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 Elizabeth May visits the Canadian Artist Team as they work on the Panel: The World Wall: A…
Funding from Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas’ for SPARC’s Mural rescue Program made it possible for Alice Patrick’s mural “Women Do Get Weary But They Don’t Give Up” to be fully restored, completed with an anti-graffiti coating, it will remain for another generation to come. But the story of how this mural came to be restored started last year.
Los Angeles Times: National Endowment of the Arts awards $26.3 million, with 122 recipients in California
Amy Poehler knows that smart girls get better with age. This episode highlights the work of Judy Baca, an artist who uses murals to wake up people. WAKE UP!
FOR LATEST DRAFT OF MURAL ORDINANCE RELEASED JANUARY 4, 2013 CLICK HERE July 12, 2012 DRAFT – Los Angeles Mural Ordinance direct web link
The 2013 ‘Emancipation Project’ created by members of the 6th grade class asa gift for the school in partnership with UCLA Professor Judy Baca’s univeristy students in the UCLA@SPARC Digital Mural Lab.
“Three Weeks in January” Suzanne Lacy’s Digital Mural A Case Study for the New LA Mural Ordinance DIGITAL MURAL Suzanne Lacy’s “Three Weeks in January” is an 8’ x 32’ evolving Digital Mural fabricated in the UCLA@SPARC César Chávez Digital/Mural Lab facility. The digitally produced mural is printed directly on an aluminum substrate, and was…