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Join us at another great mural tour of DTLA Arts District, a collaboration with...

Join us at another great mural tour of DTLA Arts District, a collaboration with our wonderful friends at Cornerstone Theater Company on Saturday May 30th (2-3.30 p.m.) & part of Pop Up Park events in the Arts District!


This great group rode the metrotrain from Laguna to enjoy LA's great weather and...

This great group rode the metrotrain from Laguna to enjoy LA's great weather and our historic murals around Plaza Olvera. It was great to have Chris, El Pueblo's GM, talk to our tour!

VOTE for us? Many of you have attended our wonderful mural tours. Just scroll do...

VOTE for us? Many of you have attended our wonderful mural tours. Just scroll down to #11 "Best Downtown Tours" & choose the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles at www.VoteBestOf.com & help MCLA move forward with its mission of restoring, preserving, and documenting the mural history of our amazing city. THANK YOU!

Instructions: Fill out your name & email, choose "Best Entertainment" in the categories to choose from. Scroll down to #11 Best Downtown Tours where you can choose us, the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles.

Prizes: Win a weekend on the town! Fill out at least 30 categories of the ballot and your e-mail address will be automatically entered in our drawing. The grand prize winner will receive a complimentary two-night stay at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel that includes dinner for two at Noe, $200 spending cash, dinner for two at Morton's The Steakhouse, and a Los Angeles Conservancy walking tour. It's a great package! Additional prizes: iPad Mini, cash prizes, gift certificates and more!

Follow the instructions at www.VoteBestOf.com to vote.

THANK YOU for choosing us!

MCLA is working on saving the 100,000 sq ft “Bicentennial Mural” created by Coro...

MCLA is working on saving the 100,000 sq ft “Bicentennial Mural” created by Corona High School Students in 1976. The mural is seeing by 300,000 daily. 8,000 people have signed the petition to professionally restore the mural, but unfortunately, the Army Corps Of Engineers said they will destroy the mural come June 9th! Stay tuned…"

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/mural-661495-corps-bjorgum.html

Photo ©2015 Carrie Graber


We were honored to join the celebration of Art Share-LA of MCLA's co-founder and...

We were honored to join the celebration of Art Share-LA of MCLA's co-founder and iconic muralist Kent Twitchell. Kent has inspired thousands worldwide & he has helped change the visual landscape of our city since the early 1970s. Thank you Art Share-LA and Cheyanne Sauter for the great event and for honoring one of our best!

Another awesome collaboration between MCLA & our friends at DTLA Art Walk: Histo...

Another awesome collaboration between MCLA & our friends at DTLA Art Walk: Historic Core mural tour!

We're getting ready for another great mural tour collaboration with our friends...

We're getting ready for another great mural tour collaboration with our friends at DTLA Art Walk, Saturday 5/9 (11 a.m.). Free to MCLA's existing members; $20 non-members (includes a 1-year membership to MCLA and 1-year of free mural tours). Meeting place: Grand Central Market on the Hill side. Get tickets at muralconservancy.org/store (click the "donate" button). Members RSVP to: info@muralconservancy.org


Cheech Marin & Natasha Marin, MCLA's Advisors, with Prince Albert II at the Kent...

Cheech Marin & Natasha Marin, MCLA's Advisors, with Prince Albert II at the Kentucky Derby this weekend (5/2-5/3). It was fabulous to have Natasha and Cheech helping us host our 4/26 Fundraiser event at the Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood. Thank you both, you are awesome and we're lucky to have you!


"An Evening of Music & Visual Art," MCLA's fundraiser

Thank you Gloria, Gloria Plascencia Photography's friends & MCLA's members for j...

Thank you Gloria, Gloria Plascencia Photography's friends & MCLA's members for joining a great mural tour with fabulous inquisitve minds!

Kent Twitchell has recreated his "Freeway Lady" on the Student Services Building...

Kent Twitchell has recreated his "Freeway Lady" on the Student Services Building at Los Angeles Valley College! Twitchell's continues to make LA a cultural destination! Article by Spike Dolomite Ward.