We’re so proud of the talent right here in Summit County, we decided to show it off.
METRO’s Robert K. Pfaff Transit Center features public art cases for art displays. Located near the Transit Center’s main entrance, the cases offer passengers a chance to check out local artists’ creations while they wait for their buses.
Artists of Rubber City (ARC) originally managed the art display space when the Transit Center first opened in January 2009. After ARC showcased diverse pieces including paintings, sculpture, fiber art, pottery and metalwork, METRO took over planning and coordinating the art displays.
Works of art displayed at the Transit Center are changed out every six to eight weeks. Some pieces are even up for sale! Artists’ receptions for the creative folks displaying their work are held right at the Transit Center. Due to COVID-19, METRO is not scheduling any events or meetings involving outside agencies at the Transit Center until further notice.
Are you interested in showing your wares where up to 5,000 people pass through daily? Download our informational packet, and then give us a call at 330-564-2227. All we ask is your art be tasteful and respectful to all walks of life. After all, we’re a family place.