station gets an art upgrade

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Taking the Blue Line this weekend? Make some time to check out the lobby at the Chicago station, which now boasts the work of local artist Peter N. Gray on its walls. Gray was selected by Chicago Dramatists, the adjacent theater that adopted the stop through the CTA’s Adopt-A-Station program, to create work that would pay homage to the surrounding area’s eclectic mix of ethnicities (Polish, Danish, Central American) and businesses (see many of them here). We dare say he's succeeded.

If you can't make it out that way (we do recommend Teatro Luna's "Lunatic(a)s") you can view photos of the artwork on Chicago Dramatists' Blue Line project site.

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