Murals reveal history

By Russell Zazueta For decades, Chicana/o artists have colored Los Angeles’ public buildings and walls with large murals that call attention to Mexican-American culture. On Saturday, the California Historical Society and La Plaza De Cultura Y Artes presented “Murales Rebeldes! L.A. Chicana/o Murals Under Siege,” where people can learn about the history and stories behind Chicana/o artwork that was censored, whitewashed or destroyed during the latter half of the twentieth…

September 28, 2017
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Students exhibit their talents

  By Delia Diaz To shed light on East Los Angeles College students artwork and the new school year, the Vincent Price Art Museum will  present the 2015 Juried Art Exhibition. The Exhibition begins on Sept. 22 and will run through Dec. 5. The annual exhibition is a juried show with a variety of different art forms. This includes student submitted work from photography, graphic design, animation, studio art and…

September 22, 2015
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