Chagall Returns to Venice Beach I MCLA
About $400,000 will be used for the upkeep and preservation of murals deemed “historically significant” by the city.
Another $300,000 will be evenly distributed to each of the city’s 15 council districts to use toward creating new murals or other mural-related activities.
The remaining $50,000 will cover administrative costs, according to Tony Arranaga of City Councilman Mitch O’Farrell’s office. O’Farrell chairs the Arts, Parks, Health, Aging and River Committee.
One mural on the To-Save list is Christina Schlesinger’s “Chagall Returns to Venice Beach" in Venice.
CIty Council Approves Funds for Mural Preservation [view]