Last weekend to view Barbara Carrasco’s ‘L.A. History: A Mexican Perspective’ at @unionstationla
* Friday, 10/20 - Ticket Concourse is closed, but the mural is undraped and viewable from the vestibule (area around info desk)
* Saturday, 10/22 - Ticket Concourse is closed for a private event; the mural is draped and not viewable.
* Sunday, 10/22 - Ticket Concourse is open 9 am to 7 pm; the mural is viewable.
While you’re here (or later on) walk across to @olverastreetofficial @elpueblola
to visit America Tropical Interpretive Center, open 10 to 3, free admission. Take a few more steps to 501 Main Street and visit @laplazala
and view our #PSTLALA
which tells the story of ‘L.A. History’ and seven other #murals
that were censored, whitewashed, destroyed or ignored. Open Noon to 6 pm, #free
admission. In partnership with @californiahistoricalsociety
as part of @pstinla
Visit our Tienda and buy the Murales Rebeldes book or a poster of #barbaracarrasco
mural. Visit our other exhibits. ¡Nos vemos!