An ART Bus Built from Cans!
May 16, 2019
The ART bus Canstruction sculpture is complete!
In celebration of ART's 20th anniversary, a sculpture of an ART bus was built entirely out of food cans and is on display at Ballston Quarter. The sculpture is located on the main level of the mall across from the True Foods Kitchen and will be on display until June 8. Once the sculpture is taken down, all of the food will be donated to the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC) to help Arlington families.
Visit the ART bus sculpture during Quarter Fest, being held May 18 – 19 at Ballston Quarter. While there, guess how many cans were used to build the ART bus. The winner will receive a SmarTrip card loaded with $25.
You can also bring canned food items to donate to AFAC during the event. Donation boxes will be set-up near the sculpture.
Want to take ART to visit the ART bus sculpture? Here are the ART routes to take:
ART 42: Ballston-Pentagon (Pentagon City on weekends)
ART 52: Ballston-Virginia Hospital Center-East Falls Church (weekday only)
ART 53: Ballston-Old Glebe Rd-East Falls Church (weekday only)
ART 62: Court House Metro-Lorcom Lane-Ballston Metro (weekday only)
ART 72: Rock Spring-Ballston-Shirlington (weekday only)
Other car-free options to get to Ballston include:
Metrorail’s Ballston-MU station on the Orange and Silver line
Metrobus 1A, 2A, 1B, 10B, 22A, 22B, 22C, 23A, 23B, 23T, 25B, 38B.
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