Public Art on the Chisholm Trail Parkway:
Trinity Water Fowl and Water Crossing Markers by Norie Sato
This Saturday, April 16, 2016 | 10:00 am
Near the intersection of N. University Drive and W. Vickery Boulevard
Parking at 1300 S. University Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Free and Open to the Public
Join artist Norie Sato, Mayor Betsy Price, City Council Members Ann Zadeh and Jungus Jordan, and North Texas Tollway Authority officials to celebrate the completion of the Trinity Water Fowl and Water Crossing Markers. Afterwards, join us for a bus tour of the artwork on the parkway led by the artist, Norie Sato.
Located along an eight and a half mile stretch of the Chisholm Trail Parkway, these stunning glass and stone mosaic murals were inspired by images of Trinity River wildlife taken by eighteen local photographers. Commissioned by the City of Fort Worth through Fort Worth Public Art, the artwork is a visual reminder to motorists of the rich natural ecosystem that exists alongside the built human environment.
The ceremony will be held on the Old Vickery Bridge, near the intersection of N. University Drive and W. Vickery Boulevard.
Parking is available at 1300 S. University Drive. A shuttle bus will be available starting at 9:30 am to transport attendees to the ceremony; attendees please arrive early for shuttle service. Pedestrian access also available from 1300 S. University Drive.
Fort Worth Public Art is a City of Fort Worth program advised by the Fort Worth Art Commission and managed by the Arts Council of Fort Worth. In this 15th Anniversary Year, the FWPA Collection includes over 100 commissioned, acquired and donated artworks located throughout the city. In addition, over 60 public art projects are currently in progress.