Bus-Tops is a collaborative public art installation across 20 London boroughs. There are 30 red and black LED screens dotted around London, on the roofs of bus shelters. Absolutely anyone in the world can create artwork for them, creating a new exhibition space for the public, and Public Art.
The Bus-Tops project is one of 12 commissions across the UK forming part of Artists Taking the Lead, a programme funded by Arts Council England for the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
Each month the project is proud to present new works from a selected artist, who will be using 10 of the 30 screens exclusively for that month, you can check them out below:
Carla Arocha, Jemima Brown,Jasmina Cibic, Michelle Deignan, Kate Davis, Ian Monroe, Mark Titchner, Conrad Ventur, and Zoe Walker & Neil Bromwich
If you are a teacher or a student in the UK, we work closely with The Arts Award. Have a look at their Special Edition page to see how you can get started with a Bus-Tops Bronze award.
The are also on Facebook and Twitter, so if you have any questions or want to talk directly to a site admin or programmer do head on over and grab someone for a chat.
Visit there web-site here.