New Art Stop unveiled in Bay View
MILWAUKEE -- The Art Stop, a fusion between a bus stop and public art display, was unveiled Friday in the Milwaukee's Bay View neighborhood.
The public art bus shelter, located at the triangular intersection of E. Lincoln, S. Kinnickinnic and S. Howell avenues, provides mood lighting that is powered by renewable energy.
Alderman Tony Zielinski hosted the unveiling that took place in his district. Also in attendance were Mayor Tom Barrett and County Board Chairwoman Marina Dimitrijevic.
A plaque dedicated to the late David Dombrowski can be seen at the Art Stop. Dombrowski worked for 30-years with the Department of Public Works and funded the majority of the project through his bequest.