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Finding Aid: Robin Dunitz California and Los Angeles Murals Files: Miscellaneous Files

Inventory

Organizations, calendars, tapes, and other miscellanies. Classification: M for Miscellany, followed by an accession number.

 M-1. African American Art in Los Angeles. 20 items

M-2. Barrio Warriors Magazine. 1 item

M-2.5 Billboard and Bus Art, Los Angeles

M-3. Church Art and Architecture. 1 item

M-4. Citywide Mural Project. 6 items

M-5. Compton Communicative Arts Academy, 1970-1974. 1 item

M-6. Fresco. 1 item

M-7. Global Mural Conferences. 16 items

M-8. Guided Imagery; Linda Hoffman. 3 items

M-9. Great Wall of Los Angeles. 8 items

M-10. ILWU Mural/Sculpture San Francisco. 4 items

M-11. Inner City Mural Program, 1973-1974. 1 item

M-12. International Community Artists Planning Conference. 5 items

M-13. Jewish Murals. 6 items

M-14. Los Angeles City Historical Society. 42 items

M-15. Los Angeles Conservancy. 71 items

M-16. Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department. 16 items

M-17. Legal Issues Regarding Murals. 1 item

M-18. Media Projects About Murals. 13 items

M-19. Metro-Rail Art Program. 131 items

M-20. Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles Meeting Minutes. 15 packets

M-21. Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles Newsletter. 48 items

M-22. Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles Mural Conservation. 25 items

M-23. Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles General Information. 15 items

M-24. Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles workshop; Fairfax High, 1991. 40 items

M-25. Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles map and guides. 6 items

M-26. Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles; tours. 58 items

M-27. Murals policy, City of Los Angeles. 3 items

M-28. National New Deal Preservation Association. 12 items

M-29. National Society of Mural Painters. 1 item

M-30. New Deal murals in California; articles, etc. 18 items

M-31. New Deal, California Exhibit; De Saisset gallery, 1976. 2 items

M-32. Olympic Murals, 1984. 15 items

M-33. School Murals. 63 items

M-34. Southern California Library for Social Research. 24 items

M-35. Social and Public Art Resource Center. Mural Maintenance and Inventory Program, November 16, 1993. 10 items

M-36. Social and Public Art Resource Center. Mural inventory. 45 items

M-37. SPARC Plug. 8 items

M-38. Great Walls Unlimited: Neighborhood Pride. 28 items

M-38. Social and Public Art Resource Center, tours. 22 items

M-39. Social and Public Art Resource Center, general information. 16 items

M-40. Social and Public Art Resource Center, exhibits. 16 items

M-41. Spraycan artists. 23 items

M-42. Street Gallery Testimonials. 16 items

M-43. L.A. Theater Murals; notes. 20 items

M-44. Walls of Heritage, Walls of Pride Exhibit at CSU Dominguez Hills, Feb 2002. 16 items

M-45. Walls of Pride: African American Murals of South L.A. and Beyond, June-July 2001. 12 items

M-46. Women artists. 1 item

M-47. World Cup Soccer, Los Angeles, 1994. 3 items

M-48. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Made in California. 74 items

M-49. Getty Research Institute. 2 items

M-50. California Readers. 1 item

M-51. Home Savings. 2 items

M-52. Crewest Gallery. 1 item

M-53. Graffiti Art. 75 items

M-54. Winnipeg International Mural Festival and Symposium, 2007. 1 item

M-55. Albina Mural Project, Oregon. 1 item

In addition, the Dunitz archive includes the following items:

  • Fifteen video recordings in various formats
  • Thirty nine audio recordings in various formats of interviews with mural artists
  • Eight annual calendars with mural-related themes
  • An issue of ArtWeek devoted to California muralists, April 9, 1992, volume 23, number 13
  • The 2002 Annual Report of the California Community Foundation
  • New Deal Art: California. Catalog of the De Saisset Art Gallery and Museum, 1976
  • An issue of Public Art Review, Spring-Summer 2001, volume 12, Number 2, Issue 24
  • Two copies of a listing of Historic-Cultural Monuments from the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department
  • Two different issues of the Los Angeles Cultural Kalidoscope; African American Edition: A Guide to Sightseeing, Museums, Tours, Restaurants,Events and Convetion Services, published by the Los Angeles Convetion and Visitors Bureau (1993 and 1995)
  • Los Angeles Cultural Kaleidoscope: Asian & Pacific Islander Edition: A Guide to Sightseeing, Museums, Tours, Restaurants, Events and Convetion Services, published by the Los Angeles Convetion and Visitors Bureau (1993)
  • Los Angeles Cultural Kaleidoscope: Latin American Edition: A Guide to Sightseeing, Museums, Tours, Restaurants, Events and Convetion Services, published by the Los Angeles Convetion and Visitors Bureau (1994)
  • Two issues of High Performance: Contemporary Issues in Art Community and Culture (#60, Winter 1992 and #64, Winter 1993)
  • One issue of Art Issues, March/April 1995, Number 37
  • One spiral bound reader on Chicano Art (Victor Ochoa, 1996-97)
  • One copy of a dissertation by Pauline Alpert Stein, UCLA, 1984. A Vision of El Dorado: The Southern California New Deal Art Program
  • One copy of a dissertation by Ricardo Rico Organista, UCLA, 1983. The Chicano Mural: Its Analysis and Use for Increasing Cultural Awareness Among Educators.
  • One copy of The Malibu Story, published by the Malibu Lagoon Museum, Malibu, CA, 1985.
  • One copy of Bullocks Wilshire by Margaret Leslie Davis, Balcony Press, Los Angeles, 1996.
  • Two folders of articles on California and American murals.