John Crosse's blog covers characters important to our story as they traversed the state. We have shared information for a number of years. His output is prodigious, the gold standard for us.
See a description of CHI’s photogrammetry shoot of the mural. This digital record will be a benchmark of the mural’s physical condition for future generations
This is KQED’s take on a mural tour app.
Primary assistant Emmy Lou also acted as Diego’s secretary in 1940-41 and so had an intimate perspective on work surrounding our mural. Her son, our good friend Don Cairns (the little boy in the front center of the mural), has been very supportive of our efforts.
Here is a 23 minute abridged version of the Documentary by filmmaker Bill Dierssen. The head was a 2004 gift from the state of Veracruz, Mexico. Here is a link to the Olmec head in 3-D.• The PBS History Detectives segment on Thelma Johnson Streat.
A Diego Rivera assistant on the mural, she left with Rivera’s blessing to have a show at L.A.'s Stendahl Gallery.
Julia Bergman and Will Maynez appear in the episode.
MoMA's 2011-2012 retrospective of Rivera's 1931 one-man show. He was second only to Matisse in having a solo show.
A guide to the art at City College.
A guide to information available at the College.