Murals of La Jolla was founded by the La Jolla Community Foundation in 2010 and is now a project of the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library. The goal of the mural project is to enhance the civic character of the community by commissioning public art projects on private property throughout La Jolla. An Advisory Committee, composed of the heads of La Jolla's major visual arts organizations, invites an international roster of artists to create new artworks, all located on private property and privately funded.
Take to the Streets: Murals of La Jolla
What this is
Self-guided tours allow you to discover design sites around San Diego and Tijuana, on your own.
When & Where
TagsDesign = Play, ConnectionDiscipline Architecture, Landscape, Urban
About the Self-guided Tour
Make a day out of it and visit as many of the Murals of La Jolla as possible through a self-guided tour, including a map and introduction to each featured artist’s work. This outdoor exhibition is installed throughout La Jolla, with artworks by Terry Allen, John Baldessari, Math Bass, Sandra Cinto, Roman de Salvo, Kota Ezawa, Raul Guerrero, Isaac Julien, Alex Katz, Roy McMakin, Beatriz Milhazes, Marcos Ramirez ERRE, Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia, and Monique van Genderen.
JOIN A GUIDED TOUR
Join fellow art enthusiasts and learn more about the artists and their artworks during a 1.5-hour guided walking tour. The tours are free and online registration is required.
"EBONY ON DRAPER AND GIRARD" BY JUNE EDMONDS
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