Presented by Orlando Health
A Program of the Downtown Arts District
Curated by Pat Greene
About the Project
Returning in January 2023 is The Corridor Project Billboard Exhibition. Modeled after the successful Billboard Creative in Los Angeles and Sonora 128 in Mexico City, this sky-high exhibition features the artwork of 30 artists from regions along the I4 corridor. The Downtown Arts District worked with Pat Greene, founder of The Corridor Project, to select artists and artwork for this exhibition. Eleven artists were pre-selected by Greene. The remaining 19 artists were selected through an open call facilitated by the Downtown Arts District.
In partnership with Clear Channel Outdoor, each artist is featured on one printed billboard in the region. In addition, all of the artwork will rotate on digital billboards through the month of January 2023.
This is an incredible opportunity for both DAD and all the artists involved. The Corridor Project Billboard Exhibition will increase visibility and awareness of what the Central Florida creative community has to offer because it actively engages tourists and locals as they are driving around Orlando and I4.
On January 19, 2023, there will be a public Opening Night Reception (3rd Thursday) at CityArts to unveil the artwork from the billboards. This in-person exhibition will run from January 19 - February 12, 2023. To register for the public opening, CLICK HERE.
About the Curator
Pat Greene is a curator, artist, writer, radio, podcast host, and organizer. He was the Gallery Director and Curator at the Gallery at Avalon Island from 2013- 2018. Her currently serves as The City of Orlando’s Public Art Coordinator. He has been curating and organizing pop-up events under the umbrella of The Corridor Project since 2012. He founded The Corridor Project as a museum without walls, a site-specific project that utilizes visual art, performance, and music. The Corridor Project has included Walk on By, Transit Interpretation Project (TrIP), and other projects.
Although Greene works mostly with the Central Florida community, he has organized projects working with artists in several American cities, and several countries. Greene’s focus is on art, community building, and elements of surprise.
About the Downtown Arts District
The Downtown Arts District’s (DAD) mission is to lead, stimulate, and guide the development of a vibrant, innovative arts and cultural district that enhances economic development in downtown Orlando, Florida.
DAD serves the downtown Orlando community by executing arts engagement programming, providing additional arts education opportunities, supporting local emerging and established artists, and executing public art projects. DAD manages and operates CityArts Orlando, a multi-purpose arts and cultural facility in Downtown Orlando.
SKY HIGH PRESENTING SPONSOR
THE PUBLIC SPONSORS
City of Orlando
Downtown Development Board
Orange County Arts and Cultural Affairs
State of Florida Arts and Cultural Affairs
United Arts of Central Florida
2023 Artists and Billboards
All artists will be featured at these digital billboard locations.
113 W Marks St, Orlando, FL 32801 | Facing I4 on Garland Ave and Marks St
959 29th St, Orlando, FL 32805 | View from I4 heading West from Downtown Orlando
2329 W Fairbanks Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
225 N 17-92 Hwy, Longwood, FL 32750
13394 W Colonial Dr, Winter Garden, FL 34787
400 N Pine Hills Rd, Orlando, FL 32811
11500 University Blvd Ste 103, Orlando, FL 32817
8000 S Orange Ave # 215, Orlando, FL 32809
10615 Rocket Blvd, Orlando, FL 32824
2022 Artists and Billboards