7th-grader Nadia Nesich’s artwork can be seen at DART rail stations, buses and inside trains as she is the winner of this year’s annual Student Art Contest
Dallas, Texas – “DART’s New Bus Network: Simpler. Better. Faster. Easier!” was the name of the contest theme and students from kindergarten through 12th grade had the opportunity to create artwork and show to the North Texans how far DART’s new bus network can take them.
The artwork created by Nadia Nesich, a 7th-grader at Pegasus School of Liberal Arts & Sciences in Dallas, was the “Best of Show” winning artwork of this year’s Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s (DART) annual Student Art Contest.
DART now announced that Nadia’s winning artwork can be seen inside train, buses, DART rail stations and on DART’s official website.
In addition, the artwork will be on display at several North Texas spots including the Gallery at Courtyard in Plano, Love Field Airport and at the Dallas Museum of Art.
See the DART Student Art Gallery here, showcasing all of the winning and honorable mention entries of DART’s Student Art Contest.
The 2022 DART Contest was supported by dozens of community partners, media and area-based companies including the Advocate, Al Dia, the Dallas Morning News, DFW Child, KERA, Local Profile, NBC 5, Plano Magazine, Telemundo 39, Dallas Contemporary, the Dallas Museum of Art, Half Price Books, the Perot Museum of Science, the Dallas Zoo, the Children’s Aquarium and the Dallas Arboretum.