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Monthly Mural Wrap: A Dozen Tags for April, 2014

In between politics and policy, some outstanding murals were created and rededicated -- a reminder of how murals are a document of region. Here's a look at this month's mural and street art news in Los Angeles, and a bit beyond.

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Ed Fuentes is an arts journalist, photographer, graphic designer, and digital muralist who covers a variety of topics and geographies in Southern California for KCET.
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Monthly Mural Wrap: A Dozen Tags for September, 2013

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UC Santa Barbara Class Project Creates Murals by the Sea

Students and property owners collaborated to bring public art to the walls of Isla Vista.
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Monthly Mural Wrap: A Dozen Tags for August, 2013

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Mural Ordinance Passes, But Remains in Policy Purgatory

Mural Ordinance Passes, But Remains in Policy Purgatory

The mural ordinance, which would lift the 11-year city-wide ban on murals, was passed by city council -- almost.
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