There’s a new interactive public art project downtown, affixed to the old M.M. Cohn building at Capitol Avenue and Main Street.


“A Bucket List on Main,” inspired by a New Orleans project, is the work of the Downtown Little Rock Partnership and others. It’s hoped to bring people to Main Street. Simple, people are encouraged to write something they’d like to do before they die. When the panels get filled, I presume they’ll start over.

It’s already attracting contributors as you can see from Brian Chilson’s photos, as well as grand hopes. Full details on jump.



Of course, giving people chalk and a public forum is a recipe for, well, see the rubbed out response below:



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