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Great Falls Urban Art Project
When the City of Great Falls built the parking garage on the corner of First Avenue South and Fourth Street, they thoughtfully added eleven display windows surrounding the outside walls. But they were rarely filled. Until 2005.
Now, the Great Falls Urban Art Project (UAP) annually presents three exhibitions of site specific art installation pieces which fill the eleven windows of the Great Falls Parking Garage, located at 315 First Avenue South.
The Great Falls Urban Art Project makes downtown Great Falls, MT more interesting and lively with its wide variety of art displays.
The UAP installations all enhance the downtown and honor the creative spirit of our city. Donations from the Business Improvement District, the City of Great Falls Parking Project, individuals, local businesses and the Great Falls Downtown Association provide funding for the project. Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, located at 1400 First Avenue North, Great Falls, MT 59401, is the project's fiscal agent. Whne making donations to UAP please not URBAN ART PROJECT on the memo line. To learn more about making a tax deductible donation or becoming an Urban Art Project artist, contact the new UAP Director, Cortni Harant by email or by phone, 406-260-6532.
Jean Price, the founder of the Urban Art Project, passed on March 25, 2019 after a valiant fight with cancer. On June 8th at 1:00 PM over 300 people attended Jean's celebration of life at Great Falls High auditorium followed by a reception at the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art from were an exhibtion of her work as well as her collection will be on display through the summer. Jean held Master's Degrees in both Sculpture and Fiber Arts; was a thirty-five veteran of art education; served four terms on the state legislature; served on the PGSMoA's board and mutiple committees; and was a founder of the GFH Dahl Gallery and Urban Art Project. To read more about Jean please click here. She was an amazing woman.