Mayra wrote this poem in 2010, she was the winner of the City of LA Latino Creative Writing Contest. She recently came to visit Judy at SPARC. February 3, 2014 Email exchange between Mayra and Judy Dear Mrs. Judy, First of all, I want to thank you for your time and for your willingness to […]CONTINUE READING
Community Mural Art and Social Change An international exploration of collective Mural Art as a tool to raise unheard voices Date: Thursday 13th of February 2014 Venue: ARKITETUR – OCH DESIGNCENTRUM AT SKEPPSHOLMEN, STOCKHOLM Muralism is a movement with strong roots in many parts of the world. A variety of initiatives has now emerged in […]CONTINUE READING
Help us in supporting future youth like Bernardo Muñoz! Your pledge will go on to support the next Great Wall designs for the 1960s -1990s decades. With your support, we can continue to provide dozens of artists and youths with opportunities to contribute to the future mural designs. SPARC Board Member, Bernardo Munoz, began working […]CONTINUE READING
UNIFIED STATEMENT BY ARTS LA. ARTS ORGANIZATIONS AND MURAL GROUPS: CLICK HERE FOR: CITY ATTORNEY LATEST RECOMMENDATION ON MURAL ORDINANCE 8/13/13 Click Image Below To Learn About The Mural Ordinance and to Read Statements by SPARC Staff:CONTINUE READING
Beautiful mural at Sandra Cisneros Learning Center. View process and images …CONTINUE READING
Collaborative art brings a range of people into conversations about their visions for their neighborhoods and their nations.
Finding a place for those ideas is the most challenging task for public artists in this time. – Judy Baca