Laramie Mural Project

 
Gill Street , the collaborative fish mural can be seen from the parking lot behind Coal Creek Coffee and Alititude's Chophouse at First and Grand and First and Garfield, or from the historic Garfield Street Footbridge. It was dedicated on June 13, 2014. Artist Include: Colleen Friday, Jeff Hubbell, Travis Ivey, Evan Levi, Chelsea Lowry, Meghan Meier, Lindsay Olson, Dan Toro, Adrienne Vetter.

Gill Street, the collaborative fish mural can be seen from the parking lot behind Coal Creek Coffee and Alititude's Chophouse at First and Grand and First and Garfield, or from the historic Garfield Street Footbridge. It was dedicated on June 13, 2014. Artist Include: Colleen Friday, Jeff Hubbell, Travis Ivey, Evan Levi, Chelsea Lowry, Meghan Meier, Lindsay Olson, Dan Toro, Adrienne Vetter.

An extension to Gill Street was completed in July 2018 by the following artists:  John Deines, Billy Harris, Adam Herrera, Peter Laegried, Seth Leininger, Nichole Lumadue, Brook Mann, Bethann Merkle, Kara Siler, Adam Skadsen, Lindsay Stoffers, Meg Thompson, Lauren Whitby and Nancy Marlatt. A dedication, signage and audio is in the works. 

An extension to Gill Street was completed in July 2018 by the following artists:  John Deines, Billy Harris, Adam Herrera, Peter Laegried, Seth Leininger, Nichole Lumadue, Brook Mann, Bethann Merkle, Kara Siler, Adam Skadsen, Lindsay Stoffers, Meg Thompson, Lauren Whitby and Nancy Marlatt. A dedication, signage and audio is in the works. 

It all started with the Laramie Mural Project. LPAC exists because of the success of this innovative, grassroots project. The Laramie Mural Project engages local artists to create one-of-a-kind large-scale murals in the heart of downtown that reflect Laramie’s cultural assets. Founded in 2011 as a collaboration between the University of Wyoming Art Museum, local Laramie artists and the Laramie Main Street Alliance, the project is currently co-hosted by Main Street and the Laramie Public Art Coalition.

Walking tour brochures are provided by the Albany County Tourism Board and can be downloaded here. Printed copies are available at the Main Street office at 207 Grand, the Tourism Board at 210 Custer and the UW Art Museum at 211 E. Willett Drive.

Please visit the Laramie Mural Project website for all the information, including a tour to download.

 

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