If it’s Public Art, it’s MLAPA

Nov 02, 2010 by Lisa Newton

From time to time, as my attention turns to the topic of all of the fantastic public art we have here in Los Angeles, I’ll be guest posting over at MLAPA.org, which is the acronym for Mapping Los Angeles Public Art, and announcing it first here on Travelin’ Local.

Los Angeles is rich in public art, often referred to as the “Birth place of the Mural.”

But, murals are only part of this story:

Sculptures, statues, fountains, and even gardens are often considered public art.

So, from now on, when I’ll be discovering, documenting, photographing, and writing about any particular piece of public art, you’ll see a short intro here on Travelin’ Local, but the rest of the story is only a click away:

Water, a Lion, and Culver City.

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