#TrackTakeover turns SEPTA Station into an Art Gallery

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For one month, all 110 advertising spaces at SEPTA’s Walnut-Locust subway station will be filled with pieces of art.

It’s part of a campaign called Track Takeover which challenges advertisers to be more thoughtful about the images they display in public places.

The campaign is a collaboration between City Fitness and Rory Creative.

One of the artists spoke with PHL17’s Khiree Stewart.

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