Friday, September 24, 2021

A splash of colour For Third Avenue West as Nisga'a Hall mural program now in view in downtown core

More urban art to enjoy along Third Avenue with completion of an urban
art project for the Nisga'a Hall

For those travelling along Third Avenue West the opportunity fo view another addition to the Community Mural project is now on display, with the latest piece of Urban Art in the city found at the Nisga'a Hall, though you'll only see it when the Hall is closed for the Day.

The works of art from Kari Morgan Designs which are found on the Third Avenue West side as well as the Eighth Street side are part of the Transition Prince Rupert Mural project, which was an initiative with Pembina Pipelines.

Ms. Morgan and her team completed the murals in early September.

Work on the murals from earlier this summer
from the Gitmaxmak'ay FB Page

More notes on the Mural program can be found from an information post on their Facebook page from 2019.

While the pride that the the Gitmaxmak'ay Nisga'a have in the two pieces of art can be reviewed from their Facebook page.

Further notes on Prince Rupert Community themes can be explored from our archive page.

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