LA Plaza's Interns Explore LA's Diverse Art Scene

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#FlashbackFriday at LA Plaza

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Honoring Two Political Pioneers

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A Message from the CEO

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Sonidos de Mariachi: A story—soon to end!—of mariachi in Los Angeles

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Honoring A Generation of Fighters

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Rosalio Munoz

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¡YA BASTA!

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Ruben F. Salazar Park

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Photographer: Francisco Camplis. Galeria de la Raza Archives (CEMA 4)

¡Raza Si, Guerra No!

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Transforming Public Art: Chicanos in the ‘80s

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Mon, 2012-03-19
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Last weekend, LA Plaza celebrated the opening of its newest exhibition, Transforming Public Art: Chicanos in the ‘80s. This exhibition, a salute to some of LA’s iconic Chicana/o muralists, explores the mural-making process and provides a glimpse into the inspiration behind many of LA’s murals.

To continue the celebration, LA Plaza invites you to a free Family Day on Sunday, March 25. Enjoy art workshops, live music, and visit Transforming Public Art, on view till April 16. Bring the entire family to this FREE event!