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Art on the Run: Roberto Del Hoyo's Mobile Mural Lab

Roberto Del Hoyo and his Mobile Mural Lab uses public art to help communities see and feel what is important to them in their lives.

About the Author

Sonya Fe is a painter and muralist long affiliated with the Chicana/o arts movement and Latina empowerment. Her work reflects social and cultural issues with themes centering around child abuse/neglect and women's place in society...

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