Franklin Street Mural – “Matsya and the Great Deluge” by Bojh Parker
What: Unveiling of the next Alleyway Art Project mural– Matsya and the Great Deluge with live music and snacks
Who: Flockworks, Artist Bojh Parker, Community Foundation of Mendocino County, Alan and Laura Limbird – local sponsors
When: Friday, Oct 5 (5:30pm – 7pm)
Where: Alleyway off of 345 North Franklin Street (next to Visit Mendocino building)
Join us for a First Friday celebration of the Alleyway Art Project’s (AAP) most recent mural installation, on North Franklin Street. The AAP is a Flockworks’ project bringing public art to downtown Fort Bragg. The Alleyway Art Project matches local artists with local organizations or businesses to create art installations. QR codes (links readable by mobile phones) are included to a website with information about each installation, the artist, co-sponsors, the inspiration, and any history or fun facts that relate to the design.
“Matsya and the Great Deluge” was designed by local artist, Bohj Parker and was sponsored by Alan Limbird, DDS of Fort Bragg Center for Laser and Cosmetic Dentistry. Guests will get a sneak peek at other murals proposed in the art corridor and there will be music, food and drink.