101 W. Irvington, is filled with murals. Back on May 4, 2010, we posted four murals on the north side of the center. When I rode by from the south on October 9th, 2011, I found 21 more (and I might have missed a couple!). I discovered them when I spotted one of the mosaic-topped arches at an entrance to the courtyard that runs between the buildings. What a mural-lovers’ Mecca!
Above is the plaque on the wall by the south entrance. Below, the southern entrance portal: the south side, then the north:
Next, let's take a walk past the first ten classrooms, from south to north. By each door is a mural with a desert plant and the name that English-speakers typically use for it. There's also a square plaque with the room number and the name of that same desert plant in Spanish. (At least, that's my guess from looking at the pattern...) I'll list the room number and Spanish name (from the plaque) next to each mural:
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