Departures' coverage on murals and street art in Los Angeles began during a critical moment of the city's public art legacy; in its own way it's part of KCET's tradition of documenting the indigenous art movement since its beginnings. In this column Ed Fuentes surveys murals and street art as public art and policy, and on occasion, provide a platform for guest commentators.
Something new for CicLAvia this weekend is a guide curated by the Los Angles Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, allowing wandering riders and walkers to linger at the city's architecture and design portfolio.
In Edition Two of the Monthly Mural Wrap at Writing on the Wall (or the WOW 12), the quick tags include nod to a librarian, a tour of Jewish murals, and some catching up with what local artists are doing here and abroad.
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