Join the Mid City West Neighborhood Council on Sunday, June 5, at 9 a.m. for an unveiling and dedication ceremony for a new mural at Rosewood Gardens Park.
Located at the northeast corner of Fairfax and Rosewood avenues, the park features seating and tables. At 145 square feet, Rosewood Gardens Park is among the smallest in Los Angeles.
The ceremony will recognize the artists and supporters who created the new mural. The artwork was created by an artist team from Inner City Arts. Youth artists MiaBella Chavez and Erick Rodriguez led the design and implementation of the mural and were supervised by professional artist Nina Palomba.
The mural is the second and final phase of a beautification project at Rosewood Gardens. Earlier this spring, nearly 30 community volunteers, including members of the Fairfax District business community, Los Angeles Conservation Corps and Councilman Paul Koretz, 5th District, cleaned the park and surrounding neighborhood.
The park project was supported by a grant from the Los Angeles Office of Community Beautification’s Keep L.A. Beautiful program, and donations from Koretz’s office and Hackman Capital Partners, owner of Television City.
Coffee will be provided by Cofax, 440 N. Fairfax Ave., and light refreshments will be available. For information, email email@example.com, or visit midcitywest.org.
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