The paradox of murals

Nestled between back entrances of laundromats and donut shops, large-scale murals emerge as an artistic space for cultural expression that lies apart from museums and galleries. While we are actively seeking out art when we go to a museum or gallery, murals exist in the periphery of our awareness. They
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State for the arts: Muralists in need of public support

On any given day, cars rattle across the overpass above the Berkeley Amtrak station on Fourth Street. The clacking sound growls like thunder, momentary gaps of silence deafening. Away from the train tracks, a welcome poem is inscribed onto the rows of yellow concrete beams beneath the overpass.   At
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If Walls Could Talk

The Daily Californian tours the painted walls of Cloyne Court. Sparked by a recent proposal from the BSC cabinet to culturally renovate the house, residents recount their positive experiences with the murals.