Artsline | Valley Metro

Valley Metro’s investment in the arts and culture community through the Valley Metro Artsline® program enhances the quality of life in our city centers while producing economic growth throughout the diverse communities that we serve. Artsline creates a sense of place through a variety of artwork and enhances connections through art and transit.

Valley Metro Artsline® is defined as placemaking, people and community that exists in the physical space at stations, on board light rail, art programs and partnerships with community destinations and organizations. Artsline is connecting communities through culture and creativity. Artsline connects you with over 55 arts and culture destinations and be immersed in art at every light rail station and streetcar stop. Your Artsline adventure starts on Valley Metro Rail. Check out the Artsline Arts and Culture brochure.

The objective of Artsline is to enrich our spaces of shared transit and to make traveling on the Artsline an inviting part of the city by contributing to the development of cultural destinations along the rail line. The Artsline program continues to grow and strengthen through ongoing collaborations with the arts and culture community and cultural organizations throughout the cities that it serves.

Artsline Spotlight Artist, JUST

New Spotlight Artist, JUST

The diverse group of Valley Metro Artsline Spotlight Artists is growing with the newest artist, JUST, for the winter season. “Football gave me the foundation to do so much more in life. I’m glad that I’m able to share that story, my story through my new passion,” artist JUST said about his piece.

Learn more about JUST

Interactive art maps

Explore Artsline virtually with our interactive maps. See art at every station and check out over 55 arts and culture destinations Artsline can take you. Start your next adventure on Artsline!

Artsline is Social

Share your Artsline experience on social media by tagging @valleymetro and using #Artsline.

Arts and culture are immersed in your daily life; just take a look around. Valley Metro wants to connect you to amazing arts and cultural experiences throughout the Valley and across Artsline.

With over 55 cultural destinations along the light rail corridor, you can explore your community and others. Some of these cultural destinations are displayed below, all of them can be found in the Arts & Culture Destination Guide.

When you visit these destinations, don’t forget to document your experience on social media. Share your Artsline experience by tagging @valleymetro and using #artsline to connect with us and fellow riders.

Artsline not only connects you to arts and culture destinations across the Valley; each station is a work of art too. Local and national artists have created unique art installations for each Valley Metro light rail station. The community-inspired art pieces are a perfect first impression to the neighborhood when you exit a light rail vehicle.

    From massive sculptures to small tiles, the artwork at every station shows a connection to the community. You can check out the art at every station by visiting our interactive station and public art map (coming soon). This map gives you a great overview of our station and public art before heading out to experience it for yourself.

    Station and public art not only add to the beauty of the urban landscape, but also enhances the transit experience for all of our riders; visitors, students and local Valley residents.

    Please be respectful of all art at the stations as you enjoy a journey across ArtsLine. Remember to Respect the Ride any time you are on Valley Metro light rail or station platforms.

    Art Books

    Discover more about the art installations and their artists by checking out our Art Books.

    Community of Art

    Artsline Spotlight Artists are a collection of local and national artists who have created artwork to display throughout Valley Metro Rail, including a large-scale mural at Roosevelt/Central Ave station. Spotlight Artists enhance the rider experience through expressive artwork and powerful storytelling. We have a variety of Spotlight Artists that work in paint, sculpture, two- and three-dimensional art and more. This combination of different art styles shows diversity to appeal to all riders.

    Artsline Spotlight Artist, JUST

    Current Spotlight Artist

    The diverse group of Valley Metro Artsline Spotlight Artists is growing with the newest artist, JUST, for the winter season. 

    JUST is an emerging artist, dedicating himself to becoming a full-time artist only two years ago. Influenced by his past football career, utilizing skills of discipline and determination, he became a self-taught artist. JUST has a few murals in the Phoenix area through the Black History Month Mural Project. 

    In his new mural at the Roosevelt/Central Ave station, JUST combines his passion for art and sports. The vibrant artwork highlights action, challenge and success in an autobiographical way. “Football gave me the foundation to do so much more in life. I’m glad that I’m able to share that story, my story through my new passion,” artist JUST said about his piece. 

    The mural is up now for people passing through the area to get excited about upcoming Super Bowl activities. The Roosevelt/Central Ave station is one entry point to all events at Hance Park during Super Bowl week. 

    Check out some of the previous Spotlight Artists work. 

    Valley Metro is always looking for ways to enhance the rider experience and that includes through art! Our art collection is always growing and new opportunities are coming to beautify our communities.

    While Valley Metro has several opportunities for artists to flourish, there are additional chances to display your art around the Valley.

    Other art opportunities in our communities:

    Valley Metro member city art opportunities:

    Valley Metro’s investment in the arts and culture community through the Valley Metro Artsline® program enhances the quality of life in our city centers while producing economic growth throughout the diverse communities that we serve. Artsline creates a sense of place through a variety of artwork and enhances connections through art and transit.

    Valley Metro Artsline® is defined as placemaking, people and community that exists in the physical space at stations, on board light rail, art programs and partnerships with community destinations and organizations. Artsline is connecting communities through culture and creativity. Artsline connects you with over 55 arts and culture destinations and be immersed in art at every light rail station and streetcar stop. Your Artsline adventure starts on Valley Metro Rail. Check out the Artsline Arts and Culture brochure.

    The objective of Artsline is to enrich our spaces of shared transit and to make traveling on the Artsline an inviting part of the city by contributing to the development of cultural destinations along the rail line. The Artsline program continues to grow and strengthen through ongoing collaborations with the arts and culture community and cultural organizations throughout the cities that it serves.

    Artsline Spotlight Artist, JUST

    New Spotlight Artist, JUST

    The diverse group of Valley Metro Artsline Spotlight Artists is growing with the newest artist, JUST, for the winter season. “Football gave me the foundation to do so much more in life. I’m glad that I’m able to share that story, my story through my new passion,” artist JUST said about his piece.

    Learn more about JUST

    Interactive art maps

    Explore Artsline virtually with our interactive maps. See art at every station and check out over 55 arts and culture destinations Artsline can take you. Start your next adventure on Artsline!

    Artsline is Social

    Share your Artsline experience on social media by tagging @valleymetro and using #Artsline.

    Arts and culture are immersed in your daily life; just take a look around. Valley Metro wants to connect you to amazing arts and cultural experiences throughout the Valley and across Artsline.

    With over 55 cultural destinations along the light rail corridor, you can explore your community and others. Some of these cultural destinations are displayed below, all of them can be found in the Arts & Culture Destination Guide.

    When you visit these destinations, don’t forget to document your experience on social media. Share your Artsline experience by tagging @valleymetro and using #artsline to connect with us and fellow riders.

    Artsline not only connects you to arts and culture destinations across the Valley; each station is a work of art too. Local and national artists have created unique art installations for each Valley Metro light rail station. The community-inspired art pieces are a perfect first impression to the neighborhood when you exit a light rail vehicle.

      From massive sculptures to small tiles, the artwork at every station shows a connection to the community. You can check out the art at every station by visiting our interactive station and public art map (coming soon). This map gives you a great overview of our station and public art before heading out to experience it for yourself.

      Station and public art not only add to the beauty of the urban landscape, but also enhances the transit experience for all of our riders; visitors, students and local Valley residents.

      Please be respectful of all art at the stations as you enjoy a journey across ArtsLine. Remember to Respect the Ride any time you are on Valley Metro light rail or station platforms.

      Art Books

      Discover more about the art installations and their artists by checking out our Art Books.

      Community of Art

      Artsline Spotlight Artists are a collection of local and national artists who have created artwork to display throughout Valley Metro Rail, including a large-scale mural at Roosevelt/Central Ave station. Spotlight Artists enhance the rider experience through expressive artwork and powerful storytelling. We have a variety of Spotlight Artists that work in paint, sculpture, two- and three-dimensional art and more. This combination of different art styles shows diversity to appeal to all riders.

      Artsline Spotlight Artist, JUST

      Current Spotlight Artist

      The diverse group of Valley Metro Artsline Spotlight Artists is growing with the newest artist, JUST, for the winter season. 

      JUST is an emerging artist, dedicating himself to becoming a full-time artist only two years ago. Influenced by his past football career, utilizing skills of discipline and determination, he became a self-taught artist. JUST has a few murals in the Phoenix area through the Black History Month Mural Project. 

      In his new mural at the Roosevelt/Central Ave station, JUST combines his passion for art and sports. The vibrant artwork highlights action, challenge and success in an autobiographical way. “Football gave me the foundation to do so much more in life. I’m glad that I’m able to share that story, my story through my new passion,” artist JUST said about his piece. 

      The mural is up now for people passing through the area to get excited about upcoming Super Bowl activities. The Roosevelt/Central Ave station is one entry point to all events at Hance Park during Super Bowl week. 

      Check out some of the previous Spotlight Artists work. 

      Valley Metro is always looking for ways to enhance the rider experience and that includes through art! Our art collection is always growing and new opportunities are coming to beautify our communities.

      While Valley Metro has several opportunities for artists to flourish, there are additional chances to display your art around the Valley.

      Other art opportunities in our communities:

      Valley Metro member city art opportunities: