BOZEMAN — It’s certainly cold outside - so cold that you might think you’re seeing things like frozen pants.
But your mind isn’t playing tricks on you. There have been sightings of frozen pants around Bozeman.
Random Acts of Silliness, a children’s theater and immersive art company in Bozeman are at it again.
The company aims at putting a smile on people’s faces, and this time they’re doing it with a frozen pant display.
The company originally got the idea from other organizations doing it, but it led them to think about homelessness and what a serious issue it is, especially during this weather.
So the group made a donation of pants to HRDC’s warming shelter encouraging others to follow. You can see the pants on the Emerson lawn or in front of the Bozeman Spirits Distillery near downtown.
Local artist, Nick Masks is the mastermind and craftsman of the frozen art.