For this two day project, I was selected to design a mural on Bucchanan Street that served as a "paint by numbers" for locals and tourists passing by to fill in. Over 100 visitors lended a hand and helped paint the mural over the course of 10 hours. The mural itself is one of very few pieces of public art in Duluth that includes an Indigenous perspective - I titled it "Akawe Nibi" (Water First) and painted the words in bold letters within the fishes tail. Each section of the fish is a different representation of the significance of water in our region. It was a brilliant experience and a successful experiment sponsored by Zeitgeist Arts organization!