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Beale Street



Alley Mural

The Beale Street Theater Alley Mural


This mural was completed in September of 2018 as the first Kingman Main Street Art Alley Project. This project aims to bring art and culture to the heart of Kingman as part of our revitalization efforts. If you are interested in sponsoring more art in downtown Kingman, please contact us at

The mural was unveiled September 28th, 2018 at 7:00pm during the Andy Devine Days festival.

If you visit the mural and take photos, be sure to include the hashtag: #heARTofKingman

Click here to see what others have posted on Facebook.



Watch the Unveiling

The Art Selection Process

A call for proposals went out in the spring of 2018. From that, we received submissions from over 50 artists from around the world. A selection panel comprised of volunteers from Kingman Main Street and Kingman Center for the Arts met to select a piece. During the selection process, the panel only had access to the art itself. No information was presented about the artists or where they were from. This was to ensure that the art stood on its own and to keep the process fair and unbiased. 

The Artist

View the Interview with Kirk

Kirk Seese from Baltimore Maryland flew in and completed the mural in less than a week. He was the consummate professional and we were very lucky to have him.

Kirk is married and has two beautiful children.

Visit his website to learn more about him and his work.

The Budget

The budget goal for this project was $5000. We were able to meet and exceed that goal with the generous donations of so many downtown businesses and individuals. We would like to thank the following contributors:

  • Dr Williams and Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic 

  • Black Bridge Brewery

  • Imagine Photography

  • Canyon State Educational Solutions

  • Diana's Cellar Door

  • Kingman CrossFit

  • Siren's Cafe

  • Rickety Cricket Brewing

  • Beale Street Brews Coffee Shop

  • and many more!

Visit the Mural

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