City planner Tanner Blackman led the drafting of a new mural ordinance that would change the definition of public art. What will happen when he moves on to a different position wit
Not many know of Kent Twitchell's masterpiece quietly marking the walls of the historic California Theatre in San Bernardino.
A new mural by SPARC was unveiled at Miguel Contreras Learning Complex in the west edge of downtown Los Angeles.
A mural was painted over. Street artists are outraged. It's a wake-up call that proves the delayed mural ordinance need to be passed through City Hall quickly.
The cardboard street art by Ramiro Gomez Jr. is an affectionate look at a workforce which he is part of -- and quietly works as hard as the people it portrays.
The whitewashing of another mural this morning shows why the new mural ordinance is necessary to bring clear definitions and streamline the process of obtaining permits.
Politics and murals are indigenous to Los Angeles, as evidenced by David Alfaro Siqueiros' brief stay in Los Angeles.
"Calle de la Eternidad," the original street name of Broadway in downtown Los Angeles, is also the name of an important mural now undergoing restoration by SPARC.