Temecula unveils new student art mural celebrating Native American Heritage Month

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A temporary public art piece at Sam Hicks Monument park in Temecula celebrates Native American Heritage Month. The mural was created by Pechanga Chámmakilawish School students, led by Principal Andrew Maisel and third grade teacher, Amalika Jackson. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
TEMECULA ─ The city of Temecula, Community Services Department, Temecula Valley Unified School District and the Temecula Valley Museum announce a new Student Art Mural in Sam Hicks Monument Park, 28300 Mercedes Street. This temporary public art piece celebrates Native American Heritage Month. Temecula’s Student Art Mural Project seeks to support emerging artists by providing a space to showcase their craft. Each month, student artists are provided the opportunity to paint a mural on varying topics, facilitated by Bigfoot Graphics. This month’s theme honors Native American Heritage Month which was officially declared by United States President George H. W. Bush in 1990 for November. The mural was created by Pechanga Chámmakilawish School students, led by Principal Andrew Maisel
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