Recycle Runway in Airports
Airports provide Recycle Runway an opportunity to reach millions of international travelers often with time to spare. Airports include public art in their buildings to reduce the stress associated with airline travel, and Recycle Runway provides an engaging and educational experience to passengers while they wait for their plane.
Nancy is excited to announce that due to the popularity of her first exhibition in the Atlanta Airport, they have invited her back to install a 2nd show of all new work in 2017!
Following are the airports participating with Recycle Runway:
- 2nd Exhibition, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, 2017
- Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Feb 2011- Mar 2012
- Phoenix International Airport, Feb 2010-Sept 2010
- Pittsburgh International Airport, Aug 2008-Aug 2009
- Albuquerque Sky Harbor International Airport, Oct 2007-Jan 2008
Praise about the Recycle Runway Exhibition:
“Nancy Judd’s Recycle Runway installation was one of our most popular exhibitions.”
David Vogt, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Airport Art Program Manager