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Watch for UT Art students’ work on Toledo’s digital billboards

From mid-October through mid-December, students from the University of Toledo’s Department of Art will display work on digital billboards throughout the city. Art students from the Time, Motion, Space class, joined by others representing the BFA program, have created fictional film stills to represent “Stories from Toledo.” These images will be shown in varying locations around the city on twenty Lamar digital billboards over the course of two months. A few noteworthy locations displaying student work will be I-75 at Berdan, I-475 at Upton, and Monroe and Sylvania. Student images will be interspersed among the regular scheduled advertising throughout the period. The project is directed by Barry Whittaker, Assistant Professor of Art and Coordinator of New Media Design Practices at the University of Toledo.

For a map to the boards and a sample of the images, visit the UT Department of Art Featured Projects Gallery

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One Response to “Watch for UT Art students’ work on Toledo’s digital billboards”

  1. Angela Riddel Says:

    See the UT 10 News Story at http://www.ut10news.com/fall-2012-packages.html

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