Tijuana Artist Hugo Crosthwaite To Paint 16 Murals At Arts District Liberty StationArts & Culture Another good reason to visit Liberty Station!
You shouldn’t need any more reasons to visit Liberty Station – there are so many good things happening there! But if you do, here’s one more!
The NTC Foundation, which oversees the development and operation of 26 buildings at ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station, recently selected six temporary art projects as part of a new rotating program titled ‘Installations at the Station’. Four projects have already been installed. A special media preview of all six installations is set for October 5, 2018.
This August, Installations at the Station welcomes contemporary figurative artist, Hugo Crosthwaite. An internationally recognized artist, Crosthwaite will create site-specific, outdoor murals to further transform the monochromatic, rigid former military base into a creative space that better reflects the growing arts and cultural destination.
Crosthwaite will paint 16 improvisational murals related to the area, its Navy history, and circumstances he encounters each day while on-site.
Visitors are invited to watch and engage in conversation with the artist as he paints, experiencing the beauty of dialogue through muralism and draftsmanship.
See you there!