Now, I can’t vouch for whether the bus will look like the one depicted below – I suspect it’ll be larger, and not made of pixels – but a group of art dealers has announced an interesting way to solve the “how to bring lovers of art to the art they’re sure to love” quagmire: The Art Bus.
The Boston Art Dealers Association has announced that The Art Bus, a free shuttle service, will begin running between the Newbury Street and South End Art Districts in Boston, on Saturday, April 3, 2010.
The Art Bus will take gallery visitors between the Back Bay and South End free of charge from Noon to 4 PM on the first Saturday of each month from September to June. Bus riders can pick up an Art Bus pass by visiting any BADA member gallery and catch the bus as it runs a continuous loop making stops at Thayer Street at Harrison Avenue, Newbury Street at Berkeley Street (in front of the Church of the Covenant), and Newbury Street at Dartmouth Street (in front of Fitz Inn parking lot). Riders can pick up passes for the return trip at any BADA gallery.