The Downtown Bozeman Partnership is thrilled to announce the selection of three exceptionally talented artists for the highly anticipated Downtown Bozeman Alley Enhancement Project. This transformative initiative aims to invigorate our vibrant downtown district with a captivating fusion of art, culture, and community.

The project attracted an impressive array of submissions from artists, showcasing their creativity and ingenuity. After careful consideration, our panel of judges have chosen three exceptional artists who stood out with their visionary concepts and unique artistic styles.

Introducing the extraordinary artists who will bring their brilliance to life through captivating art installations in our downtown alleys: Kelsey Anne Clark, Kelsey Dzintars, and Stella Nall.

The Downtown Bozeman Alley Enhancement Project aims to nurture a space where art becomes an integral part of our everyday lives. The theme for this alley is “Adventure and Exploration” and is described in the 2020 Bozeman Alleyways Report: “Bozeman is a city that is rooted in adventure and exploration, and continues to thrive on access to mountains, rivers, and open space for recreational purposes. The buildings… tell a story of entrepreneurship, adventures, and the voices of past historical events. The parking garage, Streamline Bus Station, and future bike facilities on N. Black Ave. continue the theme of transportation and exploration into the wilderness surrounding Bozeman” (2020 Bozeman Alleyways Report, Page 8).

As the project progresses, the chosen artists will work closely with our team and selected contractor through the installation process. Their art will create a lasting impact, enticing locals and tourists to explore and engage with our vibrant community. Downtown Bozeman Alley Enhancement project is currently out for bid now through the City of Bozeman and on behalf of the Downtown Bozeman Partnership. Bids are due THIS Thursday 6/22 by 4pm.

We invite you to stay tuned for further updates as we embark on this exciting project!

Kelsey Anne Clark

Kelsey Anne Clarke, better known as METALLIC WEAVER, seamlessly weaves dreamy, magical metal art into your life through an experiential platform that encourages the senses to dance with the psyche’s untapped wonder and awe. All metal creations are inspired by fractal patterns, social nature and function. With a background in Architecture, Welding/Fabrication and CNC machining, Kelsey has the ability to take a project from concept design to finished fabrication. The result is a beautiful interactive experience that lets you peer into Metallic Weaver’s unique ability to envision the world around us in a fun and lighthearted way. Whether small and intricate or large and interactive, each piece is shaped, woven, and finished with care. For more information visit

Kelsey Dzintars

Kelsey Dzintars is a painter and illustrator based in Bozeman, Montana. She pursued art and music throughout her upbringing in Rapid City, South Dakota, and earned her BFA in Graphic Design in 2009 from Montana State University. Her acrylic paintings are largely inspired by personal experiences exploring the northern Rockies, ranging from expressive landscapes to surreal expressions of the divine feminine in nature. Dzintars regularly partners with outdoor-based businesses and nonprofits, utilizing her artwork to help heal and protect our inner and outer wilderness. For more information visit

Stella Nall

Stella Nall “Bisháakinnesh” (Rode Buffalo) is a multimedia artist and poet from Bozeman, Montana. A first descendant of the Crow tribe, her work is informed by her experiences navigating the world, and often centers current issues pertaining to Indigenous identity, visibility and representation. She graduated from the University of Montana in 2020 with a BFA in Printmaking, a BA in Psychology and a minor in Art History and Criticism. She now lives in Missoula, where she is represented by Radius Gallery. Her work may be seen as murals across Montana, and has been acquired to national permanent collections at Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (Washington, DC), The Institute of American Indian Arts Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (Santa Fe, NM), The Montana Museum of Art and Culture (Missoula, MT), and Montana State University (Bozeman, MT). For more information visit