The five winners of the City’s third annual Traffic Signal Box Art Contest, co-sponsored by the Richardson Rotary Club, were recognized at Monday’s City Council meeting. The winners each received $200 and a certificate, and their artwork will be turned into vinyl wraps that will be installed later this month on traffic signal boxes at key Richardson intersections. It can also be viewed online and in the June issue of Richardson Today. The theme for this year’s contest was “Technology & Education.” 

Winning artists are as follows: 

  • Alejandra Moscoso 
  • Eli Worley 
  • Caroline Duggan 
  • Tezra Fabian 
  • Rita Yeung 

Intersections receiving the new art are as follows, located near schools and technology hubs in keeping with the theme: 

  • Alma Road and East Collins Boulevard 
  • Brand Road and East Renner Road 
  • Melrose Drive and Mimosa Drive 
  • Rutford Avenue and Synergy Park Boulevard 
  • East Spring Valley Road and South St. Johns Drive 

Winners were chosen by a selection committee comprised of members of the Cultural Arts Commission and Richardson Rotary Club. The contest has been a unique way to further the City’s commitment to public art and beautify city streetscapes while reaching a broad range of local talent. 

Monday’s presentation: Click here 

Website/images of winning artwork: