Traffic Signal Box Project 2011

The Great Falls Business Improvement District (BID) is pleased to announce the installation of its first Traffic Signal Box (TSB) Project.  The event began on Friday, August 19th and ended on Wednesday, August 24th.    The TSB’s on Central Avenue from Park Dr. to 7th St (with the exception of the corner of Central and 4th St S) and one additional TSB at the corner of 2nd Ave S and 2nd St were transformed into works of art by seven local artists. Within the BID boundaries there are 21 TSB’s; seven have been completed this season with the goal of completing the remaining 14 over the next few years.

There will be a reception held for the artists on Friday, September 2nd in the BID office at 13 5th Street North.  Everyone is welcome to attend the reception.

The artists chosen for the 2011 TSB Project, their locations and the title of their work:
Sheree Nelson – Central & Park Dr  “Electric City”
Halley Gallagher – Central & 2nd St N  “Emergence”
Alissa Nelson – Central & 3rd St N  “Take a Picture, It’ll Last Longer”
Vickie Meguire – Central & 5th St N  “Old Cascade County Courthouse”
Jennifer Mathson – Central & 6th St N  “Gibson Park”
Katy Lunstad – Central & 7th St N “Revamped”
Rachel Kaiser  – 2nd Ave S & 2nd St “Downtown Great Falls”
This program is part of our ongoing efforts to continue beautification in Downtown Great Falls. The Traffic Signal Box (TSB) Art Project enhances the pedestrian and driving experience by incorporating artwork directly into the streetscape.

The event coverage:

KFBB Coverage of the event

KRTV coverage of the event

Great Falls Tribune coverage of the event

Be sure to check out the photo album posted on our Facebook page as well – “Like” Destination Downtown Great Falls

Traffic Signal Box Art Project 2011

Of course we encourage you to come downtown and check out the artwork for yourself!

 

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