Muralism

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The Great Wall Saved History from Eradication, and Now it Survives its Own Erosion

The Great Wall Saved History from Eradication, and Now it Survives its Own Erosion

The hushed history of Los Angeles and the waterways that runs through it share a common experience. They were diverted and drained to a quiet trickle of a previous truth.
Public Art Replicas on the 101: Mural or not a Mural?

Public Art Replicas on the 101: Mural or not a Mural?

Are vinyl banners with pictures of murals that once stood over the 101 Freeway still murals?
Community Field Trip - Galco's Soda Pop Stop & the

Community Field Trip - Galco's Soda Pop Stop & the "History of Highland Park" Mural

Youth Voices student producers had an opportunity to take a walk around their neighborhood to visit two unique and historic locations in Highland Park.
Sherman Oaks Village Gardens

Sherman Oaks Village Gardens

The Sherman Oaks Village Gardens is a short stretch of the Los Angeles River where one bank has been reclaimed by the neighbors and where the state has created a mini-park on the o ...
The Great Wall of Los Angeles

The Great Wall of Los Angeles

The Great Wall, started by local muralist Judy Baca in the 1970s, illustrates many of the controversial issues and racial conflicts of Los Angeles' past in hopes of teaching future ...
Public Art in Chinatown and El Pueblo

Public Art in Chinatown and El Pueblo

Los Angeles loves its art, and the areas of Chinatown and El Pueblo are a testament to that.