The “Street Art Mural Jam” invites local and regional artists to paint a portion of the Sacramento Bee’s parking structure before its topped with some 270 apartments. The art will be visible from Oct. 21 event until the structure’s facade is removed later this year.
The “Street Art Mural Jam” invites local and regional artists to paint a portion of the Sacramento Bee’s parking structure before its topped with some 270 apartments. The art will be visible from Oct. 21 event until the structure’s facade is removed later this year. Ed Fletcher Ed Fletcher
The “Street Art Mural Jam” invites local and regional artists to paint a portion of the Sacramento Bee’s parking structure before its topped with some 270 apartments. The art will be visible from Oct. 21 event until the structure’s facade is removed later this year. Ed Fletcher Ed Fletcher

Bee parking garage to become temporary art canvas

October 09, 2017 5:58 PM

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