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Dear Neighbor, 

Some months ago, a prominent mural on Overland was graffitied beyond repair and unfortunately had to be painted over.  

In an effort to restore public art in the community, the Office of Councilwoman Yaroslavsky and Arts Bridging the Gap are working together to create a new large-scale mural in your neighborhood, and we want to hear from you! The mural will be located at 3215 Overland Avenue, and will stand at 20 feet high and 150 wide. Join representatives from our office and Arts Bridging the Gap to contribute to the mural’s vision and design. Here are the meeting details: January 24 at 6:30 PM at the Iman Cultural Center (3376 Motor Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90034).
About Arts Bridging the Gap:
Arts Bridging the Gap uplifts the voices, experiences, and self-expression of youth from under-resourced communities through healing arts programs. Through their work, youth develop interpersonal skills and growth mindsets that enable them to be their best selves in their community. Learn more about their work at

About the Artist: 
Amani Holbert is a visual artist, who creates works that empower women of color. She spearheaded USC’s 2020 Black History Month Legacy Project Unveiling at the Fisher Museum of Art, and her work can be seen across LA, including at WE RISE, Kipp Compton Elementary School, and Fremont High School. Amani has taught at LA’s BEST, Digital Learning Academy, and the Boys & Girls Club. She holds a BFA from Loyola Marymount University. You can check out her work on Instagram here: Instagram.
Hope to see you there!
Council District 5 Team
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