University of California, Los Angeles
Full Professor VII, Faculty Member, Cesar E. Chavez Center, 1996 – present
World Arts & Culture Department, 2002 – present
Vice-Chair, Cesar E. Chavez Center, 1996 – 1998
California State University, Monterey Bay
Full Professor, and one of 13 Founding/Planner Faculty Members, 1994-1996
Designed and provided oversight for conversion of Military Tank Buildings into mural studios.
Developed the Visual and Public Art Program currently implemented at CSUMB, 1994
University of California, Irvine
Professor Studio Arts Department, 1981-1994
Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC)
Artistic Director, 1981-present Artistic Director/Initiator of Neighborhood Pride Great Walls Unlimited Mural Program, 1988 – 2003 Model citywide program for integrating 95 artists and the community; responsible for the production of over 105 murals citywide. Three Year Mural Training Program : Fipse Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education/ U.S. Department of Education, 1984-1987 (Conducted with 5 art schools and universities at SPARC) Muralist/Director “Great Wall of Los Angeles`” summers of 1976, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1/2 Mile long mural Developed participatory public monument and public education project on ethnic history of the United States focusing on California, incorporating over 400 youth, 100 scholars, and 100 artist assistants. Founder/Executive Director of SPARC, a leading Los Angeles community based arts organization since 1976
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
Mario F. Vasquez, Cinco de Mayo Leadership Award, May 2012
Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFLCIO
Recognized for exceptional leadership skills that encourage future generations of Latino labor activists.
Los Angeles C.A.
Urban Legend Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, April 2012
LA Mart Design Center, Source Galleries
Los Angeles C.A.
AAHHE (American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education), March 2011
Outstanding Latino/a forthcoming Award Ceremony
Cultural Award in the Fine and Performing Arts.
National Award in Public Art, June 2010
presented by Americans for the Arts and the Public Art Network.
InnerCity Struggle “Elizabeth “Betita” Martinez Activist Scholar Award”, October 2009
6th Annual Awards Dinner and Celebration “15 Years of Community Organizing in the Eastside.”
The Center at Cathedral Plaza in Downtown
Los Angeles, CA
Judy Chicago’s “Through the Flower” Feminist Pioneer Award, September, 2009
Recognized for contributions to feminist art movement. Through the Flower is one of the ten Founding Program Partners of The Feminist Art Project housed at Rutgers University
Champions of Change Award, May 2009
Corky Gonzalez’s Escuela Tlatelolco Centro de Estudios
White House Visit, May 2009
Invited to the White House for Arts, Community, Social Justice and National Recovery Briefing
CA Senator Jenny Oropeza Selection for Artist of Distinction Award, April 2009
UCLA Chancellor Visit, March 2009
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block visit to the UCLA/SPARC Cesar Chavez Digital Mural Lab
Self Help Graphics Master Artist Series, 2008
“Absolutely Chicana” Print Series produced by Judith F. Baca.
Los Angeles, CA
Cesar E. Chavez Monument “Arch of Dignity, Equality and Justice,” September 2008
Monument dedication of San Jose State University
San Jose, CA
Walt Disney Concert Hall – Mexico City’s Philharmonic Orchestra, 2008
Designed the visual presentation for Disney Hall on Los Angeles Murals and America Tropical and Collaborated with two UCLA Professors: Jose Luis Valenzuela for the premiere of composer UCLA Prof. Steve Loza’s piece inspired by David Alfaro Siqueiros “America Tropical.”
Los Angeles, CA
UCLA Latino Alumni Association “Madrina Award,” October 2007
Los Angeles, CA
The Brian P. Copenhaver Award, Innovation in Teaching with Technology, May 2007
College of Letters and Science, UCLA
Distinguished Alumni Awards, May 2007
California State University, Northridge Alumni Association
KCET “Women’s History Month,” March 23, 2006
Los Angeles, CA Awarded the 2006 Local Hero of the Year.
Commission for Arts and Culture, Winter 2004
San Diego, CA
Finalist, Martin Luther King Monument
Hispanic Business Magazine, October 2005 Issue
Featured as one of the “100 Most Influential Hispanics”
City of Baldwin Park, May-July 2005
Victory for the retention of the 13 year old Baldwin Park Monument, attacked by Save Our State. City council proclamation for retention of the monument.
Antioch University, 2004
Los Angeles, CA
Scholarship established with Antioch University in honor of Judith F. Baca.
Featured in May 24th issue of People Magazine, 2004
“Back to the Wall, Artist Judith F. Baca“
San Jose State University, 2003
San Jose, California
Winner of the Cesar E. Chavez Memorial Art Project
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 2003
New York, New York
Fellowship Term, September 1, 2003 – June 30, 2004
Medal of Honor given by Veteran Feminists of America, 2003
New York, New York
Honored for work to advance feminist ideals as a pioneering women artist between 1966-1980. Additionally included in invitational exhibit of honorary artists at The National Arts Club.
Latino Museum of Art, 2003
Los Angeles, California
Major artwork acquisition for the museum’s permanent collection of Latino art.
Recognition for “Hijas de Juarez” Exhibition, 2002
Certificate of Recognition presented by Nick Pacheco, Councilmember 14th Dist., L.A., CA.
Certificate of Commendation, 2002
Presented by Alex Padilla, Councilmember 7th District, Los Angeles, CA., upon being honored as Community Public Art Director at the SPARC dedication ceremony.
Commission on the Status of Women, 2002
Award recipient of the County of Santa Clara’s Commission on the Status of Women’s Award for Outstanding Female Role Model for 2002, given each year to women making a positive difference in the quality of life for many.
Hispanic Heritage Award as Educator of the Year, 2001
Hispanic Heritage Foundation: Award recipient at nationally televised ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.
Nominated by the National Association of Latino Elected Officials and elected by national Latino organizations through a national election.
Liberty Hill Foundation, 2001
Creative Vision Award recipient at annual Upton Sinclair Dinner in Los Angeles, CA.
Additional recipients included Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon.
Certificate of Tribute, 2001
Presented by Alex Padilla, Councilmember 7th District, Los Angeles, CA, upon receiving the Creative Vision Award at the Annual Upton Sinclair Dinner Anniversary Celebration.
First Lady Luncheon, 2001
Invited by First Lady Laura Bush to White House luncheon on the occasion of the visit of First Lady Marta Fox to view the Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Chicago, IL.
Precita Eyes Muralists Assoc., Inc., 2001
Awarded the Master Muralist Award at 11th Annual SF/Bay Area Mural Awareness Month Awards, selected by community muralists of the San Francisco area.
California Community Foundation, 2001
Selected as one of 85 Unsung Heroes of nonprofit community and featured in the Foundation’s annual report.
Women’s Museum, 2000
Honored in “Unforgettable Women” exhibition in museum in association with the Smithsonian Institute along with Dolores Huerta and others.
National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institute, 1998
Major artwork acquisition: “Las Tres Marias” by museum for a national traveling exhibition and for the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.
Women’s Caucus for Art, 1998
Recipient of the Influential Woman Artist Award, awarded at Annual National Conference in Los Angeles, CA.
Mount St. Mary’s College, 1998
Recipient of 3rd Annual Cultural Fluency Award.
National Hispanic Magazine, 1997
Lifetime Achievement Award.Bilingual Foundation for the Arts, 1997
Artist of the Year “Annual Angel Award.”
Certificates of Appreciation, 1996
Awarded by City Council member Ruth Galanter and California State Senator Ralph C. Dills in honor of the Social and Public Art Resource Center’s 20th year.
Women for Success Award, 1996
Awarded by Hispanic Women’s Council Incorporated
Los Angeles Business Council Design Award, 1995
Awarded for the Baldwin Park Commuter Rail Design.
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Orange County, 1994
Certificate of Recognition awarded for outstanding efforts toward the enrichment of the Orange County Hispanic Community.
Governor Pete Wilson, 1993
Letter of Recognition.
California State Senate, 1993
Certificate of Recognition awarded for Outstanding Contributions to the Latino Community.
California Legislature Assembly, 1993
Certificate of Recognition.
Los Angeles Mayor Richard J. Riordan, 1993
Letter of Recognition.
Los Angeles City Councilman Mike Hernandez, 1993
Certificate of Commendation.
Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, 1993
Certificate of Commendation awarded in recognition of dedicated services to the community.
County of Orange Supervisors, 1993
Certificate of Recognition.
Northern Trust Bank, 1993
Hispanic Excellence Award.
National Association of Chicano Studies, 1993
Certificate of Distinguished Recognition.
Hispanic Business Magazine, 1991
Awarded “One of Americas 100 Most Influential Hispanics.”
Mexican American Bar Association, 1990
Recognition for Achievement in the Arts.
Korean Daily News, 1990
Certificate of Appreciation for work within the Korean Community.
Educator of the Year, 1988
Awarded by the National Association of Art Educators.
Outstanding Latina Visual Artist, 1987
Awarded by the Commission Feminil de Los Angeles.
Certificate of Appreciation, 1987
Awarded by Los Angeles County Supervisor Edmund Edelman.
Award of Appreciation, 1987
Awarded by the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Commission.
Presidential Award for Private Sector Initiative, 1987
Awarded by Ronald Reagan to sponsors & participants of “The Street Speaks” mural in SkidRow.
Mayor’s Certificate of Appreciation, 1987
Awarded by Mayor Tom Bradley of Los Angeles.
Outstanding Woman of Color Award, 1987
Awarded by National Association of Women of Color, Washington, D.C.
Arts Award Hispanic Women, 1986
Awarded by the City of San Francisco.
Labor Award of Honor for Community Service in the Arts, 1986
Awarded by the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO.
Hispanic Recognition Award in Visual Arts, 1983
Awarded by Los Angeles Recognition Committee.
Certificate of Dedicated Service, 1980
Awarded by Councilman Ernani Bernardi and the City of Los Angeles.
Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Aesthetic and Social Achievement, 1980
Awarded by Colonel Gwynn Teague, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers.
Woman’s Achievement Award, 1979
East Los Angeles Community Union Commendation, Commendation by Mayor Tom Bradley, Senator Alan Sieroty, Senator S.I. Hayakawa. Certificate of Recognition from Assemblymen Paul Priolo, and Lou Consanovich.
Achievement Award, 1978
Awarded by Assemblymen Richard Alatorre and Art Torres.
Awarded by Mayor Tom Bradley of the City of Los Angeles.
Certificate of Achievement, 1978
Awarded by Los Angeles County Supervisors Mike Antonovitch and Ed Edelman.
Mayor’s Award for Personal Achievement, 1978
Awarded by Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley
AWARDED COMMISSIONS: (Works in Progress)
2010 Richmond, CA Digital Mural Project – “The Extraordinary Ordinary People”
Design of a 60ft Digital Mural for Richmond Civic Center.
2005 The Dr. Martin Luther King Monument for the City of San Diego
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.
1986 – present “World Wall: A Vision of the Future Without Fear”
Internationally traveling installation mural, comprised of eight 10 ft. x 30 ft. portable mural panels on canvas. 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.
1976 – present “The Great Wall of Los Angeles” Restoration and Extension of the “Green Bridge” An interpretive bridge for the Great Wall of Los Angeles.
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. Consolidation and aesthetic recovery carried out with artist team led by Judith F. Baca summer 2005. 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.
2004 Bank of America, Bell Gardens Digital Mural Project
2003 East LA Civic Center and Rose Garden
Selected artist for an Abuelitas rose garden 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) throughout the garden.
2003 Avenida Cesar Chavez Beautification Project
Located in the 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.
AWARDED COMMISSIONS: (Completed)
2012 Miguel Contreras Learning Complex- “Gente del Maiz”
18ft x 33ft Digital Mural sponsored by the Miguel Contreras Foundation, will be 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. The UCLA students’ assignment was to create a mural in a 20 week period that commemorates the legacy of labor leader Miguel Contreras while visually representing the issues affecting the students of the Center, who come from the local area.
2011 Great Wall of Los Angeles Mural: complete restoration summer 2011
2006-10 Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Ambassador Hotel Commission
“Tiny Ripples of Hope,” & “Seeing Through Others Eyes,” Two 12’x55’ mural on metallic substrate for the New Robert F. Kennedy Learning Center Library at the Ambassador Hotel, located on Wilshire Blvd at mid-city, now converted into the new RFK LEARNING CENTER for K-12. The school’s media center, formerly the ballroom, is the sight of Judy Baca’s latest work: a two-mural memorial to RFK, a Senator who was revered as a leader of the ideals of hope and compassion and an advocate for the equality of all people. Commissioned by Kennedy Commission and LAUSD.
2010 Ataco, El Salvador – Invited by the US Embassy to serve as a cultural ambassador
and bring members of the SPARC Team to help produce murals in the town of Ataco.
2007 Completed 2009, Dallas Latino Cultural Center, Mural Commission
“Danza de La Tierra” 10’ x 15’ Acrylic on canvas, Dallas, Texas.
2004-08 The Cesar Chavez Monument Plaza at San Jose State University
Unveiling and Dedication September 2008
25ft Arch containing six digital murals, plaza with mosaic tiles, and six ‘metate’ benches. Began production in 2005. Sponsored by San Jose State University Art Committee.
2005-06 Great Wall of Los Angeles Mural restoration summer 2005 and 2006
2004 50th Anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott Digital Mural
Produced in 4 cities; To be installed at schools in Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Washington D.C.
2003 San Jose State University, Cesar E. Chavez Memorial Art Project.
Selected as finalist for production of a Cesar Chavez memorial monument.
2003-04 Hitting the Wall: Women in the Marathon /Restoration
100Ft x 25ft work originally commissioned by the Olympic Organizing Committee for the 110 freeway 4th street exit during the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. Selected by a committee of artists and public art specialists for preservation, Spring 2005. Five-month recovery led by Judith F. Baca and artist team.
2003 Central American Resource Center (CARECEN): “Migration of the Golden People”
Digital Mural 37ft x 14ft digital mural on the migration of Central Americans to Los Angeles’ Pico Union district located at CARECEN on Hoover and 7th St. Created as one of the final Neighborhood Pride Murals in collaboration with SPARC and participants from the Central American community including youth, scholars, and their families.
2001 – 2003 Digital Tile murals on the Venice Boardwalk
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.
2002 Durango Mural Project: “Recollections”
20ft x 30 ft Commissioned 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.
2000 “La Memoria De Nuestra Tierra: Colorado” (The Memory of Our Land)
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.
1999 L.A. Opera Project: “Corazon”
Commission to produce a backdrop for the Los Angeles Opera productions for Los Angeles city school performances.
1998 “Local 11”
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.
1997 Center Theater Group: Mark Taper Forum and Ahmanson Theater
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.
1996 “La Memoria de Nuestra Tierra: California”
10ft x 30ft acrylic on canvas maroflouge application at the University of Southern California for the Norman Topping Student Center. Depicts the history of Chicanos in California.
1995 “Make a You Turn”
12ft x 25ft Department of Health Services project Murals Against Tobacco Project Ten selected 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. Reproduced on billboards citywide.
1994 “Raspados Mojados”
Mixed media on a street vendor cart. Utilizing the street vendor cart as a medium, the work addresses current immigration issues and the misrepresentation 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.
1993 “Pancho Trinity”
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.”
1994 “Danzas Indigenas” (Indigenous Dances)
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.
1993 “Ofrenda to the Domestic Worker” (Homenaje a la Trabajadora Domestica)
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.
1992 “From Pieces of Stardust”
8ft x 50ft mural, acrylic on canvas, maroflouge application for the 15th floor lobby of the new 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.
1990 “Guadalupe Mural Project”
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.
1992 “The Gift of Creativity”
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.
1986 “The Street Speaks”
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. Sponsored by the Corporate Volunteer Corps, Las Familias de Pueblo and RKO.
1985 “Be Skeptical of the Spectacle” and “Respect your Perspective”
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. Sponsored by Pacific Outdoor Advertising Company.
1984 “Hitting the Wall: Women in the Marathon”
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.
1981 “History of Unitarianism”
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.
1981 “When God was a Woman”
8ft x 14ft acrylic on wood. A portable mural panel exploring the female gods of the “Third World.” Currenty on long term display at SPARC.
1979 “Uprising of the Mujeres”
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.
1977 “History of Highland Park”
25ft x 200ft. acrylic on cement. Mural located on the Highland Park Pacific Telephone Building. Sponsored by Pacific Bell.
1976 “Las Tres Marias”
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.
1975 “Evolution of a Gang Member”
8ft x 186ft. Acrylic on cement. Mural located at Sunset Boulevard and Coronado Street in Echo Park. Sponsored by the Citywide Mural Program, City of Los Angeles.
8ft x 50ft. acrylic on cement Located at Plummer Street Children’s School in San Fernando. Sponsored by the Los Angeles Board of Education.
1974 “Local History”
8ft x 400ft. Acrylic on cement Located at the Little Sisters of the Poor Convalescent Home. Sponsored by the Model Cities Program, City of Los Angeles.
1974 “Female Dragon”
8ft x 12ft. Acrylic on cement. Located at the Frontera State Penitentiary Library for Women. Sponsored by California Institute for Women and painted during the course of a six-month workshop conducted for women prisoners.
1973 “Medusa Head”
36ft x 36ft. Acrylic on wooden doors and cement. Located at the Wabash Recreation Center Boyle Heights. Sponsored by the local community and the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.
1972 “History of Venice”
Thirty-six panels, 15 ft. x 9 ft., and two panels, 30 ft. x 60 ft.. Sponsored by the Venice Community and the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.
Four panels, 8ft x 9ft. Acrylic on wooden panels. Costello Recreation Center East Los Angeles. Sponsored by the East Los Angeles local community and Summer Programs, City of Los Angeles.
1970 “Mi Abuelita”
20 ft. x 35 ft. Acrylic on cement. Located in Hollenbeck Park band shell. Sponsored by the local community and Summer Programs, City of Los Angeles.
5 ft. x 35 ft. Interior walls of the Art department. Located at Alemany High School, San Fernando, California. Sponsored by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.