The complete and official bibliography of Judith F. Baca:

Table of Contents

A. Completed Artworks

B. Unpublished

C. Restoration

D. Works In Progress

E. Film/TV/Video/Radio

F. Art Criticism Referencing Artist

G. Popular Press/Interviews

H. Dissertations/Miscellaneous



1. “Untitled” 1969 MURAL

5 ft. x 35 ft. Interior walls of the Art department. Located at Alemany High School, San Fernando, California. Developed with high school art students. Sponsored by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

2. “Crucifixion Image” 1969 WORK ON PAPER

43” x 34” Wood stain on paper.

3. “Mi Abuelita” 1970 MURAL

20 ft. x 35 ft. Acrylic on cement. Located in Hollenbeck Park band shell. Mural developed with a twenty youth team “Las Vistas Nueva” from four neighborhoods in conflict in East Los Angeles. Sponsored by the local community and Summer Programs for disadvantaged youth, City of Los Angeles.

4. “Untitled” 1971 MURAL PANELS

Four panels, 8ft x 9ft. Acrylic on wooden panels. Costello Recreation Center East Los Angeles. Mural developed with a twenty youth team “Las Vistas Nueva” from four neighborhoods in conflict in East Los Angeles. Sponsored by the East Los Angeles local community and Summer Programs, City of Los Angeles.

5. “History of Venice” 1972 MURAL PANELS

Lead artist for thirty-six panels, 15 ft. x 9 ft., and two panels, 30 ft. x 60 ft.. Developed with twenty local participating artists. Sponsored by the Venice Community and the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.

6. “Medusa Head” 1973 MURAL

36ft x 36ft. Acrylic on wooden doors and cement. Located at the Wabash Recreation Center Boyle Heights. Developed with thirty members of the White Fence gang. Sponsored by the local community and the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.

7. “Tres Generaciones” (Three Generations) 1973 PAINTING

6” x 8” Oil on canvas, self portrait of artist with mother and grandmother.

8. “Female Dragon” 1974 MURAL

8ft x 12ft. Acrylic on cement. Located at the Frontera State Penitentiary Library for Women. Developed with female inmates of CIW. Sponsored by California Institute for Women and painted during the course of a six-month workshop conducted for women prisoners.

9. “Local History” 1974 MURAL

8ft x 400ft. Acrylic on cementLocated at the Little Sisters of the Poor Convalescent Home. Developed with 60 summer youth 14-21yrs of age. Sponsored by the Model Cities Program, City of Los Angeles.

10. “Dead Homeboy Killed by a Placa” 1974 WORK ON PAPER

41.75” x 31.75” wood stain on paper. Work completed after the death of a mural crew member seventeen years of age. Curb writing indicates Jerry Fernandez’s age at the time of the execution.

11. “Evolution of a Gang Member” 1975 MURAL

8ft x 186ft. Acrylic on cement. Mural located at Sunset Boulevard and Coronado Street in Echo Park. Developed with local gang youth and assisting artists. Sponsored by the Citywide Mural Program, City of Los Angeles.

12. “Food” 1975 MURAL

8ft x 50ft. acrylic on cement Located at Plummer Street Children’s School in San Fernando. Developed with 300 Elementary School children. Sponsored by the Los Angeles Board of Education.

13. “The Great Wall of Los Angeles” 1976-2003 MURAL

Located in the Tujunga Wash flood control channel of the LA County Flood Control District in the San Fernando Valley, the “Great Wall,” painted with acrylic paint on cast concrete, stretches 13 ft. high and 2,400 ft. long on the interior of the channel. This mural, already the longest in the world and still growing, is a narrative depicting California’s multicultural history from prehistoric times through the 1950’s, where it now ends. A participatory process directed by Judith F. Baca and involving over 400 youth, 100 scholars and 40 assisting artists on the long mural. Research and design for the 1960’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s sections are in progress on a virtual internet site and UCLA’s ATS Visualization Portal. Proposed designs for the Great Wall extensions are in progress with scholars, UCLA students and community members, and are placed on the site for public review. Sponsored by the City, County, State and Federal Government, as well as the Jewish Community Foundation, California Council on Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, Animating Democracy: The FORD Foundation Rockefeller PACT Fund and other individual and corporate donors.

A. Original hand colored drawings for the “Great Wall” (machete) 24”x36” WORKS ON PAPER

A1. “The Arrival of Portillo”

  1. Pencil Renderin
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A2. “The Illusion of Prosperity”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A3. “Dunbar Hotel”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A4. “The Crash & Depression”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A5. “The Strikes”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A6. “18 Unsigned Indian Treaties”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A7. “Mexican Deportation”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A8. “Dustbowl Refugees”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A9. “Japanese Internment”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A10. “The Fighting 442nd” 

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study
  3. 40 Edition Prints (Univ. of San Antonio Lithographic Stone)LITHOGRAPH

A11. “Jewish Family” 

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A12. “World War II”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A13. “Charles Drew, A Purple Heart for Fighting Fascism”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A14. “Mrs. Laws & The Black Covenant Laws”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A15. “Zoot Suit Riots” 

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A16. “Luisa Moreno”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A17. “S.S. St. Luis”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A18. “Baby Boom”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A19. “Rosie the Riveter” 

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A20. “Development of Suburbia” 

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A21. “Red Scare & McCarthyism” 

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study
  3. “Red Scare & Chavez Ravine” 20 Edition Prints. Nopal Press
  4. “Red Scare & Chavez Ravine” 5 Hand-painted Lithographs. Nopal Press LITHOGRAPH

A22. “Division of The Barrios & Chavez Ravine”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study
  3. “Red Scare & Chavez Ravine” 20 Edition Prints. Nopal Press
  4. “Red Scare & Chavez Ravine” 5 Hand-painted Lithographs. Nopal Press LITHOGRAPH

A23. “Birth of Rock and Roll”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A24. “Forbearers of Civil Rights”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A25. “Origin of Gay Rights” 

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A26. “Jewish Letters & Science”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A27. “Indian Assimilation”

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A28. “Asians Gain Citizenship and Property” 

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

A29. “Olympic Champions breaking the Barriers” 

  1. Pencil Rendering
  2. Graphite on Paper Study

14. “Las Tres Marias” 1976 MIXED MEDIA

Used originally as a performance piece in 1976, each of the three panels is 68”x16” and 2.5” deep, with a red velvet exterior “tuck and rolled” to resemble a low rider car. The center panel, a mirror, creates an optical illusion placing the viewer between two images; the 1940’s “pachuca” and the “chola “of the 1970’s. First exhibited in 1976 at the Women’s Building, then exhibited in the winter of 1990 at UCLA’s Wight Art Gallery, “CARA: Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation.” In 1998, “Las Tres Marias” was added to the permanent collection at the Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American Art. Currently it is being featured in the internationally traveling exhibit “Arte Latino: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum” 9/00 – 01/03.

15. “History of Highland Park” 1977 MURAL

25ft x 200ft. acrylic on cement. Mural located on the Highland Park Pacific Telephone Building. Sponsored by Pacific Bell.

16. “Portrait of my sister Diane” 1977 PAINTING

25.5” x 18.5” Oil on canvas.

17. “Uprising of the Mujeres” 1979 MURAL PANELS

8ft x 24ft. acrylic on wood. A portable mural exploring the empowerment and leadership of women. Exhibited at Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, the Hollywood Bowl, Nelson Fine Arts Center, Arizona, Montgomery Gallery Claremont and other sites. Currently on long term display at SPARC. Sponsored by the California Arts Council.

  1. Original drawing, study I, 27.5” x 30.5” pastel on paper.
  2. Original drawing, study II, 8” x 24” pencil on paper.

18. “Goddesses in Los Angeles” 1979 WORK ON PAPER

16.5” x 49” Rapidograph pen and ink on paper.

19. “The Black Madonna” 1980 WORK ON PAPER

3’ x 5’ Mixed media, pastel and airbrush on paper. A gift to Cuba.

20. “When God was a Woman” 1981 MURAL PANELS

8ft x 14ft acrylic on wood. A portable mural panel exploring the female gods of the “Third World.” Developed with a thirteen women workshop. Currenty on long term display at SPARC.

  1. Mural central figure (Goddess with headdress), original drawing, 19.5”x28” oil stick on paper.

21. “History of Unitarianism” 1981 MURAL

20ft x 30ft. Acyrlic on cement. A vaulted ceiling entrance located at the First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles. Sponsored by the First Unitarian Church.

22. JFB, “Quotes from an ‘Urban Artist’: Reflections by Judith Baca” in La Comunidad: Design, Development, and Self-Determination in Hispanic Communities, Partners for Livable Places, 25 (1982) ARTICLE

23. “Cactus Series” 1980’s WORK ON PAPER

  1. “Cactus I” 23” x 29” oil stick on paper.
  2. “Untitled Cactus” 13” x 9.5” oil stick on paper. 1983

24. “The Sacred Heart” 1983 WORK ON PAPER

30” x 40” Oil pastel on paper.

25. JFB, “Class II: young and energetic leaders,” Latino 54/2, 29-30(March 1983) ARTICLE

26. JFB, “Secretary of Education Terrell Bell Speaks Out,” Latino 54/2, 24 (March 1983) ARTICLE

 27. “Hitting the Wall: Women in the Marathon” 1984 MURAL

20ft x 100ft mural. Acrylic on cast concrete. Located at the 4th Street off-ramp of the Harbor Freeway in Los Angeles. Sponsored by the Olympic Organizing Committee for the 1984 Olympics.

  1. Original drawing, 13.5”x67” graphite on paper. 1984
  2. Final Coloration, 13.5”x67” pastel and prismacolor on paper. 1984

28. “Be Skeptical of the Spectacle” and “Respect your Perspective” 1985 BILLBOARD MURALS

Two 9ft x 25ft billboards installed temporarily on Venice Boulevard’s median strip in Venice Beach, California. Warns the viewer of media propaganda and reinforces independent thinking. Developed with students from four participating universities as part of the first mural training program in the country. Sponsored by Pacific Outdoor Advertising Company and FIBSE. (Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education)

29. “Faces of the Goddess” 1985 PAINTING

56” x 37” Pastel and oil sticks on paper.

30. “Study for Changing Woman” 1985 WORK ON PAPER

38.75” x 32.75” Pencil on paper. An old woman, a young woman and a middle aged woman in a corn cob. She is a metaphor for the maturation of the corn.

 31. “Front Porch Galiano Island” 1986 WORK ON PAPER

19.5” x 26” Pastel on paper.

32. “Oliver North” 1986 WORK ON PAPER

9’ x 9’ Oil stick on paper, series of nine portraits, portraying the Iran contra scandal via the congressional hearings TV coverage.

33. “World Wall: A Vision of the Future Without Fear” 1986 – 2003 MURAL PANELS

Internationally traveling installation mural, comprised of eight 10 ft. x 30 ft. portable mural panels on canvas. Four murals developed and painted by Professor Baca. Highlighted previous exhibition sites include the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C., Joensuu, Finland and Gorky Park in Moscow, Russia. The theme of this piece explores the material and spiritual transformation of a society toward peace. As the World Wall travels, a new panel is added by a native artist from each country the installation visits. The most recent additions to the World Wall include a panel completed by an Israeli-Palestinian team at California State University Monterey Bay in April of 1998 and a panel by the Mexican team in 2002.

  1. “Balance” Panel 10ft x 30ft, acrylic on canvas.
    1. Original drawings, series of four preliminary studies and a coloration.
    2. Original drawings, series of five sketches, pencil on paper.
  2. “Triumph of the Hearts” Panel 10ft x 30ft, acrylic on canvas.
    1. Original drawings, series of two studies, graphite on graphed vellum & colored pencil on blueprint.
    2. Three Iris prints on watercolor paper.
  3. “Triumph of the Hands” Panel 10ft x 30ft, acrylic on canvas.
    1. Original drawings, series of two studies, pastel on paper.
  4. “Non-Violent Resistance” Panel 10ft x 30ft, acrylic on canvas.
    1. Original drawings, series of four studies, graphite on tissue paper.
    2. Original drawings, series of three sketches, graphite on paper.
    3. Original drawings, series of two studies, colored pencil coloration on paper.

34. “The Street Speaks” 1986 MURAL PANELS

Two 18ft x 50ft murals. Acrylic on wood panels. Portable murals located on Skid Row in Los Angeles. The two murals on homelessness; include a map to food, shelter and medical care within walking distance of the mural. Developed with homeless participants of skid row. Sponsored by the Corporate Volunteer Corps, Las Familias de Pueblo and RKO.

35. JFB, “Judy Baca,” IMAGINE 3/1-2, 67-71 (Summer-Winter, 1986) ESSAY

36. “Guadalupe Mural Project” 1990 MURAL PANELS

A four panel mural 9ft x 9ft each on the history and future of Guadalupe, California.   Commissioned by County of Santa Barbara Arts Commission and developed with local participants of the farm working town of Guadalupe, California. Located in Guadalupe City Hall.

  1. “The Founders of Guadalupe” 8’ x 7’ Acrylic on plywood. 1990
    1. Colored cibachrome print mounted on foamcore. 16” x 18”. 1990 CIBACHROME PRINT
  2. “The Farmworkers of Guadalupe” 8’ x 7’ Acrylic on plywood. 1990
    1. Colored cibachrome print mounted on foamcore. 16” x 18”. 1990 CIBACHROME PRINT
  3. “Ethnic Contributions” 8’ x 7’ Acrylic on plywood. 1990
    1. Original drawing, final coloration, color pencil on paper 13.5” x 15”. 1990
    2. Colored cibachrome print mounted on foamcore. 16” x 18”. 1990 CIBACHROME PRINT
  4. “The Future of Guadalupe” 8’ x 7’ Acrylic on plywood. 1990
    1. “Angel of Guadalupe: Dreams of the Future of Guadalupe”

17 1/8” x 17 1/8” Digital tile reproduction. 1989 DIGITAL TILES

  1. “Lupe de Guadalupe I” 22”x28” oil stick on paper, study from Farmworkers Series. 1988
  2. “Lupe de Guadalupe II” 26.5”x18” oil stick on paper. 1988
  3. “Imperial Cafe” 23” x 29” oil stick on paper. 1988

37. “La Mestiza” 1991 PAINTING

23” x 28.75” Pastel on paper. Portrait of Judy’s sister.

38. “The Gift of Creativity” 1992 MURAL PANELS

8ft x 16ft Acrylic on wood panels. Permanent installation in Los Angeles County USC Women’s Hospital. Seeking to inspire Latino youth to explore the arts, the mural is designed incorporating children’s paintings. Sponsored by Proctor and Gamble.

39. “From Pieces of Stardust” 1992 MURAL

8ft x 50ft mural, acrylic on canvas, maroflouge application for the 15th floor lobby of the Southern California Gas Company building located in downtown Los Angeles. This mural depicts the formation of the universe, the discovery of natural gas, its history in the Southern California area, and energy issues of the future. Sponsored by Southern California Gas Company.


  1. Original drawing, sketch for mural, 24”x56” pencil on paper. 1992
  2. Study I, 10”x23.5” pencil on paper. 1992
  3. Study II formation of the universe, 20”x25” pencil on paper. 1992
  4. Final coloration, left side, 16.75”x25” colored pencil on paper. 1992
  5. Final coloration, right side, 16.75”x25” colored pencil on paper. 1992

40. JFB authored catalogue Los Guardianes: Land, Spirit, and Culture. Curated by JFD Baca for the Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1992 EXHIBITION CATALOG 

41. JFB, “Public Art in a Multicultural Society,” SPARC PLUG 2/3 1, 12-14. Art Journal (May 1992) ESSAY

42. “Heroes and Saints” 1993 Set design

10’ x 30’ Acrylic on canvas. Backdrop for theatrical work by playwright Cherrie Moraga, produced by Borderlands Theatre, Tucson , Arizona.

  1. 24”x36” Graphite on paper.

43. “Pancho Trinity” 1993 MIXED MEDIA

Three 36” x 26” x 18” acrylic paint and mixed media on urethane-coated styrofoam sculptures representing the Chicano experience of family, land and afterlife. The works are based on the kitch border ceramic image of the sleeping “Pancho.” Exhibited in “El Otro Mexico” traveling exhibition. Sponsored by the Mexican Fine Art Museum, Chicago.

  1. Pancho Trinity I “El Espiritu” sculpture.
  2. Pancho Trinity II “La Tierra” sculpture.
  3. Pancho Trinity III “La familia” sculpture.

44. JFB authored introduction, in Signs from the Heart: California Chicano Murals, Eva Sperling Cockcroft and Holly Barnett-Sanchez, ed., University of New Mexico Press, (2nd ed.) 1993 EDITED BOOK INTRODUCTION

45. “Danzas Indigenas” 1993 (Indigenous Dances) METRO RAIL STATION ART

Artist/designer for the Baldwin Park Metro Rail Station at the Civic Center, City of Baldwin Park, California. The three-dimensional design includes a 400-foot train platform floor design, 25-foot arch, bench designs and kiosk shelters for commuters. Also included are floor designs with brass lettering in five languages. The design is a tribute to the indigenous people of San Gabriel. Collaborating architectural firm, Segal and Diamond. Sponsored by City of Baldwin Park, Los Angeles Metro Rail Public Art program.


  1. Plaza, original drawing, 26”x39” colored pencil on vellum.
  2. Platform I (Mission Santa Barbara & San Fernando), original drawing, 18”x48” colored pencil on vellum.
  3. Platform II (Mission San Gabriel & San Juan Capistrano), original drawing, 18”x48” colored pencil on vellum.
  4. Access ramp, original drawing, 18”x37.5” pencil on vellum.

46. “Ofrenda to the Domestic Worker” (Homenaje a la Trabajadora Domestica) 1993 INSTALLATION

14ft high x 6ft wide, acrylic and mixed media. This altar serves as an homage to the domestic worker of Los Angeles, and their representation as a drain on the California economy. Commissioned by the Latino Lab of the Mark Taper Forum for the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration.

47. “Raspados Mojados” 1994 MIXED MEDIA PAINTING

Mixed media on a street vendor cart. Utilizing the street vendor cart as a medium, the work addresses current immigration issues of people of Mexican descent living in the United States. This work was featured in the “Urban Revision: Current Project for the Public Realm” exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, 1994.

 48. “Candil de la Calle” (from the Dicho Series) 1994 PAINTING

22” x 18” Acrylic on clay board.

49. JFB curatorial introduction “Who Will Flog Adults?” in Notes from the Other Side, 1994. EXHIBITION CATALOG

50. JFB authored catalogue “Whose Monument Where?: Public Art in a Many-Cultured Society” in Saber es Poder / Interventions Urban Revisions: Current Projects for the Public Realm, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (1994) (6 pages) ARTICLE IN EXHIBITION CATALOG 

51. “Make a You Turn” 1995 BILLBOARD MURALS

12ft x 25ft billboard murals at twenty sites. Ten high school art contest winners were selected to work with Professor Baca to design and develop a message to Los Angeles youth against drugs, alcohol and tobacco. Murals Against Tobacco Project sponsored by the Department of Health Services,

52. JFB authored “Whose Monument Where? Public Art in a Many-Cultured Society,” in Mapping the Terrain: New Genre Public Art, Suzanne Lacy, ed., Bay Press, 131-138 (1995) CHAPTER IN EDITED BOOK

53. “La Memoria de Nuestra Tierra: California” 1996 MURAL

10ft x 30ft acrylic on canvas maroflouge applicationat the University of Southern California for the Norman Topping Student Center. Depicts the history of Chicanos in California. Developed with university student participants. Sponsored by University of Southern California.

  1. Final drawing 24”x46” Pencil on paper.
  2. Final coloration 25”x46” Prismacolor on paper.

54. Center Theater Group: Mark Taper Forum and Ahmanson Theater 1997 DIGITAL MURAL

30th Anniversary Commemoration Murals. Two digital murals 7ft x 70ft each for Grand and Temple headquarters building. Commissioned to redesign the facade of the Mark Taper including, mural, text and building color treatments. Sponsored by Mark Taper Forum.

55. “Local 11” 1998 DIGITAL MURAL

31ft x 29ft digital mural on vinyl. Located on the exterior of the Local 11 Chapter Building, the mural represents the union’s members who have dedicated their lives to making the Los Angeles hotel industry successful. The mural showcases chefs, bellmen, washers and waiters, in their working environment, while simultaneously relating their presence and labor to the Los Angeles landscape. Sponsored by City of Los Angeles and Local 11.

56. L.A.Opera Project: “Corazon” 1999 DIGITAL MURAL

12ft x 30ft portable digital mural. Commission to produce a backdrop for the Los Angeles Opera productions for Los Angeles city school performances. Sponsored by Los Angeles Philharmonic.

  1. “Corazon” Oil stick on paper.
  2. “Corazon” Three Iris Prints.

57. “La Memoria De Nuestra Tierra: Colorado”(The Memory of Our Land) 2000 DIGITAL MURAL

10ft x 55ft Hand painted and digitally generated mural on aluminum substrate. Situated in Denver International Airport’s central terminal, “The Memory of Our Land” explores Chicano/Mexicano history of the southwest, in particular the passage through El Paso, the “Ellis Island” of the Southwest, of the artist’s grandparents in the 1919-23 Mexican migration north to Colorado. Sponsored by Denver International Airport Public Art program.


  1. Bones of DIA mural 1997, pencil on paper, framed 14.5” x 22.5”
  2. “The Walkers” 20”x24” Prismacolor and pastel over digital iris print. 1999
  3. “La Tierra… maquette drawing” 29” x 58” Graphite on paper. 1999


  1. “La Tierra” 5 Panels, 5ft x 25ft. Acrylic on canvas painting. 1999


  1. Digital Proposed mural 1999, 11”x31”, framed 32”x46”
  2. Giclee prints on gold aluminum: beginning series (100 Edition prints) 2006
    1. “Los Caminantes” 33”x22” & AP 22” x 17
    2. “Theodoro” AP 22” x 17
    3. “Chihuahua Miner” AP 22” x 17
    4. “Kiva” AP 22” x 17

G. Full Scale Out-Takes of Mural – details: 2006

  1. “Abuelito”
  2. “Abuelita”
  3. “Valley of the Gods” #1
  4. “Valley of the Gods” #2
  5. “Valley of the Gods” #3
  6. “Chihuahua”
  7. “Chihuahua Miners”
  8. Mural details on gold prints: 2006
    1. Theodoro, gold prints, 24.5” x 34 5/8”
    2. Miners, gold prints, 24 11/16” x 36 3/8”
    3. Kiva-horno, gold prints, 24.5” x 34 5/8
    4. Caminantes, gold prints, 29.5” x 37.5”
    5. DIA panoramic print, 32”x12” framed 39”x19”
    6. Gold Mountain, 30 3/4”x60” framed 32”x61”

58. Digital Tile murals on the Venice Boardwalk 2001 – 2003 DIGITAL TILE MURAL

Commissioned by the Venice Beach Ocean Front Walk Renovation Project and the City of Los Angeles to design and create15 memorial podiums on the history of the region’s murals. Also designed and installed fence treatments along the 750 ft. expanse of Venice Boardwalk, which incorporated the 15 tile murals. The completed public artwork is intended as a self- guided walking tour of the existing and disappearing murals in Venice.

59. Durango Mural Project: “Recollections” 2002 DIGITAL MURAL

20ft x 30 ftCommissioned by the Latino Education Project for the City of Durango Fine Arts Center, this innovative public art project was the first mural design developed with community by means of the Internet in new processes developed in the Digital Mural Lab. Artist worked with Southern Ute and Chicano Youth of Durango Colorado to create the mural.

60. JFB, Chapter: “Public Participation in Conservation I: The Great Wall of Los Angeles,” in Conservation and Maintenance of Contemporary Public Art, Hafthor Yngvason, ed. Archetype Publications (2002) (9 pages) EDITED BOOK

61. JFB, Chapter: “Birth of a Movement,” in Community, Culture and Globalization, Don Adams and Arlene Goldbard, ed., Rockefeller Foundation, 107-127 (2002) EDITED BOOK

62. CARECEN: “Migration of the Golden People” 2002 DIGITAL MURAL

14ft x 32ft digital mural at the Central American Research and Education Center of Los Angeles in Pico Union. Developed with youth participants and Central American scholars on the migration of the 1980’s of Central Americans to Los Angeles. Sponsored by City of Los Angeles and SPARC.

A. 4’x5’ Acrylic on canvas.

B. 200 Limited edition Giclee prints. WORK ON PAPER

63. “Hijas de Juarez” 2002 MIXED MEDIA

Acrylic on Pancho sculpture. 2ftx 3ft sculpture on the issue of 400 women murdered in the Juarez region, in Mexico.

64. “Ni Una Mas” 2002 WORK ON PAPER

15”x30” Monoprint, work on the issue of 400 women murdered in Juarez, MX.

65. JFB, Essay “A Place to Work, A Place to Tell One’s Story,” Contemporaries 5 Years of Grantmaking in the Visual Arts 1999-2003, California Community Foundation Retrospective of Los Angeles Funding in the Arts. (2003) pp. 8-10 EDITED BOOK

66. “Su Voto=Su Voz” 2004 PAINTING

Acrylic on canvas, 5ft x 3ft. Produced for the “Elect This!” exhibit featuring artwork in response to the 2004 U.S. Election. 

67. JFB, Lecture published “The human story at the intersection of ethics, aesthetics and social justice,” in Journal of Moral Education Vol. 34, No. 2, (June 2005) pp. 153–169. From the 17th Lawrence Kohlberg Memorial Lecture, delivered at the 30th annual conference of the Association for Moral Education, Dana Point, CA, USA on 11 November 2004. ©2005 Journal of Moral Education Ltd. SCHOLARLY JOURNAL

68. JFB, “La Memoria de Nuestra Tierra: Denver International Airport on Hispano history of the Southwest,” 35th Anniversary Issue: AZTLAN A Journal of Chicano Studies, Volume 30 #1, a UCLA Publication, spring 2005, pp.195-199. SCHOLARLY JOURNAL

69. JFB, “Save Our Art: A Statement by Venice Artist Judy Baca,” Free Venice Beachhead. (June 2005) NEWSPAPER

70. 50th Anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott 2004 DIGITAL MURAL

Produced in 4 cities; Installed at schools in Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Washington D.C. Workshops in each city for middle school youth.


The Ambassador Hotel, located on Wilshire Blvd at mid-city, Los Angeles, CA is the new RFK LEARNING CENTER for K-12. The school’s media center, formerly the ballroom, is the sight of Judy Baca’s two-mural memorial to RFK, a Senator who is revered as a leader of the ideals of hope and compassion and an advocate for the equality of all people.

A. “Tiny Ripples of Hope,”the first of two murals in the media center of the new Robert F. Kennedy Learning Center. Golden hands of hope raise Kennedy into the night sky.        

B. “Seeing Through Others Eyes,” In the second of the two murals, a lotus blossom determines the composition of the mural both formally and conceptually. Each petal represents the most important issues we, as a society, must face, as delineated by Robert F. Kennedy: Environment, Intolerance, Poverty, Education, Health, and War. 

72. “The Extraordinary Ordinary People” 2010-13 DIGITAL MURAL

“The Extraordinary Ordinary People” Working with local community to produce a 10x60ft work on the most diverse city in the country, installed in the Richmond Civic Center in Richmond, CA. Sponsored by the Richmond Public Art Program and the Richmond Fine Arts Center, installed September 2013. DIGITAL MURALS

73. Miguel Contreras Learning Complex 2010- 12 DIGITAL MURAL

“La Gente del Maize” 18ft x 33ft Digital Mural sponsored by the Miguel Contreras Foundation, installed in a cafeteria centrally located on the Miguel Contreras Learning Complex grounds. Directed by Judy Baca and SPARC at the request of Maria Elena Durazo, of the AFL-CIO in collaboration with the UCLA Labor Center, Professors Kent Wong and Janna Shaddock Hernandez, the Miguel Contreras Learning Complex (MCLC) High School Students and participating UCLA students. Commemorating the legacy of labor leader Miguel Contreras while visually representing the issues affecting the students of the Center, who come from the local area. Funding from Miguel Contreras Foundation and Local 11.

74. Self Help Graphics Master Artist Series 2008 SILKSCREEN PRINT

“Absolutely Chicana” Nine color Serigraph Edition of 50 by Judith F. Baca. Los Angeles, CA

75. Cesar E. Chavez Monument 2006-11 PUBLIC MONUMENT

“Arch of Dignity, Equality and Justice,” Monument Unveiling and Dedication September 2008, San Jose State University. 25ft Arch containing six Byzantine Tile murals, plaza with mosaic tiles, and six ‘metate’ benches. Began production in 2005. Sponsored by San Jose State University Art Committee.

(A)        Cesar Chavez Portrait in the Vineyards: 14ftx7ft Byzantine Mosaic

(B)         Portrait of Dolores Huerta in the Fields: 9ftx Byzantine Mosaic

(C)         Portrait of Ghandi in the Fields: 9x 5t Byzantine Mosaic

(D)        Portrait of Male farmworker in the Fields: 9ftx5 Byzantine Mosaic

(E)         Portrait of Female farmworker in the Fields: 9ftx 5ft Byzantine Mosaic

(F)          25ft Mayan Corbelled Arch Architectural Design

76. JFB, Published Lecture “La Memoria de Nuestra Tierra: Sites of Public Memory” Keynote delivered at Imagining America’s 2008 National Conference, Public Engagement in a Diverse America: Layers of Place, Movements of People. Published in Foreseeable Futures #8, position papers from Imagining America. SCHOLARLY JOURNAL

77. JFB, “Sustaining Sites of Public Memory,” Public Art Review, Issue 40 • spring/summer 2009. SCHOLARLY JOURNAL

78. 2009-10 Mural Commission “Danza de La Tierra” 10’ x 15’Acrylic on canvas. Dallas Latino Cultural Center permanent Marouflouge Installation in Performing Arts Center Lobby, Dallas, Texas. PAINTED MURAL 

79. Ataco, El Salvador 2010 MURALS

Invited by the US Embassy to serve as a cultural ambassador and as lead artist of a muralist team Salvadorean and American to produce 300ft mural in the town of Ataco on the issues of Domestic Violence, the rights of children and the environment.  2 day Workshop and lecture for 150 artists from El Salvador to develop imagery.


81. Summer 2011 Complete Restoration of “Great Wall of Los Angeles” MURAL

The California Cultural Historical Endowment awarded Professor Judith F. Baca $1 million dollars to lead the restoration of the 2,754ft long mural, overseeing a team of 30 members. 

82. Sandra Cisneros Learning Academy Mural Project 2013 MURAL

Los Angeles Unified School District, Echo Park, California. 10’ x 100’ designed by Judy Baca painted with the assistance of students and community members.



1. Judith F. Baca Biography, Judith F. Baca: Painting in the River of Angeles. Autobiography and Commentary on Public Art in Our Times.- in progress published by Arte Publico Press. BIOGRAPHY



1. See A27

2. See A13

3. See A36

4. See A27

5. See A36

6. See A13

7. See A15

8. See A13

9. See A81

10. Summer 2012 “Calle de la Eternidad” by Johanna Poethig DIGITAL MURAL PRESERVATION

Developer David L. Gray teamed up with SPARC, Council member Huizar’s Bringing Back Broadway Initiative and Johanna Poethig to digitally preserve “Calle de la Eternidad” before its demolition to be replaced on the building after reconstruction at a scale of 83 percent its original size

Los Angeles, CA

11. Summer 2013 “Women Do Get Weary But they Don’t Give Up” by Alice Patrick MURAL RESTORATION

Restoration sponsored by the National Council of Negro Women and Mark Rigley-Thomas.

Los Angeles, CA

12. 2012 “Tree of Knowledge” by Josefina Quezada MURAL RESTORATION

Funded by the Los Angeles Arts Commission. Los Angeles, CA

13. See A27


1. See A13

2. See A33

3. Finalist for Charlotte Arena Call for Artists 2003 MURALS

Selected as one of ten national finalists for production of four public art projects for the Charlotte Arena. (Not contracted)

4. East LA Civic Center and Rose Garden 2003 PUBLIC ART MONUMENT

Selected artist for an Abuelitas rose garden design for the new East Los Angeles Civic Center. The rose garden design, entitled “El Jardin de Flor y Canto,” is planned alongside a lake and walkways, in the new Civic Center with proposed ceramic birdhouses and “dichos” (Mexican proverbs), walkways and benches throughout the garden. (Cancelled)

5. Koreatown Monument 2003 MONUMENT

Selected by the Los Angeles Public Art Commission and community advisors for a collaborative gateway design with internationally known Artist David Chung of Washington D.C. for a Koreatown site. Production cancelled. (Cancelled)

6. Avenida Cesar Chavez Beautification Project 2003 STREET SCAPE DESIGN

Located in tqhe heart of East Los Angeles, the new street scape project will integrate Prof. Baca’s artworks creatively with the revitalization project providing maximum visual beautification along the corridor on Cesar Chavez Avenue between Ford Boulevard and Mednik Avenue in the unincorporated area of East Los Angeles County. The project includes streetscape changes, pedestrian refuge areas, mosaic treatments, language and mural treatments. (POSTPONED)

7. See A75

8. See A70

9. Bank of America, Bell Gardens Digital Mural Project 2004 MURAL (Postponed)

10. “Dr. Martin Luther King Monument” December 2005 SCULPTURAL MURAL

City of San Diego, California 350ft monument consisting of 3 Laser cut steel mural 35ft x30ft each with garden commemorating the achievement of Dr. King. Awarded through a competitive process December 2005. (Postponed funding shortage)

11. See A71

12. Rosa Parks Monument 2007 SCALED DRAWINGS

Finalist for monument. Design submission in . Selection Jan. 2008. (Not Contracted)

13. See A72

14. See A73

15. Interpretive Green Bridge for the Great Wall of Los Angeles PUBLIC MONUMENT

Design begun in 2008 for 90ft. A collaboration with wHY Architecture Group made of recycled River Garbage.

16. CANANA films, ABC/Univision, “Back Home”. TV SERIES

17. Monograph: A Ver Series “The Works of Judy Baca” University of California Press. BOOK

18. Juan Felipe Herrera, “Latino and Latina Heroes” to be published by Prentice Hall. BOOK

19. David M. P. Freund, The Modern American Metropolis: A Documentary Reader. Wiley Blackwell 2014. READER

20. Reading Wonder Works, McGraw-Hill School Education Group 2014. TEXTBOOK 

21. See A 33 World Wall Canadian Addition



1. “The Tujunga Wash: Greenbelt & Mural” U.S. Army Engineer District, L.A. Corps of Engineers Filmex Best Documentary Short Features, 1978 FILM

2. “Murs murs/murals murals on the wall…,” Segment in documentary by Agnes Varda, Cine Tamaris, Paris, 1980. FILM

3. “Nightwatch in Los Angeles,” Charlie Rose interview with Judy Baca at the Great Wall of Los Angeles, broadcast nationally. 1982 TV

4. “Highway Murals,” features “Hitting the Wall”, Frank Romero, Kent Twitchell, L.A. Children’s Museum, May 8, 1984 VIDEO

5. “Ripley’s Believe It or Not,” Great Wall Segment, “Tujunga Wash Mural” Show #69, Act 4, 1984 TV

6. “Gallery Judy Baca, Muralist,” KTLA Channel 5, July 31, 1985 TV

7. “The Great Wall of Los Angeles: Ten Years Later,” a 2 Femme Production, Charlotte LaGarde/Amber Dawn Noland, 1986 VIDEO

8. “World Wall: Peace Mural” with Judith F. Baca, KNBC Channel 4 News, March 21, 1988 TV

9. “Mi Otro Yo/My Other Self,” Segment in documentary by Phillip Brookman and Jude Eberhard, 1988. FILM

10. “Bill Moyer’s Creativity in America,” Segment on the Great Wall Project, PBS series. November 7, 1989 TV

11. “CARA-Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, Roundtable Discussion by Chicano Artists,” produced in conjunction with the exhibition CARA, Wight Gallery, UCLA, 1990. VIDE

12. NBC News Segment on World Wall, 1990 TV

13. “Through Walls,” Bill Wolfe, UCLA Wight Gallery Production, 1990 VIDEO

14. “Moscow Tonight,” National TV Moscow, 30 minute special on Russian artist Alexi Begov of the World Wall, and his collaboration with Judith F. Baca, Oct. 17, 1990 TV

15. “Beyond the Mexican Mural: Walls that Dissolve Borders,” Smithsonian Institute of American Art 30 minute production on Judith F. Baca in conjunction with exhibition at Smithsonian, July 23, 1991 VIDEO

16. KCET/Hispanic Heritage Month on-air spots with Judith F. Baca (5 spots) April 9, 1993 TV

17. “Changing Worlds: Women, Art, History and Revolution,” Lynn Hershmann, 1993 FILM

18. Borreguita and the Coyote” including a segment on the art of Judith F. Baca and her UCLA students Educational Video, Reading Rainbow, LANCET Production, airing nationally on PBS. 1994


19. “There’s a Mural I Know,” 30 min. video production on the Great Wall of LA. 1995 VIDEO

20. “World of Art: Works in Progress, 30 minute work on the Art of Judith F. Baca” Annenberg/Corporation for Public Broadcasting Station airing nationally. 1996 VIDEO

21. “SPARC Youth Workshop, in collaboration with the Human Relations Commission ‘Shoulder to Shoulder’ project”, European TV, July 1999 TV

22. Los Angeles Philharmonic Radio Program RADIO

KUSC Radio and WFMT Radio, Los Angeles, California and Chicago, Illinois

Interview: “LA Murals: The Great Wall”, October 2001

23. “Beneath the Surface” KPFK 90.7 FM Radio Interview, North Hollywood, California. Interview with Eileen Luhr and John Weiner, June 2001 RADIO

24. Interviewed by Adolfo Guzman Lopez for KPCC, 89.3 FM, upon receiving the 2001 Hispanic Heritage Award, August 2001 RADIO

25. “20 minute interview on The Great Wall and The World Wall”, Public Radio, KPFK 90.7 FM, June, 2001 RADIO

 26. American Family interview on air after segment on women muralists, roughly based on Judith F. Baca biography, February 2001 TV

27. “The Great Wall of L.A.: A Modern Day Mural Masterpiece, The Longest Mural In The World,” Cultural Art Journal Ltd., Emmet J. Thorpe, 21 minutes, 2001 VIDEO

28. CSPAN interview with Huell Houser, January 2002 TV

29. Hector Galan, “Visiones: Latino Art & Culture,” Fall 2004 DOCUMENTARY

30. “The Bioneers: Revolution from the Heart of Nature” Radio Series V. The “Bioneers” series portrays cutting-edge solutions and leading innovators with practical approaches to major environmental and social challenges. (Spring 2005) RADIO

31. Kevan Jenson, “Surfing LA” Visualize This! Films, Summer 2005 DOCUMENTARY

May – June 2005, Baldwin Park Monument Controversy TV

Local, State and International Coverage

TV Interviews with Fox National News, CBS, Univision, KCAL 9, Channel 7

32. KCAL-IND KCAL 9 News 2pm, May 11, 2005 LA TV

33. KCBS-CBS CBS 2 Show 4pm, May 11, 2005 LA TV

34. KWHY-IND Noticias 22 5pm, May 11, 2005 LA TV

35. KCBS-CBS CBS 2 News 6pm, May 14, 2005 LA TV

36. KCAL-IND KCAL 9 News 8pm, May 14, 2005 LA TV

37. KCAL-IND KCAL 9 News 9pm, May 14, 2005 LA TV

38. KCAL-IND Channel 9 News 10pm, May 14, 2005 LA TV

39. KSEE-NBC Weekend Evening News 6pm, May 15, 2005, Fresno CA TV

40. KSEE-NBC Morning News 5am, May 16, 2005, Fresno CA TV

41. FOXNEWS-FOX NATIONAL Fox News Live 9:30am and 11am, May 23, 2005 TV

42. WITI-FOX Fox 6 News at 9, May 28, 2005, Milwaukee, WI TV

43. KSTU-FOX NEWS 9pm, May 28, 2005, Salt Lake City, UT TV

44. KMPH-FOX Late News 10pm, May 29, 2005, Fresno CA TV

45. KCAL-IND KCAL 9 News 10pm, June 25, 2005 LA TV

46. KCBS-CBS Channel 2 News 11pm, June 25, 2005 LA TV

47. KCBS-CBS CBS 2 News 5pm, June 25, 2005 LA TV

48. KTTV-FOX Fox 11 News 10pm, June 25, 2005 LA TV

49. KABC-ABC Eyewitness News 11pm, Jun 25, 2005 LA TV

50. KVEA-Telemundo Show Noticiero 52 11pm June 25, 2005 LA TV

51. KABC-ABC Eyewitness News 7am, Jun 26, 2005 LA TV

52. Discovery Channel, GW feature, April 17, 2006 LA TV

53. Ellen Snortland, ““Beauty Bites Beast/la Bella Muerde a la Bestia” ” Independent, June 16, 2006 LA DOCUMENTARY

54. Running Down Dreams Production “A Day in the Life of…” (series on state history and social studies) August 1, 2006 LA TV

55. Jesus Trevino, “Broll” with interviews from Visions of Aztlan, 4/4/07 LA DOCUMENTARY

56. Cary Berglund, NBC News TV interview “Oaxaca” Exhibit SPARC, January 10, 2007 TV

57. Kate O’Donnell, “AWRT Empowering America,” The Foundation of American Women in Radio and Television, February 2008 RADIO, TV

58. Sheila Kuehl TV Show, West Hollywood auditorium, West Hollywood, December12, 2008 TV

59. Yu Gu, “Save LA Murals” USC School of Cinematic Arts 2008 DOCUMENTARY SHORT

60. KCRW Warren Olney, “Which Way, L.A.?” interview with Judith F. Baca. February 20, 2009 RADIO

61. Juan Devis, director of production of new media at KCET, a video portrait and interview of Judith Baca for the Departures: Los Angeles River Project. April 20, 2009 TV

62. Clara Sarr, “Heretics: Stories From a Feminist Art Collective” No More Nice Girls Productions 2009 FILM

63. Agnes Varda, “Murs Murs” Ciné-Tamaris 1980, Special 2009 American Cinematheque Rerelease and Screening at the Aero Theatre, murals of Los Angeles by French director. 2009 DOCUMENTARY

64. Oliver Riley-Smith, “Behind The Wall” USC School of Cinematic Arts 2010 DOCUMENTARY SHORT

 65. Visions of Aztlan: The Story of An American Art Movement by Chicano Filmmaker Jesus Trevino November 2010 release. Featured in the film

66. “WAR: Women, Art, History and Revolution,” Lynn Hershmann, 2010 released FILM

67. “Siqueiros in Los Angeles: Censorship Defied” Filmed Interviews of Participating Artists to accompany exhibit, 2010 INTERVIEW

68. Autry National Center, Los Angeles, California. September 24, 2010 – January 9, 2010 SHORT FILM

69.“La Plaza de Cultura y Artes” Interview for Voces Vivas Series, October 2010

Oral histories of Mexicans and Mexican Americans, Barefoot Productions Documentary INTERVIEW

70. Odd Lot Entertainment, “Prada to Nada” 2010 FILM

71. Ellen Rasmussen, “Latino American Experience” ABC-CLIO 2010 ONLINE WEBISODE

72. Talking Dog Media, “” 2010 TV

73.Latino 50+ Who’s Who. 2010 TV

74. Group 520 Productions, “Helping Hands” DOCUMENTARY series exploring volunteerism in communities across the United States. 2010 DOCUMENTARY

75. Lucinda Ornelas, Somos Hispanos WDCQTV in Saginaw, Michigan, PBS Channel 19. January 4, 2011 TV

76. CBS Los Angeles Local, “AT&T Helps Restore Highland Park Mural To Original Glory” October 23, 2011 TELEVISION / ONLINE

77. FTP Productions, LLC “The Protector” 2011 TV SERIES

78. John Carr, “Voice of Art” YouTube channel “I Am Other” April 2012 WEB TV SERIES

79. KCRW 89.9FM Guest DJ Project, Special Feature: Judy Baca. May 16, 2012 RADIO/ONLINE

80. HuffPost Live, “Art is not a crime”, 2013 WEB TV SERIES

81. KCRW 89.9FM Host Avishay Artsy “Oaxacan Street Artists in LA.” March 11, 2013 RADIO

82. Amy Poehler, “Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls” YouTube Channel “Judy Baca” 2013 WEB TV SERIES

83. Saul Gonzalez, KCRW Which Way, LA? “Rethinking LA’s mural ban” August 29, 2013. RADIO/ONLINE



1. Mark Rogovin, The Mural Manual: how to paint murals for the classroom, community center, and street corner, Beacon Press, 1975 BOOK


2. Eva Sperling Cockcroft: “Women in the Community Mural Movement,” Heresies 1 (January 1977), 14-22 REVIEW ESSAY

3. John Weber and Eva Cockcroft: Toward a People’s Art: The Contemporary Mural Movement, New York, New York: E.P. Dutton and Company, 1977 BOOK


4. The Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art “Social Works” (July 1979) 44-46 ARTICLE


5. Carrie Rickey: “The Writing on the Wall”, Art in America 69/5 (May 1981), 54-57 JOURNAL


6. Evangene H. Bond, ed: “A Successful Art Product with a Social Impact: the Great Wall of Los Angeles,” in La Comunidad: Design, Development, and Self-Determination in Hispanic Communities, Partners for Livable Places, 1982, 12-24 BOOK


7. Philip S. Foner and Reinhard Schultz: Mexikanishes und Chicano Arbeiten der Bilden-de Kunst, Berlin Elefanten Press, 1983 BOOK

8. Douglas Kahn and Denise Neumaier: Cultures in Contention, Seattle, Washington: Real Comet Press, 1983 BOOK


9. Alan Barnett: Community Murals: The People’s Art, Art Alliance Press, 1984 BOOK

10. Lucy Lippard: Get the Message: A Decade of Social Change, New York, New York: Pantheon Books, 1984 BOOK

11. Eva Cockroft: Women In Community Mural Movement, 1984. BOOK


12. Shifra M. Goldman and Tomás Ybarra-Frausto: Arte Chicano: A Comprehensive Annotated Bibliography of Chicano Art, 1965-1981, Chicano Studies Library Publications Unit, University of California, Berkeley, 1985, 138-139 REFERENCE BOOK


13. Anne Cheatham and Mary Clare-Powell: This Way Daybreak Comes: Women’s Values and the Future, New York, New York: New Society Publishers, 1986 BOOK

14. Emily Hicks: “The Artist as Citizen,” High Performance 9/3 (1986), 32-38 REVIEW ESSAY


15. Betty Ann Brown and Arlene Raven: Exposures, Women and Their Art, New Sage Press, 1989, 16-17 (Cover Art: Farmworkers of Guadalupe 1990) BOOK

16. Linda Cunningham, ed.: The Memorial Redefined: Reconsideration of a Major Public Art Form The College Art Association, 1989 BOOK

17. Shifra Goldman: “Mujeres de California: Latin American Women Artists,” in Yesterday and Tomorrow: California Women Artists, Midmarch Arts Press, 1989, 202-229 BOOK


18. Shifra Goldman, “How, why, where and when it all happened: Chicano Murals of California,” in Signs from the Heart: California Chicano Murals, Eva Sperling Cockcroft & Holly Barnet-Sanchez, ed. Social and Public Art Resource Center Publication, 1990, 22-53 (1st ed.) BOOK INTRODUCTION

19. Lucy Lippard: Mixed Blessings: New Art in a Multicultural America, 1990 BOOK

20. Amalia Mesa-Bains: “Quest for Identity: Profile of Two Chicana Muralists, Based on Interviews with Judith F. Baca and Patricia Rodriguez,” in Signs from the Heart: California Chicano Murals, Eva Sperling Cockcroft & Holly Barnet-Sanchez, ed. Social and Public Art Resource Center Publication, 1990, 68-83 BOOK

21. Diane Neumaier: “Judy Baca: Our People are the Internal Exiles,” in Hacienda Caras, Making Faces, Making Soul: Creative and Critical Perspectives by Women of Color, Gloria Anzaldua, ed., Aunt Lute Foundation, 1990, 256-270 (cover art) “Triumph of The Hearts” from the “World Wall: A Vision of The Future Without Fear” BOOK


22. Eva Cockcroft: “L.A.’s Mural Room: Writing on the Wall,” New Art Examiner (Nov. 1991), 20-24 REVIEW ESSAY

23. National Women’s History Project: “Las Mujeres: Mexican American/Chicana Women,” National Women’s History Project, 1991 BOOK

24. Richard Griswold del Castillo, Teresa McKenna, and Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano, ed.: CARA, Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, Wight Art Gallery, UCLA, 1991 EXHIBITION CATALOG

25. Paul Von Blum: “Women political artists in Los Angeles: Judy Baca’s public art,” Z Magazine October 1991, 70-74 REVIEW ESSAY

26. Elizabeth Martinez ed.: 500 Years of Chicano History in Pictures, Southwest Organizing Project, 1991 BOOK


27. Steven Bingler: “The Macarthur Park Experiment: 1984-1987,” in Critical Issues in Public Art: Content, Context, and Controversy, Harriet F. Senie & Sally Webster, ed.

Icon editions, 1992, 270-279 BOOK

28. Orville O. Clarke Jr.: Chicano Murals, Latin American Art 4/3 (Fall 1992), 76-78 REVIEW ESSAY

29. William Cleveland: Art in Other Places: Artists at Work in America’s Community and Social Institutions, Praeger, 1992, 2, 243-44 BOOK

30. Erika Doss: “Raising Community consciousness with Public Art: Contrasting projects by Judy Baca and Andrew Leicester” American Art Vol 6 No.1 (Winter, 1992), 63-81 University of Chicago Press on behalf of Smithsonian American Art Museum BOOK CHAPTER


31. Norma Alarcon: Chicana Critical Issues, Third Woman Press, 1993. REVIEW ESSAY

32. Carlos M. Jimenez: The Mexican American Heritage, TQS Publications, 1993 BOOK

33. Francisco Lomeli (ed.): Handbook of Hispanic Cultures in the United States: Literature and Art, Houston, Texas, Arte Publico Press, 1993 BOOK

34. Raquel Tibol: “La Exposicion Chicana En El Mama (1),” Proceso 890, (22 de Nov. de 1993), 53 REVIEW ESSAY

35. Raquel Tibol: “La Exposicion Chicana En El Mam (2)” Proceso 891, (29 de Noviembre de 1993) REVIEW ESSAY

36. Paul Von Blum: “New Visions, New Viewers, New Vehicles: Twentieth-Century Developments in North American Political Art,” Leonardo 26/5 (1993), 459-466 REVIEW ESSAY

37. Suzanne Lacy: “Mapping the Terrain: The New Public Art” Public Art Review, Issue 9m Vol. 5, No. 1, 26-33, Fall/Winter 1993 ESSAY

38. Robin J. Dunitz: Street Gallery: Guide To 1000 Los Angeles Murals, RJD Enterprises, 1993, 14, 15, 43, 48, 57, 115, 140, 192, 289, 362, 370, 384 REFERENCE BOOK


39. Norma Broude & Mary D. Garrard (ed.): The Power of Feminist Art: The American Movement of the 1970’s, History and Impact, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. November 1994 BOOK

40. Carlos M. Jimenez: The Mexican American Heritage, second edition, TQS Publications, 1994 BOOK

41. Paul Von Blum: Other Visions: Other Voices: Women Political Artists in Greater Los Angeles, University Press of America, 1994, 70-74 BOOK

42. Dorothy & Thomas Hoobler: The Mexican American Family Album, Oxford University Press, 1994 BOOK


43. Erica Doss: Spirit Poles and Flying Pigs: Public Art and Cultural Democracy in American Communities, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1995, 157-158, 161-167, 169, 172-184, 188-189 BOOK

44. Multicultural Biographies Collection: Latino Biographies, Globe Fearon Educational Publisher 1995, 62-67 BOOK


45. Michael Capek: Murals: Cave, Cathedral, To Street Lerner Publications Co., 1996, 28-31 REVIEW ESSAY

46. F. Graham Chalmers: Celebrating Pluralism: Art, Education, and Cultural Diversity, Occasional Paper Series of The Getty Education Institute for the Arts, 1996 BOOK

47. Jean Fulton, ed.: Art Out There: Toward a Publicly Engaged Art Practice School of The Public Art Institute of Chicago, 1996 BOOK

48. Yleana Martinez: “Profile: Judy Baca,” in Latinas! Women of Achievement, Diane Telgen and Jim Kamp, ed. Visible Ink Press, Detroit, MI, 1996, 25-30. BOOK

49. Frances K. Pohl: “Judith F. Baca: Community and Culture in the United States,” in Expanding Circles: Women, Art, and Community, Betty Ann Brown, ed., Midmarch Arts Press, 1996, 201-214 BOOK

50. Marcos Sanchez-Tranquillino: “Space, Power and Youth Culture: Mexican American Graffiti and Chicano Murals” in Looking High and Low: Art and Cultural Identity, University of Arizona Press, 1996, 55-85. EXHIBITION CATALOG

51. Deborah Wye: Thinking Print: Books to Billboards, 1980-95, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1996, 86. 132, 135, 152 REFERENCE BOOK

52. Profiles of Women Past & Present: Women’s History Monologues for Group Presentation, Volume 2, by the American Association for Women, 1996 BOOK

53. Betty Ann Brown, Expanding Circles: Women, Art, and Community, Midmarch Arts Press 1996 BOOK


54. Robin J. Dunitz and James Prigoff: Painting the Towns: Murals of California, RJD Enterprises, 1997, 7, 12, 15, 25, 134-36, 216, 222-223 BOOK

55. Lucy R. Lippard: The Lure of The Local: Senses of Place in a Multicentered Society, New Press, New York (June 1997) BOOK

56. Henry M. Sayre: A World of Art Second Edition, Prentice Hall, Inc. 1997, 1994, 240, 241 BOOK


57. Alicia Gaspar de Alba: Chicano Art Inside Outside the Master’s House: Cultural Politics and the CARA Exhibition, The University of Texas Press, 1998, 121, 125, 136-139, 145 BOOK

58. Maxine Borowsky Junge: Creative Realities:The Search for Meanings,University Press of America, 1998, 25-26, 206-207, 219, 223, 225, 230, 246-50, 256-59, 264-65, 326 BOOK

59. Jeffrey Rangel: “Art and Activism in the Chicano Movement: Judith F. Baca,Youth and The Politics of Cultural Work,” in Generations of Youth: Youth Cultures and History in Twentieth Century America, Joe Austin and Michael Nevin Willard, ed. 1998, 223-239 (Cover Art: Photo of Great Wall) REVIEW ESSAY

60. Annette Stott: “Transformative Triptychs in Multicultural America,” Art Journal 57/1 (Spring 1998), 55-63 EXHIBITION CATALOG


61. Lisa Phillips: The American Century: Art & Culture: 1950-2000, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York and W.W. Norton & Co., 1999, 228-229. BOOK


62. Alma Flor Ada and Isabel F. Campoy: Voces de Luis Valdez, Judith Francisca Baca, Carlos J. Finlay. Alfaguara/Santillana, 2000. BOOK

63. Barbara Isenberg: State of the Arts: California Artists Talk About Their Work, William Morrow Publications, 2000. REVIEW ESSAY

64. David Sterling: “Step One: put money where mouth is,” Communication Arts 42/3 (July 2000) REVIEW ESSAY

65. Joyce Gregory Wyels: “Great Walls, Vibrant Voices,” Americas 52 (February 2000), 22-30. EXHIBITION CATALOG

66. Richard Alexandar Lou, Hecho En Califas: The Last Decade. Plaza De La Raza, 2000. EXHIBITION CATALOG


67. Stephanie Baron: Made in California: Art, Image, and Identity 1900-2000, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and University of Calfornia Press, 2001, 225-226 BOOK

68. Elena Margarita de J. Cacheux Pulido: “Semblanza de Judy Baca,” in Anuario de Investigación 2000: Educación y Comunicación Volumen II Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, 2001, 133-144 BOOK

69. José Luis de la Nuez Santana: Arte y minorías en los Estados Unidos: el ejemplo Chicano. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2001, 23, 35, 41-42, 57-60, 77-80, 83 BOOK

70. Harmony Hammond: Lesbian Art in America: A Contemporary History, Rizzoli, 2000. BOOK

71. Patricia Hills: Modern Art in the USA: Issues and Controversies of the 20th Century, Prentice Hall, 2001, 256, 434, 446-448 BOOK

72. Victor Manuel Valle: Latino Experience in Literature and Art, “Homenaje a La Ciudad de Los Angeles” (2001) BOOK


73. Diana Burgess Fuller, ed: Art/Women/California 1950-2000: Parallels and Intersections, University of California Press, 2002, 134-135, 176, 300-305 EXHIBITION CATALOG

74. Kristin G. Congdon and Kara Kelley Hallmark: Artists from Latin American Cultures: A Biographical Dictionary. Greenwood Press, 2003,19-23. REFERENCE BOOK

75. Frances K. Pohl: Framing America: A Social History of American Art, Thames & Hudson, 2002 BOOK

76. Don Adams and Arlene Goldbard, Community, Culture, and Globalization. The Rockefeller Foundation. 2002 JOURNAL


77. Irma Dosamantes Beaudry, The Arts in Contemporary Healing, Praeger Publishers 2003, 115-16, 128, 141, 143 BOOK

78. Mark Dean Johnson, ed: At Work: The Art of California Labor, California Historical Society Press, Heyday Books, 2003 EXHIBITION CATALOG

79. Teresa McKenna: “Collecting against Forgetting: East of the River: Chicano Art Collectors Anonymous” in Representing the Passions: Histories, Bodies, Visions, Richard Meyer, ed. The Getty Research Institute, 2003, 262-263 BOOK

80. Henry M. Sayre: A World of Art Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall, 2003, 178-179, 265. 2003 BOOK

81. Kristin Kelly: “Mural Painting and Conservation in the Americas: A Symposium” in The Getty Conservation Institute Newsletter, Vol. 18, #2, 2003 p. 20 BOOK

82. Eric Liu: The Ways People Teach Random House, Author “Accidental Asian” and “Next Young American Writers on The New Generation.” Featuring Professor Baca’s teaching and students. (2003) BOOK

83. Jeffrey Levin, “Conservation (The Getty Conservation Institute Newsletter)” J. Paul Getty Trust 2003 NEWSLETTER


84. Eric Liu: Guiding Lights: The People who lead us toward our Purpose in Life Random House…among 11 selected nationally: Judy Baca. (February 2004) 121-140 BOOK

85. “The World Wall: A Vision of the Future Without Fear, Judith F. Baca,” City of Dallas Publication, Latino Cultural Center, Dallas TX, Exhibition Catalog 2004 EXHIBITION CATALOG 

86. Victor Alejandro Sorell, “A Triumph for Chicana/o Visual Art and Its Historiography,” Art Journal, Vol. 63, 2004. JOURNAL

87. Erica Avila, Popular Culture in the Age of White Flight: Fear and Fantasy in Suburban Los Angeles, University of California Press. 2004. BOOK

88. Alicia Gaspar de Alba, “There’s No Place Like Aztlan: Embodied Aesthetics in Chicana Art,” The New Centennial Review, 2004. JOURNAL 


89. Alicia Arrizon: Queering Mestizaje: Writing on Transculturation and Performance, University of Michigan Press, (September 2005) BOOK

90. Peter Selz: Art of Engagement: Visual Politics in California and Beyond, University of California Press, associated exhibition at the San Jose Museum of Art. (2005) BOOK

91. Anne D’Alleva, “Methods & Theories of Art History,” Laurence King Publishing, 2005, 58-60 – BOOK

92. Public Art Review: “Muralism” Winter 2005 REVIEW

93. Mary Olmstead, Hispanic-American Biographies: Judy Baca. Raintree. 2005 BOOK

94. Hilary Braysmith, “Constructing Athletic Agents in the Chicano/a Culture of Los Angeles, International Journal of the History of Sport, March 2005. JOURNAL

95. John-Michael Rivera, “La Memoria de Nuestra Tierra: Landscapes, Mexicans, and the Browning of America,” Aztlan, Volume 30, No.1, Spring 2005. JOURNAL

96. Adrian Lewis, “Framing American Art: A Social History of American Art,” The Art Book, Volume 12, No. 3, August 2005. JOURNAL

97. Taina B. Caragol, “Archives of Reality,” American Art, Vol. 19, University of Chicago Press, 2005. JOURNAL


98. Japanese American Museum, February 2006 EXHIBITION CATALOG

99. John Michael Rivera: “The Emergence of Mexican America: Recovering Stories of Mexican Peoplehood in U.S. Culture,” New York University Press, Academic Tenure Book. (2006) SCHOLARLY PUBLICATION

100. Victoria Ruiz: Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia, Indiana Univ. Press. (2006) REFERENCE BOOK

101. Animating Democracy: Americans for Arts Publications. “Exploring the first phase of the initiative featuring: The Great Wall of Los Angeles and Neighborhood Pride Murals etc. (2006) ARTICLE

102. Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in US, Oxford University Press (2006) REFERENCE BOOK

103. Helping Out, Kane Publishing (2006) BOOK

104. The Los Angeles Art Scene, The National Museum of Modern Art, Centre Georges Pompidou, in Paris, France/ March 2006 EXHIBITION CATALOG

105. Jodi Kushins, “Recognizing Artists as Public Intellectuals: A pedagogical Imperative,” Culture Work, Volume 10, No. 2, May 2006. BOOK

106. Alicia Arrizon, Queering Mestizaje. The University of Michigan Press. 2006 BOOK

107. Isabel García Martínez, Ph.D, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain, “Artistic Representations of the Southwest: An Interdisciplinary Study.” 2006 (article in book) BOOK

108. Ernestine McKay, “Contemporary mural painting: trends and traditions,” article in the book “English Heritage/UK Institute of Conservation Proceedings of the Secular Wall Paintings Conference Series (2004-5).” Archetype Publications 2006 BOOK

109. Beth Krensky & Seana Lowe “Community-Based Art Education: A Practitioner’s Guide,” Alta Mira Press 2006 BOOK

110. Harper Collins and the Smithsonian Institute, “Latino History and Culture,” Hylass Publication, 2006 BOOK

111. Arlene Goldbard, Expanded Edition of “Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development,” 2006 BOOK

112. Erika Doss, “Americans For the Arts Monograph,” article on Baldwin Park controversy. 2006 BOOK

113. Brommer, Gerald F., Discovering Art History. Fourth Edition. Worchester: Davis Publications, Inc. 2006 TEXTBOOK


114. Monterey Institute of Technology, “MacArthur Foundation’s Digital Media Learning Anthology,” 2007 BOOK

115. Steve Otfinoski, “Latino Americans in the Arts,” Facts ON File Inc. Publication, 2007 BOOK

116. “American Art,” Laurence King Publishing, 2007 BOOK

117. Elizabeth Martinez, “500 Years of Chicana History.” 2007 BOOK

118. La Casa Encendida, “Pintores De Aztlan” Madrid, Spain, January 2007 EXHIBITION CATALOG

119. Ronald Lee Fleming, The Art Of Placemaking: Interpreting Community Through Public Art and Urban Design. Merell. 2007. BOOK

120. Carey Lovelace, “Girls, Girls, Girls,” Art in America June/July 2007. (MOCA Exhibit) ­JOURNAL

121. Betty Ann Brown and Linda Vallejo, “Echoes: Women Inspired By Nature” Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (OCCCA) 2007 EXHIBITION CATALOG 

122. Cornelia Butler, ‘WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution’ MOCA, Los Angeles, CA 2007 EXHIBITION CATALOG

123. Dextra Frankel, “Multiple Vantage Points: Southern California Women Artists 1980- 2006” Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park, published by Southern CA Women’s Caucus for Art & Southern CA Council of the National Museum of Women in the Arts. 2007 EXHIBITIION CATALOG

124. Collette Chattopadhyay, “Multiple Vantage Points at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery,” Artweek. June 2007. JOURNAL

125. Kim Ramirez, “Judy Baca” for 5th graders, Zaner-Bloser Inc., 2007 BOOK

126. George, Diana, and John Trimbure. Reading Culture: Contexts for Critical Reading and Writing 6th Edition. Pearson Longman, 2007 TEXTBOOK

127. Hernandez, Lisa. Migrations and Other Stories Houston: Arte Publico Press, 2007 BOOK


128. Sarah Schrank “Art and the City: Civic Imagination and Cultural Authority in Los Angeles,” University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008 BOOK

129. Guisella Latorre “Walls of Empowerment: Chicana/o Indigenist Murals from the 1970s to the Turn-of-the-Millenium in California”.” University of Texas Press, 2008 BOOK

130. Catherine Ramirez, “The Woman Zoot Suiter:  Mexican American Women, Nationalisms, Citizenship,” Duke University Press of Durham, NC. 2008 BOOK 

131. Henry Sayre, A World of Art 5th Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008 TEXTBOOK

132. Harcourt School Publishers, GR 5: Social Studies( The US: Civil War to Present), 2008 TEXTBOOK

133. Benton & DiYanni, Arts & Culture Volume 2, 3rd Ed., Pearson Education, Inc. 2008 TEXTBOOK

134. MOCA, Contemporary Art Start Curriculum Guide 2008 BROCHURE 

135. McGraw-Hill Higher Education Publishers, Nation of Nations 2008 TEXTBOOK 

136. Brown Publishing Network, MacMillan, Mc-Graw, Hill Reading Program, 2008 TEXTBOOK

137. Emond Montgomery Publications, American History, 2008 TEXTBOOK

138. Macmillan McGraw-Hill, Portraits of Home: California Artists at Work, 2008 BOOK

139. McDougal Littell, Houghton Mifflin Literature Program “Life & Times” of Sandra Cisneros, 2008 TEXTBOOK

140. Pearson Education, Art History Revised 3rd edition, 2008 TEXTBOOK

141. Henry Sayre, Centers of Culture, Volume 2 (of 2), 1/e, Pearson Education/Prentice Hall, 2008 TEXTBOOK

142. Keiso Shiyobo Publishing Co., Ltd., “Public Art Policies; Discussions on Public Sphere and the History of American Public Art Policies” Tokyo, Japan, 2008 BOOK 

143. Scholastic Inc., Scholastic Art Magazine, 2008 MAGAZINE 

144. Harcourt Education Australia, Art for All 2008 TEXTBOOK

145. Speakeasy Publications, Easy Going February 2008, MAGAZINE

146. Pearson Prentice Hall Publishers, Preble’s Artforms 9e, 2008 TEXTBOOK 

147. Houghton Mifflin, Author Studies: McDougal Littell’s Literature web ancillary, 2008 TEXTBOOK

148. Sandoval, Chela, and Guisela Latorre. “Chicana/o Artivism: Judy Baca’s Digital Work with Youth of Color.” Learning Race and Ethnicity: Youth and Digital Media . Edited by Anna Everett. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2008. 81–108 BOOK

149. Seana Steffen & Beth Krensky, Community-Based Art Education: A Practitioner’s Guide Alta Mira Press, Utah University, 2008 BOOK

150. Louise Bachman, “America Tropical performance” UC MEXUS, 2008 JOURNAL

151. Kanellos, Nicolás, Ed. Our Journeys/Our Stories: Portraits of Latino Achievement Smithsonian Institution, 2008. BOOK

152. Miller, Angela, et. al. American Encounters: Art, History, And Cultural Identity

Prentice Hall (of Pearson Education, Inc.), 2008 TEXTBOOK


153. McGraw Hill Higher Education, US History: A Narrative Volume 2, 2009 TEXTBOOL

154. UCLA, La Gente News Magazine 2009 MAGAZINE

155. Dr. Tal Dekel, “Gendered Spaces: Feminist Art in the 1970s in the USA” Hakkibutz-Hameuhad and Tel Aviv University, Israel 2009 BOOK

156. Pearson Ed., Preble’s Artforms DVD, 2009 TEXTBOOK

157. Feminist Studies, “WACK! Art and Feminist Revolution and Global Feminisms” 2009 SCHOLARLY JOURNAL

158. Holt McDougal Publishers, Avancemos Level 3, 2009 TEXTBOOK

159. Apprentice Shop Books, Women of the Golden State: 25 Women you should know, 2009 BOOK

160. Kiriakos, Iosfidis, Ed. Mural Art: Murals on Huge Public Surfaces around the Word form Graffiti to Trompe l’oeil,. Volume Two. Mianaschaff, Germany: Publikat Verlags-und Handels GmbH & Co. KG, 2009 BOOK

161. Silver Editions, Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, California Reading, Skills Practice Readers, 2009 TEXTBOOOK

162. Abbey, Cherlie D., Ed. Biography Today. Volume 18, Number 2, April 2009 EBESCO Publishing, Inc., 2009. BOOK

163. Erika Doss, Memorial Mania: Public Art and Public Feelings in America Today 2009 BOOK

164. Ornelas, Michael R. The Sons of Guadalupe: Voices of the Vietnam Generation and Their Journey Home. Aplomb Publishing, 2009 BOOK

165. Reyes, Bárbara O., Private Women, Public Lives, Gender and the Missions of the Californias. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2009. BOOK

166. Ramirez, Catherine S. The Woman in the Zoot Suit: Gender, Nationalism, and the Cultural Politics of Memory. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2009 BOOK


167. Meg Garduno, Immaculate Immigrant:  The Virgin of Guadalupe in Los Angeles (Four Meditations). Trafford Publishing, 2010 BOOK

168. Stokstad, Art, A Brief History, 4th edition, Pearson Education/Prentice Hall, 2010 TEXTBOOK

169. Holly Barnett-Sanchez: Judy Baca, Ester Hernandez, and Amalia Mesa-Bains BOOK

170. Betty Ann Brown and Judy Baca: Judy Baca Retrospective (postponed) EXHIBTION CATALOG

171. Victoria G. Alvarado, “Mujeres de Conciencia/Women of Conscience” BOOK

172. SEE D17 (Work in Progress) Monograph on the artist, A Ver: Revisioning Art History. A Ver Series “The Works of Judy Baca” University of California Press. BOOK

173. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and the International Center for the Arts of the Americas, “Documents of 20th-century Latin American and Latino Art”, 2010 SCHOLARLY PUBLICATION

174. Ignacio López-Calvo Ph.D., Latino Los Angeles Cultural Production, University of Arizona Press, 2010 BOOK

175. Susan N. Platt, Ph.D., “Art and Politics Now Cultural Activism in a Time of Crisis” Midmarch Arts Press 2010BOOK

176. Irina D. Costache, “The Art of Understanding Art,” Wiley-Blackwell Publisher 2010 TEXTBOOK

177. Hurwitz/Day, Children and Their Art: Art Education for Elementary and Middle Schools, 9e Cengage Learning © 2010 TEXTBOOK

178. UC Press, “Boom: A Journal of California” 2010 BOOK

179. Cambium Learning Group/Voyager, Passport Reading Journey 2010TEXTBOOK

180. Paul Von Blum, “The Black Panther Mural in Los Angeles” Censorship, University Readers, Inc. 2010 ACADEMIC READER

181. Patience Coster, “A Cultural History of Women: A New Deal for Women (1938-1960)” Bailey Publishing Associates 2010 BOOK

182. NGSP ESL – Grade K-5 Language Builder Picture Cards. National Geographic School Publishing. 2010 TEXTBOOK

183. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles “Contemporary Art Start” (CAS) Curriculum Guide, 2010 ACADEMIC GUIDE

184. Bridget Cooks, “Exhibiting Blackness: African Americans and the American Art Museum” University of Massachusetts Press, 2010BOOK


185. Patrick Frank, “Prebles’ Artforms + Instructor’s Resources & Media Ed:10,“ Pearson – Preble 2011 TEXTBOOK

186. Reading 2011 Triumphs Oral language Vocabulary Cards, McGraw-Hill School Education Group 2011 ACADEMIC GUIDE

187. Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA “LA XICANO” Mapping Another L.A.: The Chicano Art Movement” (Getty Foundation’s initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945 – 1980)October 16, 2011 – February 26, 2012 EXHIBITION CATALOG

188. The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles, CA “Under The Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981” October 1, 2011 – February 13, 2012 (Getty Foundation’s initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945 – 1980)EXHIBITION CATALOG

189. Forest Lawn Museum, Glendale, CA “Adelante! Mexican American Artists: 1960’s and Beyond”

September 9, 2011 – January 1, 2012 (Getty Foundation’s initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945 – 1980)EXHIBITION CATALOG

190. LACMA, Los Angeles, CA “ASCO: Elite of the Obscure A Retrospective, 1972-1987” Williams College Museum of Art, Hatje Cantz 2011 (Getty Foundation’s initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945 – 1980)EXHIBITION CATALOG

191. UCLA Chicano Research Center Library, Chican@s Collect: The Duron Family Collection, Los Angeles, CA. September 22, 2011 – December 9, 2011EXHIBITION CATALOG

192. Sayre, “MyArtsLab: Online learning resource currently titled MyArtsLab”, Prentice Hall/Pearson Education 2011 ONLINE TEXTBOOK

193. Laura Pulido, “A People’s Guide” UC Press 2011 BOOK

194. Thalia Dorwick, Marty Knorr, Ana Perez-Girones, William Glass and Hildebrando Villarreal, “Puntos de partida: An invitation to Spanish, 9e” McGraw Hill Higher Education 2011 TEXTBOOK

195. Miranda Outman-Kramer, “Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society” University of Chicago Press 2011 JOURNAL

196. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles “Contemporary Art Start” (CAS) Curriculum Guide, 2011 ACADEMIC

197. “Reading Cultures 7th Edition” Pearson/Longman Publication 2011 TEXTBOOK

198. Sharon Suh, “Mail-LA RIVERWALK STORY” Los Angeles Magazine June issue, 2011 MAGAZINE

199. George and Trimber, ”Reading Culture, 8e” Pearson Longman 2011 TEXTBOOK

200. Sayre, “A World of Art 6e” Pearson Education 2011 TEXTBOOK

201. National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) 2011 JOURNAL

202. Laura Pulido and Josh Kun, “Black and Brown Los Angeles: A Contemporary Reader” UC Press 2011 BOOK

203. California Cultural and Historical Endowment “Preserving California’s Treasures.” (p. 75) 2011 JOURNAL

204. “Judy Baca” Grades K to 6 reading program for McGraw Hill (U.S.) 2011 TEXTBOOK

205. Raissa Desmet Trumbull, Tere Romo, Chon Noriega and Ondine Chavoya Eds. “Chicana/o Art: A Critical Anthology” Duke University Press 2011 TEXTBOOK

206. Jon Spayde, Public Art Review, May 2011 issue, Forecast Public Art 2011 JOURNAL

207. Gabrieleno Band of Mission Indians, “”Be Brave and Fight!” Toypurina – the Joan of Arc of California” 2011 JOURNAL

208. Dr. Martina Kohl, “Women’s Voices from the House of Time” which included an essay by Moira Roth. The U.S. Embassy Berlin Public Affairs Section 2011 E-JOURNAL


209. Pasadena Museum of California Art, Pasadena, CA “LA RAW: Abject Expressionism in Los Angeles 1945-1980: From Rico Lebrun to Paul McCarthy” (Getty Foundation’s initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945 – 1980) January 22 – May 20, 2012 EXHIBITION CATALOG

210. Art Journal, Spring 2012 Vol. 71, No. 1. JOURNAL

211. Methods and Theories of Art History 2nd. Ed.Laurence King Pub. 2012. TEXTBOOK

212. Stefano Bloch, “The Illegal Face of Wall Space: Graffiti-Murals on the Sunset Boulevard Retaining Walls” Radical History Review, Issue 113 (Spring 2012) by MARHO: The Radical Historians’ Organization, Inc. University of Minnesota Department of Geography and the University of Minnesota’s Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 2012 BOOK

213. Samantha Williams, “The Legacy of Quetzalcoatl and Huitzilopochtli: Indigenous Imagery in the Murals of Mexico City and Los Angeles” Mudd Library, Oberli College, May 2012 EXHIBITION CATALOG

214. Eric Avila, “Overdrive: Los Angeles Constructs the Future, 1940–1990” Getty Publications 2012 BOOK

215. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. The University of Chicago Press, 2012. JOURNAL

216. Stokstad & Cothren, “Art: A Brief History, 5th &” Laurence King Pub, Pearson Ed. 2012 ONLINE TEXTBOOK

217. Arnason History of Modern Art 7th Ed. Laurence King Pub/Pearson Ed., 2012. TEXTBOOK

218. George/Trimbur, Reading Cultures 8th Edition. Pearson Education Inc., 2012. TEXTBOOK

219. Sayre, World of Art, 7th edition, Prentice Hall, Pearson Education. 2012. TEXTBOOK

220. Judy Baca 3rd grade 20 page book. McGraw-Hill Publishers, 2012. TEXTBOOK

221. Benton – DiYanni “Arts and Culture: An Introduction to the Humanities Combined + Media” Prentice Hall, 2012TEXTBOOK


222. Overdrive: Los Angeles Constructs the Future, 1940–1990. Getty Publications, 2013. BOOK

223. Henry Sayre, The Humanities, 3rd edition. Laurence King Publishing for Pearson Education/Prentice Hall, 2013 TEXTBOOK

224. Maciej Bartkowski , Recovering Nonviolent History: Civil Resistance in Liberation Struggles. Lynne Rienner Publishers 2013. BOOK

225. National Park Service’s Resource Guide: Putting the Movement Back into Civil Rights Teaching 2013. RESOURCE GUIDE

226. Tomás Ybarra-Frausto and E. Carmen Ramos, Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art Smithsonian American Art Museum, 2013. BOOK

227. John Howell White, Experience Painting. Davis Publications, 2013. TEXTBOOK

228. Eric Avila, The Folklore of the Freeway: Highway Construction and the Making of Race in the Modernist City. University of Minnesota Press, 2013. BOOK

229. Nicolas Lampert, A People’s Art History of the United States: 250 Years of Activist Art and Artists Working in Social Justice Movements. New Press, November, 2013. BOOK



1. William Wilson, “Chicana Artists still seeking identification,” Los Angeles Times (June 23, 1975) NEWSPAPER


2. “A long colorful line captures California” Los Angeles Herald Examiner, (October 24, 1976) NEWSPAPER

3. George Beronivs,“The Murals of East Los Angeles” Los Angeles Times, Home Magazine (April 11, 1976) MAGAZINE


4. Catherine Calvert, “Judith Baca Activist/Artist,” Mademoiselle, April, 1977 MAGAZINE

5. Jim Grant, “Clamor in the Slammer,” Evening Outlook (November 19, 1977) NEWSPAPER

6. “A Nation of Neighborhoods: Mexican American street gangs take up brushes,” Christian Science Monitor (October 1977) NEWSPAPER


7. William S. Murphy, “Growing History,” Los Angeles Times (September 26, 1978) NEWSPAPER

8. Martin Zucker, “Walls of Barrio Are Brought to Life by Street Gang Art,” Smithsonian Magazine (October 1978), 105-111 MAGAZINE


9. Dennis A. Williams with Martin Kasindorf, Stryker McGuire & Jeff B. Copeland, “Talking Walls” Newsweek (January 1, 1979) MAGAZINE

10. “Dust Mobile to Aid in Drug Campaign,” Los Angeles Times, West Side (August 23, 1979) NEWSPAPER

11. “Tiger in a Cage,” Artweek (October 6, 1979) ART JOURNAL

12. “I Muri Raccontano La Storia Della California” Epoca Italian (November 1979) NEWSPAPER


13. John L. Mitchell, “Funds Granted for Artist to Paint 400 More Feet of Tujunga Wash Mural” Los Angeles Times, (February 1980) NEWSPAPER

14. Allan Parachini, “Tujunga Wash mural stands up to storm,” Los Angeles Times (March 13, 1980) NEWSPAPER

15. Herb Carlton, “Historical Painting,” Valley News Section Two (August 31, 1980) NEWSPAPER

16. Jane de Lorenzo, ”Tujunga Wash: an unlikely classroom,” The Ledger-Verdugo Vistas (September 6, 1980) NEWSPAPER

17. Carrie Rickey, “Art,” The Village Voice (New York) XXV/37 (September 10-16, 1980) NEWSPAPER

18. Michele Kort, “The Great Wall of Los Angeles Takes Art to New Lengths,” LA Weekly (September 12, 1980) NEWSPAPER

19. Ying Ying Wu, “Mural, mural on the Great Wall,” Los Angeles Times (Sep. 16, 1980) NEWSPAPER

20. Donna den Boer, “Baca Creates the Great Wall of Los Angeles,” The New Times [San Fernando Valley] (October 1980) NEWSPAPER

21. Max Nuñez, “The Great Wall of Los Angeles Makes History,” Q-Vo Magazine, November 1980 MAGAZINE

22. “Folk history on an L.A. wall,” Life Magazine December 1980 MAGAZINE


23. Dorothy Burkhardt, “Chicano Pride and Anger Mix at ‘Califas’,” The Tab (April 12, 1981), 34 NEWSPAPER

24. “L.A. Gears up for its Bicentennial: From contribution of Koala bears to exhibits of vintage streetlights” Los Angeles Times May 25, 1981 NEWSPAPER

25. P. Demenet et C. Boisseaux-Chical, “Los Angeles: Les Murs Parlent,” La Vie, Paris, (July 8, 1981) MAGAZINE

26. Arlene Pinzler, “Murals with a special message” Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, September 6, 1981 NEWSPAPER

27. Joel P. Lugavere, “Artists to add ‘40s to Great Wall Mural,” Los Angeles Times, September 20, 1981). NEWSPAPER

28. Kay Mills, “The Great Wall of L.A.,” Ms. Magazine (October 1981), 66-69 MAGAZINE

29. Vivien Raynor, “2 Shows Contrast Social Realism and Conceptualism,” The New York Times (November 8, 1981) NEWSPAPER


30. “Creativity with Bill Moyers,” Television Times, Los Angeles Times Supplement (May 1, 1982) NEWSPAPER

31. Alan Barnett, “Community Murals, Spring 1982,” International Community Muralists Magazine, (Summer 1982), 3 MAGAZINE

32. “The CA Chicano Mural Documentation Project,” Durfee Foundation Publication (1982-1986) JOURNAL


33. Jennifer Smith, “Venice Views,” Evening Outlook (January 27, 1983) – NEWSPAPER

34. Isabel Anderson, ”Community in Transition,” Artweek 14/7 (February 19, 1983) ART JOURNAL

35. Emily Hicks, “BiCoastal Links,” Artweek 14/16 (April 23, 1983) ART JOURNAL

36. Tim Drescher, Community Murals Magazine, San Francisco (Spring 1983) MAGAZINE

37. Cecil Yates, “Work Resumes on Great Wall,” Daily News (August 30, 1983) NEWSPAPER


38. Gloria Oakland, “A Truly Public Art,” LA Weekly (January 13-19, 1984) NEWSPAPER

39. Adrienne Rosenthal, “Art for Our Sake: L.A.’s Olympic Murals,” Daily News (Feb. 24, 1984) NEWSPAPER

40. Carol Kenna, “Olympic Champions 1948-1964 Breaking Barriers,” Community Magazine (Spring 1984) MAGAZINE

41. Morgan Gendel, “Civil Wars and ‘Great Wall’ Exhibits Open,” Los Angeles Times, (June 11, 1984) NEWSPAPER

42. Richard Tuber, “Great Wall is an open door to past,” Los Angeles Metro Herald (July 26, 1984) NEWSPAPER

43. Sandy Nelson, “L.A. Freeway Murals Honor the 23rd Olympiad,” Images and Issues Contemporary Art Review (July/August 1984) ART REVIEW

44. “Great Wall: An L.A. Mural Project Turns Flood Control into Art,” Golden State Magazine, (Autumn 1984) MAGAZINE

45. “On the Lighter Side…Olympians Brighten Freeway with Paint,” Penthouse (August 1984) MAGAZINE

46. Jeanette Valentine, “Wall of History,” The Los Angeles Times (August 12, 1984) NEWSPAPER

47. Archives of American Art Journal 24/ (1984) 38 ART JOURNAL

48. “Design Development and Self Determination in Hispanic Communities” La Communidad (1984) JOURNAL


49. Richard Atcheson, “Journey to the Heart of Los Angeles,” New Connections Vol. 2 (1985) 12-13 MAGAZINE

50. Marlene Donohue, “Grass Roots Art Finds Freedom in Jail,” The Los Angeles Times (Jan. 8, 1985) NEWSPAPER

51. Sandra Luz Gallegos, “Artistas Pobres Podrian Realizar Sus Ambiciones,” La Opinion (March 22, 1985) NEWSPAPER

52. Tom Huth, “Here’s California’ California (June 1985) 26-27 MAGAZINE

53. Judy Brill, “Local mural program uses billboards to sell ideas” The Argonaut (July 20, 1985) NEWSPAPER

54. “Contemporary Muralism,” UC Mexus News 14/15 (Summer/Fall 1985) JOURNAL

55. Colleen Bently-Adler, “Studious Art,” UCI Journal (December1985/January 1986) JOURNAL


56. Aida Ferrarone, “Nominada como ‘Hisana del Año,” Noticias del MUNDO (January 31, 1986) NEWSPAPER

57. Michelle Burgess, “A New Image for L.A.,” Vista USA (Winter 1986-87), 42-46 ­NEWSPAPER

58. “Judy Baca Directed the largest mural in the world” Caminos, February, 1986, 8 NEWSPAPER

59. Zan Durbin, “Artists get in step with peace march,” The Los Angeles Times (February 7, 1986) NEWSPAPER

60. “Judith Baca Mexicoamericana” Saludos Hispanos May/June, 1986, 28 MAGAZINE

61. “UCI Professor to Join Arts Group,” Orange Coast Daily Pilot (June 22, 1986) NEWSPAPER

62. Encuentro: A Colombian Quincentendary Newsletter “Work to continue on longest mural in the world” Summer 1986 NEWSPAPER

63. “Murals Resurface on City’s Arts Agenda,” Los Angeles Times Calendar, (August 13, 1986) NEWSPAPER

64. Beverly Beyette, “Have art, will travel to skid row, or jail,” Los Angeles Times, (August 28, 1986) NEWSPAPER

65. “Venice Muralist Honored,” The Argonaut (October 16, 1986) NEWSPAPER

66. Claudia Puig,“Young Poets Hope for Break at Old Jail,” The Los Angeles Times (November 30, 1986) NEWSPAPER

67. Zan Durbin, “Freeway Murals to be Restored,” The Los Angeles Times (December 23, 1986) NEWSPAPER


68. Zan Durbin, “L.A. Muralist’s Second Cover Story,” The Los Angeles Times (Feb. 4, 1987) NEWSPAPER

69. “Artwork,” Women of Power (Spring, 1987) JOURNAL

70. “Muralist Judy Baca has a long history of artwork,” San Antonio Light Section J, (November 29, 1987) NEWSPAPER

71. Michele Burgess “A New Image for L.A.” Vista USA (Winter 1986/1987) 42-46 JOURNAL


72. David Pickering, “The Art of Going Public,” Corpus Christi Caller (Nov. 24, 1988) NEWSPAPER

73. Amy Siegel and Steve Dalzell, “Guadalupe Murals,” Santa Maria Times (January 11, 1988) NEWSPAPER

74. “Comision Feminil de Los Angeles salutes Latina artists,” Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates of the 100th Congress, Second Session, Vol. 134, No. 18, (February 24, 1988) JOURNAL

75. “L.A. murals aren’t off the wall,” Daily News: L.A. Life (March 26, 1988) NEWSPAPER

76. Kenneth Turan,“Born in East L.A.: Latino artists and entertainers make their mark on the international map” Los Angeles Times Magazine Col IV, No. 12, March 27, 1988 NEWSPAPER

77. Barbara Carrasco, “Comision Femenil honors three Latina artists” America’s 2001 Vol. 1, No. 5, March/April, 1988 MAGAZINE

78. “Murals resurface on city’s art agenda,” Los Angeles Times, Calendar Section, August 13, 1988 NEWSPAPER

79. “Calling the Role of Latinos,” New York Times, September 30, 1988 NEWSPAPER

80. Daily Bruin, University of California, Los Angeles, September 30, 1988 NEWSPAPER

81. Vantage Point: The Magazine of the American Council for the Arts, West Coast Regional issues forum,” October 1988 MAGAZINE

82. Jude McGee, “Painter Power,” Los Angeles Magazine (November 1988) MAGAZINE

83. “Los Angeles Muralist to Lecture,” The Paisano (Nov. 24, 1988) NEWSPAPER

84. “Guadalupe history is brought to life,” Santa Maria Times (December 22, 1988) NEWSPAPER


85. Los Angeles Times Calendar Section (February 3, 1989) NEWSPAPER

86. “Murals in Progress” (Cover Story) Valley Living (February 10, 1989) NEWSPAPER

87. Kim Christensen, “Work Halted on UCI’s Student Mural,” Orange County Register (March 4, 1989) NEWSPAPER

88. Murals spark further controversy,” New University (March 6, 1989)NEWSPAPER

89. “Student murals on the wall of a UCI construction site” Los Angeles Times (March 26, 1989) NEWSPAPER

90. Daniel B. Wood, “An Ancient Art Brings Pride & Tolerance,” Christian Science Monitor, April 4, 1989 NEWSPAPER

91. Lucy Lippard, “Mixing It Up: Symposium Crosses Cultural Through Art,” Boulder Daily Camera (April 7, 1989) NEWSPAPER

92. “Guadalupe Street, Guadalupe” The Guadalupe Independent May 4, 1989 NEWSPAPER

93. “World Peace mural exhibit,” The Argonaut May 18, 1989 NEWSPAPER

94. Daryl H. Miller, “Baca hopes ‘Wall’ can scale barriers,” Daily News (June 30, 1989) NEWSPAPER

95. Daryl Miller, “A Wall Designed to Break Down Barriers,” San Francisco Chronicle (July 4, 1989) NEWSPAPER

96. “Art Pick of the Week,” L.A. Weekly, July 21-27, 1989 NEWSPAPER

97. Ramin Zahed, “Hispanic Heritage Month: Southern California’s Hispanic leaders remember the role models who gave them pride and inspired them to succeed,” KCET Magazine, October, 1989 MAGAZINE

98. Janice Ross, “Pushing the boundary between war and peace,” Los Angeles Times, Calendar Section, October 1, 1989 NEWSPAPER

99. Graciela Frings, “Impulso a la esperanza en el movimiento del mural Chicano,” Replica No. 877 (Nov. 1989)MAGAZINE

100. Peter Clothier, “L.A.: Outward Bound” ARTnews December 1989, 127-131 MAGAZINE


101. “Song Festival Finnish artists collaborate,” Torstaina Kesakumm June 14, 1990 INTERVIEW

102. Matti Rinne, “Joensuu artists head for the Barcelona Olympics,” Kesaperjantai, June 15, 1990 NEWSPAPER

103. “Joensuu Song Festival Peace Talks within the ‘World Wall,’” Karjalainen, Culture Section, June 20, 1990 NEWSPAPER

104. The Argonaut, What’s On-Arts, Entertainment, Dining Guide, “Art for Peace” July 12, 1990 NEWSPAPER

105. Soviet Pravada “The collaborative work ‘World Wall’ opens today in Moscow,” July 14, 1990 NEWSPAPER

106. Laura Accinelli, “Building a wall for peace” Daily Breeze Life and Arts Section, September 10, 1990 NEWSPAPER

107. Hispanic Heritage Month: Bilingual Activities Calendar and Program Guide “Muralist Judith Baca’s latest work to premier in September” September 15-October 14, 1990 PROGRAM

108. Frances K. Pohl, “’The World Wall: A Vision of the Future Without Fear’: An Interview with Judith F. Baca,” Frontiers 11/1 (1990), 33-43 INTERVIEW

109. Merle Schipper, “Art and Politics Paint a Colorful, Creative Portrait,” Daily News (December 8, 1990)NEWSPAPER

110. Donna Brookman, “Body/Culture: Chicano Figuration,” Artweek 21/42 (December 13, 1990) ART JOURNAL


111. “Back to the Wall” Los Angeles Times View Section, February 14, 1991 NEWSPAPER

112. “Judith Baca mural makes L.A. debut” Eastside Sun March 21, 1991 NEWSPAPER

113. El Sereno Star “‘World Wall’ mural will be shown at Lincoln Park,” March 20, 1991 NEWSPAPER

114. “Wall for all,” LA Weekly “April 11, 1991 NEWSPAPER

115. Kathy Register, Arts Beat, Jewish Journal, March 22, 1991 NEWSPAPER

116. “Murales que están haciendo historia, son exhibidos por primera vez en Los Angeles,” Farandula, March 28, 1991 NEWSPAPER

117. “A mural that travels around the world,” La Opinion, Panorama Section, April 5, 1991 NEWSPAPER

118. “Mural Magic” Daily News: L.A. Life, April 5, 1991 NEWSPAPER

119. “Celebrating Judith Baca’s vision for the ‘World,” Los Angeles Times, “April 5, 1991 NEWSPAPER

120. El Universal “Llevar un mensaje de trabajo para encontrar La Paz, dice Judith Baca” 4 de Abril, 1991 NEWSPAPER

121. Vecinos del Valle” El poder de una visión” May 8, 1991 NEWSPAPER

122. Anne Estrada, Hispanic Magazine “Judy Baca’s art for peace” May 1991 MAGAZINE

123. Southwest Art “Neighborhood Pride: A Los Angeles Mural Program Places History and culture in public spaces” (June 1991) INTERVIEW

124. “‘Triumph of the Hands’ exhibited in Gorky Park” UC Mexus News Summer 1991 INTERVIEW

125. Smithsonian Institute News “Mural by Chicana artist Judith Baca to open at Smithsonian’s Experimental Gallery” (June 24, 1991) JOURNAL

126. Susan Morgan, “LA is not Hollywood, Judy Baca, outdoor artist” Mirabella Magazine July 1991 MAGAZINE

127. “Mural by Chicana artist Judith Baca to open at the Smithsonian’s Gallery,” La Prensa San Diego (July 12, 1991) NEWSPAPER

128. “Great Walls’ for LA Neighborhoods” Los Angeles Times, F Section (July 26, 1991) NEWSPAPER

129. “Latin American Festival, Washington D.C.: Mural by Chicana Artist Judith Baca at the Experimental Gallery.” Smithsonian Institute News (July 22-28, 1991) JOURNAL

130. “Best Bets, Art,” People’s Weekly World (August 3, 1991) NEWSPAPER

131. Hugo Quintana, “Panorama: Encuentro de Mundos y de Razas” La Opinion (23 de Octobre de 1991) NEWSPAPER

132. Moira Roth, “Towards a World in Balance: A Conversation with Judy Baca, Part 1,” Artweek 22/38, (November 14, 1991), 10-11 ART JOURNAL

133. Moira Roth, “Towards a World in Balance: A Conversation with Judy Baca, Part 2,” Artweek 22/39 (November 21, 1991), 10-11 ART JOURNAL

134. Shauna Snow, “Chicana Wields a Mighty Brush to Place Los Angeles Murals on Global Display” Los Angeles Times, (November 21, 1991) NEWSPAPER

135. Stephanie Finucane, “Guadalupe faces up to new murals,” Santa Barbara News-Press, (December 8, 1991) NEWSPAPER


136. Travis A. Ramirez, “La Raza Report,” Low Rider Magazine January, 1992 MAGAZINE

137. Lynn Pyne, “Artist at large: Baca lets her murals speak for the people who help create them,” Phoenix Gazette Style Section (March 3, 1992) NEWSPAPER

138. Kerry Blankenship, “A panel discussion,” Santa Barbara Independent (April 30-May 7, 1992) NEWSPAPER

139. Bob Elston, “Painting a portrait of a riot: Mural by UCI class depicts the anger…and the healing,” Los Angeles Times (June 5, 1992) NEWSPAPER

140. Photograph from UCI mural class, “Illustrating a Point,” Orange County Register (June 5, 1992) NEWSPAPER

141. “Baldwin Park selects artist” Metrolink Connection (June 1992) NEWSPAPER

142. Valerie Martinez,“Vision: Chicano muralists” Lifestyle J Section (July 5, 1992) NEWSPAPER

143. Blaise Tobia and Virginia Maksymowicz,“The Great Wall of Los Angeles,” The Witness, October 1992 NEWSPAPER

144. “Historic Latina Women in Los Angeles,” L.A. Women 3rd Quarter, Vol. 12, Issue 3, 1992 JOURNAL


145. Connie Monagham, “Learning Pick of the Week: Judy Baca” L.A. Weekly (November 19-25,1993) NEWSPAPER

146. Quendrith Johnson, “A Brush with Judy Baca” The Argonaut “What’s On, Art Section, (November 18, 1993) NEWSPAPER

147. Barbara Hernandez, “UCLA Professor to Argue Merit of Spraycan Artists” UCLA Magazine School of the Arts and Entertainment Section (November 18, 1993) MAGAZINE

148. Brian Maxwell, “Graffiti views: Taggers, writers tell UCLA class their efforts are art form” Outlook, [Westside] (November 18, 1993) NEWSPAPER

149. “Tag Lines: Two graffiti practitioners profess their craft to a class of UCLA undergraduates” Los Angeles Times Metro Section (November 18, 1993) NEWSPAPER

150. “Exposiciones” El Sol de Mexico En la Sociedad, Seccion D, Pagina 5, 11 de (Noviembre de 1993) NEWSPAPER

151. Gabriel Rodriguez Piña, “Arte del otro Mexico: Fuentes y significados” El Nacional (Mexico City) Exposiciones (11 de Noviembre de 1993) NEWSPAPER

152. Adriana Moncada, “La Igualdad, Un Mito en EU,” Uno Mas Uno (10 de Noviembre 1993) NEWSPAPER

153. Cartelera 32: Museos,” La Jornada (10 de Noviembre de 1993) NEWSPAPER

154. “Arte de Otro Mexico, en el MAM” Excelsior (09 de Noviembre de 1993) NEWSPAPER

155. Patricia Velazquez Yebra, “Vinieron del otro lado: Veinte artistas Chicanos expondrad en el MAM,”El Universal (09 de Noviembre de 1993) NEWSPAPER

156. Gia Gittleson, “SPARC: Judy Baca of the Social and Public Art Resource Center lights up L.A.’s outdoor cultural life,” Venice Magazine (November 1993) MAGAZINE

157. Zan Dubin, “Muralist honors American Indians” Los Angeles Times Orange County Edition (August 10, 1993) NEWSPAPER

158. Zan Dubin, “Journey Back in Time” Los Angeles Times Calendar Section (July 27, 1993) NEWSPAPER

159. Berkley Hudson, “Riding the Rails of History” Los Angeles Times San Gabriel Valley edition (July 25, 1993) NEWSPAPER

160. “World Wall will go on exhibit in Mexico City,” San Fernando Valley Today Vol. 20, No. 25 (June 25, 1993) NEWSPAPER

161. “Mural Action” Artweek Vol. 24, No. 12 (June 17, 1993) ART JOURNAL

162. “Artist’s exhibit due in Mexico” The Outlook (June 1, 1993) NEWSLETTER

163. Pamela Polivka, “Metrolink celebrates with free train rides” Baldwin Park Bulletin Vol. 1, No. 47 (May 20, 1993) NEWSPAPER

164. Albert Vargas, “Metrolink riders can expect commute with culture” San Gabriel Valley News (May 19, 1993) NEWSPAPER

165. El Hispano “World Wall Art Travels to Mexico” (May 19, 1993) NEWSPAPER

166. “Photograph of Undergraduate mural, ‘The City’” UCI Items (May 1993) NEWSPAPER

167. Tom Jennings,“Cuts may end Venice Public Art Program” The Outlook (Westside), (April 27, 1993) NEWSPAPER

168. “Unity angels don’t reflect the real L.A.” Los Angeles Times (April 27, 1993) NEWSPAPER

169. Nancy Kapitanoff,“Street Gallery Works” Los Angeles Times (March 14, 1993) NEWSPAPER

170. “Art makes up for lapses in class,” Daily Bulletin (March 7, 1993) NEWSPAPER

171. Glenn Whipp,“Going Baca to Baca” Tribune Daily News Living Section, (March 7, 1993) NEWSPAPER

172. “Judith F. Baca: Sites and Insights” Los Angeles Times, (March 6, 1993)NEWSPAPER


173. B. J. Violett, “Parting Shot: A Multicultural Mural,” UCLA Magazine, Vol. 5, No. 4, (Winter, 1994) 64 MAGAZINE

174. Nancy Kaptianoff,“Street Gallery Works,” Los Angeles Times Westside Valley (March 14, 1994) NEWSPAPER

175. Katherine Sherman, “Muralist Judith F. Baca to Speak at SCAD,” Georgia Guardian Vol. 3, NO. 13, Page 1C (March 25-31, 1994) NEWSPAPER

176. Judith Baca, Graffiti: Arte or Vandalismo?” Los Angeles Times “Nuestro Tiempo Section (April 21, 1994) NEWSPAPER

177. “La Ofrenda to the Domestic Worker,” UCI News Paper (April 27, 1994) NEWSPAPER

178. Michael J. Allen, “Muralist brings multiculturalism to mainstream art: Professor Judith Baca share her skill with UCI students and inner-city youth,” New University Features (May 2, 1994) NEWSPAPER

179. “Art Conference: 40 Experts Talk about Arts,” The Albuquerque Tribune (May 20, 1994) NEWSPAPER

180. Thomas S. Hines,“It’s No Day in the Country,” Los Angeles Times Calendar Section, Sunday, (May 22, 1994) NEWSPAPER

181. Nancy Kapitanoff, “Off the Street and Into the Art Gallery,” Los Angeles Times Westside Section (May 26, 1994) NEWSPAPER

182. Dave Wielenga, “World Class Murals,” Long Beach Press D Section, (May 28, 1994) NEWSPAPER

183. Lynell George,“The Real ‘West Side Story” Los Angeles Times Life and Style Section, (Friday, July 22, 1994) NEWSPAPER

184. Louinn Lota, “Taggers teach art class, exhibit work at galleries” Daily News L.A. Life and Style Section, (August 2, 1994) NEWSPAPER

185. Christopher Knight, “Is L.A. Public Art a Pie in the Sky?,” Los Angeles Times Calendar Section (October 23, 1994) NEWSPAPER

186. “El Origen Chicano en el otro Mexico,” Noticias (10 de Noviembre 19994) NEWSPAPER

187. “Expondran aqui 20 artistas Chicanos,” Noticias (10 de Noviembre 1994) NEWSPAPER

188. “Vistarian Chicago Artistas Oaxaqueños,” Noticias (10 de Noviembre 1994) NEWSPAPER

189. Aaron Betsky, “Edge-Wise,” Los Angeles Times (November 20, 1994) NEWSPAPER 

190. “World Wall: A Vision of the Future Without Fear” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies14/2, 81-85 (1994) INTERVIEW

191. Mayra Fernandez: Judy Baca, Artist, Modern Curriculum Press, 1994 CHILDREN’S BOOK 


192. Meg Sullivan, “Latina Artist to Paint Topping Center Mural on Chicano Themes,” USC Chronicle 15/2 (September 4, 1995) NEWSPAPER


193. “Professor Profile,” Inspiration, UCLA James E. West Center (April 1996) JOURNAL

194. Jasmine Lee, “With a Wide Brush: Venice muralist paints the town red…and blue and green,” Los Angeles Times (July 26, 1996) NEWSPAPER

195. “Muralist Judy Baca will be guest lecturer at Atheneum,” El Extra News Vol. 20, No. 7, Hartford, CN, (1 de Noviembre de 1996) NEWSPAPER


196. Jan Breslauer, “Drawing On A Dual Legacy,” Los Angeles Times (January 2, 1997) NEWSPAPER

197. “On and Off the Wall: Users’ Guide to Public Art in Los Angeles,” L.A. Weekly (January 10-16, 1997) NEWSPAPER

198. Kirk McKoy, “An Off-The-Wall History of the Taper,” The Los Angeles Times Calendar (April 7, 1997) NEWSPAPER

199. “Lifetime Achievement Sponsored by Sheraton,” Hispanic Magazine (August 1997) MAGAZINE

200. “L.A.’s Support of Graffiti Opens More Than a Can of Spray Paint” The Wall Street Journal (August 23, 1997) NEWSPAPER

201. “Going Underground,” The Santa Monica Outlook (September 4, 1997) NEWSPAPER

202. “Where Life is Sideshow, Street Art Passes Limit,” The New York Times (September 19, 1997) NEWSPAPER

203. “Graffiti Pit Cover-Up,” The Lighthouse Magazine (September 1997) MAGAZINE

204. Alfredo J. Estrada, “Hispanic Achievements Awards” Hispanic Magazine (November 1997) MAGAZINE


205. “Israel Murals Reveals The Fault Lines at 50” New York Times Front Page (April 28, 1998) NEWSPAPER

206. “30 year anniversary celebration, California State University Northridge, and famous graduates,” Los Angeles Daily News Front Page (April 28, 1998) NEWSPAPER

207. Adalberto Rios, “Los Murales de Los Angeles” Vuelo Mexicana Airlines (June 1998) MAGAZINE

208. Sharline Chiang, “CSUN’s Brightest,” Daily News (September 21, 1998) NEWSPAPER


209. “Distinctive L.A. Art Legacy Under Siege,” Los Angeles Times July 23, 1999 NEWSPAPER

210. Ramon de la Rosa, “Beyond The Mexican Mural,” La Gente 29/1 (November 1999), 20-21 MAGAZINE


211. “Venice: SPARC seeks repair space for traveling mural panels.” The Argonaut (January 13, 2000) NEWSPAPER

212. “A Boost from Baca,” The Durango Herald (January 28, 2000) NEWSPAPER

213. “Our soil’s story,” The Denver Post (January 29, 2000) NEWSPAPER

214. Mary Voelz Chandler, “Mud and Blood: DIA Mural captures flight of emigrants from Mexican Revolution,” Denver Rocky Mountain News (January 29, 2000) NEWSPAPER

215. Joyce Gregory Wyels, “Great Walls, Vibrant Voices” Americas Magazine (February 2000) MAGAZINE

216. Mary Voelz Chandler, “Graphic History, Story of Refugees from Mexican Revolution unfolds on DIA Wall,” Denver Rocky Mountain News (February 2, 2000) NEWSPAPER

217. Duncan Campbell, “Los Angeles Muralists Look Beyond the Brick Wall,” The London Guardian, (February 14, 2000) NEWSPAPER

218. Marcela Rojas, “Not A Banner Year” Westside Weekly (March 10, 200) NEWSPAPER

219. Marlene Donahue, “A Private Look at a Public Eye,” Our Times (March 19, 2000) NEWSPAPER

220. Dominic Berbeo, “Artists Hope to Draw City Funds to Restore World’s Longest Mural,” Daily News (April 2, 2000) NEWSPAPER

221. Juan Espinosa,“Mural Speaks Volumes,” The Pueblo Chieftain (April 17, 2000) NEWSPAPER

222. Greg Risling, “Artist Fight to Preserve Their Mural,” The Los Angeles Times (April 23, 2000) NEWSPAPER

223. Dominic Berbeo, “City Council Earmarking $100,000 for Mural Work,” Daily News (May 18, 2000) NEWSPAPER

224. K. Schipper, “Printing Public Art, ‘Pushing the Limits’, Denver Airport” Digital Graphics Magazine (July 2000) – MAGAZINE

225. Dominic Berbeo, “The Great Debate: Artist, City disagree on mural restoration,” Daily News (August 7, 2000) NEWSPAPER

226. “From Blank Walls to Blank Screens: SPARC’s Digital Mural Lot,” Working Capital Fund News (Fall 2000) NEWSLETTER

227. Cynthia Lee, “The Writing On The Wall,” UCLA Magazine (Fall 2000) MAGAZINE

228. Jodi Garber, “Exhibit flaunts artistry, heritage,” El Paso Times (Sunday, September 17, 2000) NEWSPAPER

229. Taylor Holliday, “View/Art: L.A. Murals, Up Against the Wall,” Wall Street Journal (September 29, 2000) NEWSPAPER

230. Greg Risling,“Mural Most Needs the Color Green,” Los Angeles Times (October 30, 2000) NEWSPAPER

231. “Murals pay homage to history, heritage,” UCLA Today (November 21, 2000) NEWSPAPER


232. Keli Dailey, “Muralists Raise Hue and Cry Over Graffiti,” Westside Weekly, (April 29, 2001) NEWSPAPER

233. Hugo Martin and Lorena Muñoz, “Taggers, Caltrans Take a Toll on Freeway Murals,” Los Angeles Times (May 3, 2001) NEWSPAPER

234. Shirena Trujillo, “Arts Center Mural Fuels Debate About Diversity,” The Durango Herald (May 13, 2001) NEWSPAPER

235. James Ricci, “Against the Wall: Time and Taggers Take Their Toll on Murals,” The Los Angeles Times Magazine (July 8, 2001) MAGAZINE

236. “Venice Muralist Judy Baca Honored by Liberty Hill Group,” The Argonaut (July 12, 2001) NEWSPAPER

237. Mattias Karen, “Mural, mural on the wall,” Westside Weekly (August, 2001) NEWSPAPER

238. Agustin Garza, “The Globe is her Canvas,” The Los Angeles Times (August 19, 2001) NEWSPAPER

239. “Self-portrait of a Muralist,” The Los Angeles Times (August 26, 2001) NEWSPAPER

240. Michelle Turnage, “Professor honored for Work, Baca extols value of using art as an education tool,” UCLA Daily Bruin (August 27, 2001) NEWSPAPER

241. “Diaspora,” The Korea Times (October 3, 2001) NEWSPAPER

242. Richard Chang, “Art comes of age in L.A.” Show: The Orange County Register (November 4, 2001) MAGAZINE


243. Barbara Roscoe, “Schools cope with September 11 tragedy through artwork,” The Montclarion (January 1, 2002) NEWSPAPER

244. David Ferrell, “Hidden Portrait of a City,” Los Angeles Times (February 21, 2002) NEWSPAPER

245. Jennifer Sinco Kelleher, “Writing on Wall for Mural Program,” Los Angeles Times (March 16, 2002) NEWSPAPER

246. Greg Risling, “Artists Fight to Preserve Their Mural,” Los Angeles Times (April 23, 2002) NEWSPAPER

247. Nancy Richmond, “Downtown Color,” The Durango Herald (April 25, 2002) NEWSPAPER

248. Indianna Reed, “Heritage Mural ‘reCollections’ installed at Durango Arts Center,” Four Corners Business (May 6, 2002) JOURNAL

249. Indiana Reed, “New Durango Attractions,” Four Corners Business Journal (May 6-19, 2002) JOURNAL

250. Morely Ballantine, “Editor’s Note/Opinion,” The Durango Herald (May 7, 2002) NEWSPAPER

251. Charlie Langdon, “re Collections: Community Mural to be Dedicated Today at Durango Arts Center,” The Durango Herald (May 10, 2002) NEWSPAPER

252. Judith Reynolds, “Durango’s Heritage Celebrated,” The Durango Herald (May 11, 2002) NEWSPAPER

253. Barbara Tannenbaum, “Where Miles of Murals Preach a People’s Gospel,” New York Times (May 26, 2002) NEWSPAPER

254. Lisa Mascaro, “Wall Mural Fading Fast,” Los Angeles Daily News (June 2, 2002) NEWSPAPER

255. Gary Walker, “SPARC: The Legacy Continues,” Weekly Press (6/13/02) NEWSPAPER

256. Judith Reynolds, “The Mural on Second Ave.,” The Durango Herald (Sunday, June 30, 2002) NEWSPAPER

257. Susan Emerling, “A Remarkable Journey,” Los Angeles Times (10/06/02) NEWSPAPER

258. Suzanne Muchnic, “Siqueiros Mural Reemerges,” Los Angeles Times (October 24, 2002) NEWSPAPER


259. Gabriela Allende, ”Judith Baca e sus murales para salvar a la juvented.” La Revista Cristina (April 13, 2003) 62-64 MAGAZINE

260. Marc Ferris, ”PEACE SIGNS When urban artists want an outlet for their views, they don’t call CNN. They take it to the streets.” VIBE Magazine (August 2003) 58-59 MAGAZINE


261. Hugo Martin, “Mural Repair Grant Stops Short of Need,” Los Angeles Times (2004) NEWSPAPER

262. Dawn Page, “Una vision mundial de paz,” La Opinion (May 26, 2004) NEWSPAPER

263. Rahne Pistor, “Elect This! Emotions run high among artists in SPARC exhibit in Venice,” The Argonaut (October 28, 2004) NEWSPAPER

264. “Back To the Wall,” People Magazine, May 24, 2004, pp. 98 MAGAZINE


265. Hugo Martin, “Mural Repair Grant Stops Short of Need,” LA Times (February 22, 2005) NEWSPAPER

266. “Foster Care Children Work with Muralist,” Santa Monica Mirror, Life & Arts (March 23, 2005) NEWSPAPER

267. Ben Ehrenreich, “A Considerable Town in Occupied Territory,” LA Weekly (May 10, 2005) NEWSPAPER

268. Christina L. Esparza, “Monument Draws Fire,” San Gabriel Valley Tribune May 10, 2005) NEWSPAPER

269. Christina L. Esparza, “Group plans protest at site of monument,” San Gabriel Valley Tribune (May 12, 2005) NEWSPAPER

270. David Pierson and Patricia Ward Biederman, “Protest Over Art Forces Police to Draw the Line,” Los Angeles Times (May 15, 2005) NEWSPAPER

271. “Venice Artists at Center of anti-immigration storm,” Beach Head issue 285 (June 2005) NEWSPAPER

272. Sahra Susman, “Baldwin Park Draws Large Numbers of Protestors, Police,” Pasadena Independent (June 2005) NEWSPAPER

273. Christina L. Esparza, “Still looking for Help,” San Gabriel Valley Tribune (June 15, 2005) NEWSPAPER

274. Christina L. Esparza & Phil Drake, “City mandates protest permits,” San Gabriel Valley Tribune (June 16, 2005)NEWSPAPER

275. Eileen Truax, “Crece la polarización por derechos de inmigrantes,” La Opinion (June 18, 2005) NEWSPAPER

276. Christina L. Esparza, “Rival groups plan to protest,” San Gabriel Valley Tribune (June 20, 2005) NEWSPAPER

277. David Pierson, “A Monumental War of Words,” Los Angeles Times (June 25, 2005) NEWSPAPER

278. Jorge Morales Almada, “Monumento de Baldwin Park se queda,” La Opinion (June 26, 2005) NEWSPAPER

279. Wendy Thermos, “Immigration Protest in Baldwin Park is Peaceful,” Los Angeles Times (June 26, 2005) NEWSPAPER

280. Marianne Love and Shirley Hsu, “Protest Attracts Many Messengers,” San Gabriel Valley Tribune (June 26, 2005) NEWSPAPER

281. Fred Alvarez, “A Street-Fighter Mentality on Illegal Immigration,” Los Angeles Times (June 27, 2005) NEWSPAPER

282. Sara B. Miller, “ A monument stirs immigration debate,” Christian Science Monitor (June 29, 2005) NEWSPAPER

283. Scott Williams, “The 100 Influentials,” Hispanic Business Magazine, October 2005, pp. 42 MAGAZINE

284. Alex Dobuzinskis, “Plans are afoot to rehabilitate L.A.’s Great Wall,” Daily News (November 7, 2005.) NEWSPAPER 


285. Mohammod Mack, “Writing on the Walls: Judy Baca,” LA Weekly , (April 21-27, 2006) MAGAZINE

286. George Melrod, “In The Public Eye Across Southern California, Public Art Is Thriving.” Lifescapes Magazine, July 2006 MAGAZINE

287. Christina Pompa Kwok, GW feature, Tu Ciudad Magazine, June/July’06 MAGAZINE

288. Christina Pompa-Kwok, Tu Ciudad Magazine, highlighting SPARC’s 30th anniversary in August/September 2006 issue. MAGAZINE

289. Betsy Goldman, “SPARC tells the neighborhoods’ stories thru public art.” The Argonaut, September 7, 2006

290. Carlos Paul, “El arte debe estar al sevicio de los pueblos, reivindica artista chicana,” La Jornada. (October 10, 2006) NEWSPAPER

291. Laura Mecoy, “Restoration of a hidden treasure becomes a rallying cry to revive L.A.’s murals.” The Sacramento Bee, November 28, 2006 NEWSPAPER


292. Susan Abram, “Extreme Makeover Taggers using L.A.’spublic murals to showcase their graffiti, ruining years of artists’ work.” Sunday Daily News (January 7, 2007) NEWSPAPER

293. Eileen Truax, “Oaxaca En Nuestros Corazones,” La Opinion. (1/12/07) NEWSPAPER

294. Lynne Heffley, “A Moveable Street Scene,” The Los Angeles Times. (1/14/07) NEWSPAPER

295. Sam Lubell, Architect’s Newspaper featuring Judy Baca, January 2007 NEWSPAPER

296. La Gente de Aztlan at UCLA: interview about Oaxaca in our Hearts Exhibit February 2, 2007 MAGAZINE

297. Suzanne Muchnic, ‘WACK’ Art and the Feminist Revolution’ is signature MOCA, an ambitious attempt to rethink the history of contemporary art.–The Next Big Thing.” Los Angeles Times Art & Music Section Sunday, March 4,2007 NEWSPAPER

298. Christopher Knight, “A Feminist Breakout,” The Los Angeles Times: Calendar Section. (March 5, 2007) NEWSPAPER

299. “Best of Issue,” Los Angeles Magazine features GW, April 2007 MAGAZINE

300. Andrew Blankstein and Ari B. Bloomekatz, “Taggers spray, parents pay,” Los Angeles Times, September 29, 2007

301. Susan Abram and Sue Doyle, “L.A.’s street murals disappearing,” Daily News, October 22, 2007

302. Pablo Morales, NACLA Report on the Americas 2007 MAGAZINE


303. “A Few of the Notable Women of Venice, Who are involved in their community.” Free Venice Beachhead, March 2008 NEWSPAPER

304. Gary Walker, “Sign of the times: City ordinance threatens local murals.” The Argonaut, March 27, 2008 NEWSPAPER

Harlan Lebo, College Report UCLA, March 2008 JOURNAL

305. School of Music and Arts “California Artists: Projects for Kids” San Jose Mercury News, March 2008 NEWSPAPER

306. UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, “A Ver, Newsletter Volume 6,” April 2008 NEWSLETTER

307. Eileen Truax, “Se diluyen los murales” La Opinion, June 26, 2008 NEWSPAPER

308. Gary Walker, “SPARC murals find new life at Venice Family Clinic” The Argonaut, August 21, 2008 NEWSPAPER

309. Joe Rodriguez, “New arch honors a life of service.” San Jose Mercury News, September 4, 2008 NEWSPAPER


310. Alicia Lozano, “Mural Mortality” Los Angeles Times Calendar, January 6, 2009 NEWSPAPER

311. Adam Pockross, “Finding musical common ground” The Argonaut, (1/22/09) NEWSPAPER

312. Samantha Schaefer, “UCLA Professor dedicates herself to exposing art” UCLA Daily Bruin, (3/4/09) NEWSPAPER

313. Jacqueline Trescott, “Activists Ask White House for Role in Recovery” The Washington Post (5/13/09)


314. Jasmine Mahmoud, “The Arts & The Economy.” [The Arts Politic] White House arts & activism meeting, June issue May 20, 2009 MAGAZINE

315. Sarah Swasey, “Mesa Gallery Honors Chicano Heritage” The Mesa Press, October 27, 2009 NEWSPAPER

316. UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, “A Ver, Newsletter Volume 7,” May 2009 NEWSLETTER

317. Ashland Gallery Association, “Activist Art” 2009 MAGAZINE

318. Aguas Calientes Cultural Museum, “2009 educational programs: mural tour of Los Angeles” 2009 NEWSLETTER

319. Lynn Hershman Leeson, “Women Art Revolution: The (Formerly) Secret History,” Hotwire Productions, 2009 FILM


320. Mark Blankenship, highlighting Judy Baca for Women in the Arts: February 22 issue. Hispanic Outlook Magazine, 2010 MAGAZIN 

321. Sophia Wright, Venice Beachhead Paper March 2, 2010 NEWSPAPER

322. UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, “A Ver, Newsletter Volume 8, # 9,” May 2010 NEWSLETTER

323. Linda McDonough, “From Prada To Nada,” Odd Lot Entertainment, 2010 FILM

324. Patt Morrison Profile, “Muralista” Los Angeles Times – Opinion, August 28, 2010 NEWSPAPER

325. Christian Hoang, “LA artists draw battle lines to save city’s legacy of murals” 9/19/2010 ONLINE


326. “Latino Heritage Month“ Beachhead August 2011 NEWSPAPER

327. Susan Abram, Los Angeles Daily News“Great Wall of L.A. gets a face-lift” 9/15/11 NEWSPAPER/ONLINE

328. Rubi Fregoso, “The Great Wall of LA” KCET Departures – Youth Voices, 2011 ONLINE CHANNEL

329. KCET Departures: “JUDITH F. BACA – Muralist, Activist & Educator” 2011 ONLINE CHANNEL

330. Nicole Possert, The Eastsider LA “A new era begins for Highland Park mural” January 29, 2011


331. Sam Bloch, “The Great Wall of L.A., Legendary L.A. River Mural, Restored to Former Glory” Sep. 19, 2011 ONLINE

332. Molly Gray, Annenberg Digital News, “Highland Park AT&T Building Mural Finally Restored.” Oct. 22, 2011 ONLINE

333. David Fonseca, Highland Park-Mount Washington Patch, “Judy Baca’s Restored ‘History Of Highland Park Mural’ Unveiled.” October 24, 2011 ONLINE

334. David Fonseca, Highland Park-Mount Washington Patch, “Judy Baca’s History of Highland Park Mural to be Dedicated Saturday” October 21, 2011 ONLINE

335. Joan Saab, Critical Commons “NBCLatino reports – JUDY BACA talks about her experience painting “The Great Wall” 2011 ONLINE


336. Sandra Marquez Stathis/ Video by: Norma Rubio,, “Innovator: JUDY BACA pioneers technology to save murals” 09/20/2012 NBC Universal, New York ONLINE CHANNEL

337. Kitazawa,Yosuke and Fuentes, Ed., “Muralist Judy Baca on L.A.’s Digital Divide” KCET Departures. 19 Jul. 20012 <>. 2012 ONLINE CHANNEL

338. Yoli Martinez, KCET PORTRAITS “Iconic Hispanic Angelenos in History: Judy Baca” on October  4, 2012<>  ONLINE CHANNEL

339. Emily Chu, “Signature Broadway mural to be removed, relocated to make way for restoration” June 19, 2012 ONLINE

340. Taylor Roland, Women Art and Culture, Featured: “Judy Baca: Biography.” Monday, May 14, 2012 ONLINE

341. Isabel Rojas Williams, Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles, Featured Artist of The Month: Judy Baca 9/28/2012 ONLINE/INTERVIEW

342. Damian Mendieta, The Occidental Weekly “Murals paint picture of Latino culture” October 3, 2012


343. Carlyn Aguilar, Notes on Looking “LA is getting its murals back!” October 14, 2012 ONLINE

344. Kinsee Morlan, San Diego City Beat “Yet another Martin Luther King Jr. mural” Nov 14, 2012. ONLINE NEWSPAPER


345. David Ng, Los Angeles Times- Arts and Culture “NEA awards $26.3 million with 122 recipients in California”, April, 24, 2013 ONLINE NEWSPAPER

346. (PRWEB) Richmond, California “New Neighborhood Public Art Mural by Judy Baca in Richmond, California” June 20, 2013, ONLINE

347. Huffpost Arts & Culture, “Community Art In Mid-America.” September 3, 2013 ONLINE NEWSPAPER

348. Eric Drucker,, “Roadside Attractions: A Look at the Los Angeles Marathon Murals” March 18, 2013 ONLINE

349. Paul Von Blum, “Saving Paul Conrad’s ‘Chain Reaction” Aug 27, 2013 ONLINE

350. Reed Johnson, Los Angeles Times “Arguments over L.A.’s mural ban paint different pictures” June 25, 2013 ONLINE NEWSPAPER

351. Dana Bartholomew, Los Angeles Daily News, “Canoga Park conference aims to draw support for murals” 03/29/13 ONLINE NEWSPAPER

352. Andrea Steedman, Inland Empire Weekly “The Contemporary Archives of Outsider Art” April 18, 2013 ONLINE NEWSPAPER

353. Dakota Smith, Los Angeles Daily News, “LA Mural Ordinance Would Allow Art On Single-Family Residences” 08/26/2013 ONLINE NEWSPAPER

354. Hector Gonzalez, Venice Life, “LA’s Great Wall: Muralist Judy Baca’s Nonprofit Works To Revive a Landmark” November 2013. MAGAZINE

355. Denver International Airport Online News: Denver international Airport voted 1st place winner for best artwork in the nation, featuring the work of Judy Baca. ONLINE


1. Camille Guerin-Gonzales: Mexican Workers and American Dreams, Rutgers University Press, 1994 (cover art: Farmworkers of Guadalupe, 1990) BOOK COVER ART

2. “The California Hispanic High School Dropout Prevention Project” Hispanic Education and Media Group Curriculum contribution, 1993 CURRICULUM CONTRIBUTION

3. Denise Beirnes with Moira Roth, Territories, Borders, and Crossings: A Narrative Chronology of the life and art of Judy Baca, Unpublished Manuscript, January, 1994 UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPT

4. Kathryn A. Charles, Judy Baca: Empowering Communities Through Public Art, Master’s Thesis, 1994 MASTER’S THESIS

5. Mario Ontiveros: Circumscribing Identities: Chicana Muralists and the Representation of Chicana Subjectivity. Master’s Thesis, University of California, Riverside, 1994 MASTER’S THESIS

6. Dyan Ellen Mazurana: Uprising of Las Mujeres: A Feminist and Semiotic Analysis of Mexicana and Chicana Art, Unpublished Dissertation, Clark University, 1999. UNPUBLISHED DISSERTATION

7. Stacey Mitsue Uradomo: Art institutions in Perspective: Challenging Practices and Developing New Spaces, the Work of Yoko Ono, Judith Baca, and Jenny Holzer, Unpublished Master’s Thesis, University of California, Riverside, 1999 UNPUBLISHED DISSERTATION

8. Catherine Sue Ramirez: The Pachuca in Chicano/a art, literature, and history: Reexamining nation, cultural nationalism, and resistance, Unpublished Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 2000 UNPUBLISHED DISSERTATION

9. California Community Foundation Annual Report, featuring SPARC’s Neighborhood Pride Murals. October 2005. ANNUAL REPORT

10. Nancy Vera, Educational Leadership doctoral candidate at Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi, Texas A&M University. March, 2006 DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

11. Linda Stollings, The Use of Mimeography in Early Gay Publishing, Canada, Master’s Thesis, October, 2006 MASTER’S THESIS

12. Lisa Hernandez, “Migrations and Other Stories” University Houston, Arte Publico Press 2006


13. Vilma Ortiz &Edward Telles, “Generations of Exclusion: Mexican Americans, Assimilation and Race,” Russel Sage Publications 2007 BOOK COVER ART

14. Andrew Deener, writing dissertation on Venice June 21, 2007 DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

15. Rachel Joy Tancioco Estrella, “Lessons from the Wall: Muralism and the Art of Empowerment” 2007 Doctor of Philosophy in Education, UCLA. DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

16. Alma Martinez, “Zootsuit, A New American Play” April 2008 DISCOVERY GUIDE

17. Consuelo Velasco, Public Art Studies Program USC: Masters Thesis, 2008 THESIS

18. Luis Genaro Garcia, Reclaiming Inner-City Education: Public Art, Public Education and Critical Pedagogy for Social Change, USC. May 2009 GRADUATE THESIS

19. Tere Valenzuela, Journalism Student, UCLA Extension May 8, 2009 STUDENT RESEARCH

20. Jaime Villaneda, Art History and Latin American Studies, Yale University. March 2009 THESIS

21. Arturo Rosette, “Dissertation: Critical Muralists” UMI, 2009 PUBLISHED DISSERTATION

22. Barbara Reyes, Private Women, Public Lives, Gender and the Missions of the Californias, University New Mexico 2009 BOOK COVER ART

23. Afroditi Climis Davos, Locating the Politics of Contemporary Public Art: Towards a New Historiography, Dissertation for Doctor of Philosophy in Art History, UCLA. 2009 DISSERTATION

24. Karina Muñiz, Los Angeles Conservancy “Pico Union Walking Tour” BROCHURE GUIDE

25. Víctor Alejandro Sorell, “An Enduring and Venerable Mexican Legacy: Abbreviated Reflections on David Alfaro Siqueiros and the Evolving State of Chicana/o Murals [1932—2009, and Beyond]”Siglo XXI Conference Plenary Session II, Inter-University Program for Latino Research (IUPLR), University of Notre Dame, September 24th & 26th, 2009 CONFERENCE PRESENTATION

26. October 2009 Office of International Visitors Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs U.S. Department of State INTERNATIONAL VISITOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM “PROMOTING TOLERANCE THROUGH THE ARTS”. STATE DEPARTMENT VISIT TO ARTIST STUDIO

27. July 2009 The International Visitors Council of Los Angeles (IVCLA) Hosted Mr. Ameet Mehta, a design professional from Mumbai, India. In Los Angeles to gain exposure to the cultural diversity of American graphic arts, arts education and design. VISIT TO ARTIST STUDIO 

28. Mr. Robb Hernandez , “VIVA: Gay and Lesbian” Cesar Chavez Dissertation Fellow, Dartmouth College 2010 DISSERTATION

29. SPARC Publications, “Great Wall of Los Angeles: Walking Tour Guide.” (Revised) 2011 TOUR GUIDE

30. JUDITH F. BACA ACADEMY NAMED BY LAUSD in South Central Los Angeles named 2011

31. See F212 Stefano Bloch, “The Illegal Face of Wall Space: Graffiti-Murals on the Sunset Boulevard Retaining Walls” Radical History Review, Issue 113 (Spring 2012) by MARHO: The Radical Historians’ Organization, Inc. University of Minnesota Department of Geography and the University of Minnesota’s Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 2012 PUBLISHED DISSERTATION

32. Edie Wells, “Reclaimed: Finding Value in the Discarded” MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts at Goddard College. 2012 THESIS/PORTFOLIO

33. Maciej J. Bartkowski, Recovering Nonviolent History: Civil Resistance in Liberation Struggles. Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, CO. 2012 BOOK COVER ART

34. February – May 2012, JUDITH F. BACA – The Great Wall Restored
 Pasadena City College Latino/Chicano Heritage Room (Curated by Reina Prado) SOLO EXHIBITION

35. January – March 2011, The Works of Judy Baca, Excavating Land and Memory Through Public Art Richmond Art Center, Richmond CA SOLO EXHIBITION

36. August 16, 2013 – January 5th 2014, Woman: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Forest Lawn Museum

37. Jan 26, 2013 – Feb 1, 2013, Back Alley
 Presented by Do Art Foundation& LA Street Art Gallery GR Works Gallery, Downtown Los Angeles, CA GROUP SHOW

38. Jan. 26,2013 to Feb. 23, 2013, Chicano Muralists in Southern California, 1968-1985: The First Generation of a Cultural Revolution Through the Camera of Elliott Robert Barkan RAFFMA (The Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art) Cal State San Bernardino, California GROUP SHOW

39. October 20, 2012 – January 2013, SPARC: Ignite & Inspire, 35 Years (SPARC Retrospective) SPARC Gallery, Venice, CA GROUP SHOW

40. April 27 – May 26, 2012, Urban Legends’ 45 Years of Public Art Around the World
LA Mart and Design Center
Presented by The Estria Foundation, LA Art Machine, Do Art Foundation, SPARC and MCLA. GROUP SHOW

41. May 3 – July 27, 2012, re:present L.A.
Vincent Price Art Museum’s Community Gallery at East Los Angeles Community College (ELAC)
curated by the graduate students of CGU’s Arts Management, Cultural Studies, and Public Policy programs. GROUP SHOW

42. March 9th, 2012, Transforming Public Art: Chicano Murals in the ‘80s
 Presented by SPARC, MCLA and La Plaza de Cultura Y Artes Museum, Los Angeles, CA GROUP SHOW

43. March 24 To April 16, 2012 Honoring Pioneers of the Farm Worker Movement Art Exhibit at the U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC. GROUP SHOW

44. January 22 – May 20, 2012, LA RAW: Abject Expressionism in Los Angeles 1945-1980: From Rico Lebrun to Paul McCarthy Pasadena Museum of California Art, Pasadena, CA
(Getty Foundation’s initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945 – 1980) GROUP EXHIBITION

45. December 15, 2011 – January 31, 2012, Lasting Legacies: Chicano/a Artes during the 60’s and 70’s La Plaza de Cultura Y Artes, Los Angeles CA GROUP EXHIBITION

46. October 16, 2011 – February 26, 2012, Mapping Another L.A.: The Chicano Art Movement Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
(Getty Foundation’s initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945 – 1980) GROUP EXHIBITION

47. October 15, 2011 – January 22, 2012, Mural Remix: Sandra De La Loza Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA GROUP EXHIBITION

48. October 1, 2011 – February 13, 2012, Under The Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981 The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles, CA
Art Talk: January 2012
(Getty Foundation’s initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945 – 1980) GROUP EXHIBITION

49. September 22, 2011 – December 9, 2011, Chican@s Collect: The Duron Family Collection UCLA Chicano Research Center Library, Los Angeles, CA. GROUP EXHIBITION

50. September 10, 2011 – October 2, 2011, Los Vets: a Tribute Avenue 50 Studio, Highland Park, CA GROUP EXHIBITION

51. September 9, 2011 – January 1, 2012, Adelante! Mexican American Artists: 1960’s and Beyond Forest Lawn Museum, Glendale, CA GROUP EXHIBITION

52. Oct. 31, 2010- January 31, 2011, The Artist’s Museum: 147 of Los Angeles’ most influential Artists The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Los Angeles, CA.Curated by Jeffery Deitch. GROUP EXHIBITION

53. September 24, 2010 – January 9, 2011, Siqueiros in Los Angeles: Censorship Defied Autry National Center, Los Angeles, California GROUP EXHIBITION

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