Temecula Valley Museum’s new Student Art Mural celebrates Native American Heritage Month

The new Student Art Mural in Sam Hicks Monument Park celebrates Native American Heritage Month. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Museum unveiled a new Student Art Mural Wednesday, Nov. 16, in Sam Hicks Monument Park, 28300 Mercedes Street. The temporary public art piece celebrates Native American Heritage Month, along with free crafts and more in the Temecula Valley Woman’s Club Art and Education Room.Temecula’s Student Art Mural Project seeks to support emerging artists by providing a space to showcase their craft. Each month, student artists have the opportunity, facilitated by Bigfoot Graphics, to paint a mural on varying topics. This mural was created by Chámmakilawish Pechanga School students, led by Principal Andrew Masiel Jr. and third grade teacher Amalika Jackson.Artist JR Ceja themed this month's mural as “Grandpa’s Wisdom” representing how cultural wisdo
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