What does the Rodney Street Neighborhood mean to you?

Quirky. Historic. Diverse. One of Helena’s oldest neighborhoods.

 

“Rodney Street is…” is a Myrna Loy Creative Placemaking Project, in collaboration with the City of Helena. It’s a 12-month artist-led exploration of the unique creative and historic identity of our Rodney Street neighborhood.
Whatever your connection to the neighborhood, your voice matters!

In collaboration with a design collective—Amanda Reese, Ashley Moon, and Elena Johnson—we are thrilled to partner with Rodney Street community members to co-create and engage in creative placemaking activities together throughout the year.

 

Together, let’s envision how to celebrate our neighborhood and make it even better.

 

You are invited to fill out a quick survey at bit.ly/RodneySt to share what matters to you and to stay involved with upcoming activities. Respond by February 26 for a chance to win a prize.

 

 

Stop by and contribute your thoughts to a community art installation in The Myrna Loy lobby. Let’s explore what Rodney Street Is… together.

 

Stay tuned for future activities!

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Do you have a memory or a story about a particular place or person in the Rodney Street neighborhood?

Photographer and HCTV videographer Jeanie Warden is producing a series of films about the people and places of Rodney Street. Share a story, and be part of her work!

Email [email protected] to share your story, or just to get in touch.

Check out the first of Jeanie’s interview series about Rodney Street…

Erica Durham

Nick Jacques

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