Increasingly, airports are great places to see cool art and listen to great music.
Here are the latest offerings from San Francisco International Airport, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and St. Louis Lambert International Airport.
Murmur No. 23, by Richard Barnes. Courtey SFO Museum
The SFO Museum at San Francisco International Airport is hosting an exhibition of photographs by Richard Barnes of starlings over Rome.
Barnes photographs the starlings during their winter migration from northern Europe to the Rome countryside. He waits till dusk, when the birds form dense cloud-like formations known as murmurations, and in his “Murmur” series Barnes has captured the starlings forming impressive aerial shapes.
Look for the Murmur exhibit pre-security on the Departures Level in Terminal 3 of the San Francisco International Airport.
Murmur No. 21 , by Richard Barnes. Courtesy SFO Museum
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has kicked off a new program, Celebrations at Sea-Tac, to honor holidays, traditions and cultures from the United Stations and global community.
The celebrations begin November with 1 for Dia de los Muertos, or the “Day of the Dead,” a Mexican holiday honoring and remembering loved ones.
Activities will include art installations, candy skull face painting and arts and crafts for children, food and beverage sampling and live performances.
And at St. Louis Lambert International Airport, the Art & Culture Program is hosting an exhibition by St. Louis artist Jeremy Rabus.
Titled “Livery,” the exhibition includes paintings inspired by the livery and components of commercial airlines. Look for this exhibit near the A Concourse entrance in Terminal 1.
Loran Naviagation by Jeremy Rabus; courtesy STL Airport