Student-Driven Community Mural To Be Installed At The Currently Vacant 229-233 East Main Location
The Downtown Bozeman Partnership and Project MArt (More Art) present the Community of Bozeman Mural Project Installation and Unveiling Celebration. A mural will soon be installed and on display at 229-233 East Main Street, a location that has remained vacant in downtown Bozeman since the 2009 explosion.
Project MArt (More Art) and founders Allison McGree and Maggie Carlson are collaborating with the Downtown Bozeman Partnership to create a student-driven community mural for the downtown location. 229-233 East Main Street currently sits empty with a plywood barrier, since the building was significantly impacted by the 2009 explosion and eventually torn down. The Downtown Bozeman Partnership and Project MArt along with students from Hawthorne School are in the midst of creating the mural for the community to enjoy. It will be on display at this location until it’s future is decided.
The Community of Bozeman Mural Project has been supported by numerous local artists, businesses and organizations. The mural is set to be installed on May 21st at 9 am and will continue to be on display for all to enjoy until the property is purchased. There will be an Unveiling Celebration at the first Downtown Bozeman Art Walk on June 8th at 5 pm.
For more information, you can call the Downtown Bozeman Partnership Office at 406-586-4008 or visit www.downtownbozeman.org.