The Downtown Billings Public Art program seeks to build a permanent collection of public art that demonstrates the highest levels of artistic excellence, enhances our cultural identity, inspires civic pride, and serves to broaden our citizens’ understanding of and day-to-day experiences with art.

The DBA’s Public Art programs enhance and activate public places visited by citizens and tourists. We feature a broad range of artists working in a variety of media which celebrate our unique history and cultural diversity. We continue to provide examples of the success and need for such programs as steps towards the adoption of a percent for art policy – something much overdue in Montana’s largest city.

“Light Bike Lane” Alleyscape by the Downtown Billings Alliance. 2019.
Pub Station south alley, funded by BSEDA’s Space2Place grant
“Business Moose, Black Bear, Cormorant, & Sharp-tailed Grouse” by Louis Habeck, 2013.
Traffic Signal Box Program
“Shadow Whisper (brought to you by incognito)” by Brian Keith Scott, 2017.
Public Sculpture Program
“Postcard from Billings” Mural by Noah Woodring, 2019.
Alleyscaping concept by the Downtown Billings Alliance, funded by BSEDA’s Space2Place grant

Public Art Map


Call for Artists