Valley's 'Great Wall' being upgraded

great-wall-zevweb.jpgThe murals inside the Tujunga Wash flood control channel known as The Great Wall of Los Angeles are getting some fresh care. The three-year project, overseen by the original muralist Judy Baca, is nearing completion and due to be unveiled Sept. 17. The murals were the first project in the mid-1970s of the Venice-based Social and Public Art Resource Center, or SPARC. More at ZevWeb.

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