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The Art Stop Bus Shelter started as a community-led initiative focused on improving the transit waiting experience for those utilizing the GCRTA bus route on Superior Avenue. Using dollars raised through the online crowdfunding platform, IOBY, the Art Stop team has turned the shelter into a rotating art gallery that showcases different local artists quarterly. The purpose of the project is to add color and vibrancy to the neighborhood, create a unique platform to showcase local art, and continue to build an aesthetic identity for the Superior Arts District.

In summer of 2018 Da’Shaunae Jackson’s piece “Waiting to Arrive” was selected at the first work featured on the ArtStop shelter. The work is inspired by Jackson’s commute from home, to school, to work, and back home again by GCRTA.

Any additional comments or questions please contact Rachel Oscar at or by phone at 216-687-5475