If the stage production of "Zoot Suit" made El Pachuco the flag bearer of identity, its poster became the garrison flag.
May 2013 saw more murals coming, then going. Here's some news and notes we like to tag under Monthly Mural Wrap.
More than a century after its founding in 1909, the California Art Club is still fighting the good fight as part of L.A.'s art history.
With help from Cheech Marin, a university in a traditionally conservative Virginia town looks at the murals of Los Angeles for a lesson in Chicano/a art.
The Echo Park mural has gone through three lives since its original completion in 1991.
Artists have often used Skid Row as source material, using the theme that the status of its residents doesn't change.
Painter and museum educator Sandy Rodriguez shares that experience of creating the interior mural at the The América Tropical Interpretive Center in a guest editorial.
April 2013 is filled with random news of street art, murals, and how they fit in public space. Here's some news and notes we like to tag under Monthly Mural Wrap.