Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles

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Advisory Board Member
Judithe Hernandez Judithe’s career began in Los Angeles during the socially and politically turbulent 1960’s. She is regarded as a leading artist of the period and a founding member of the Chicano Art and Los Angeles Mural Movements. She is also the only female member of the influential East Los Angeles artist collective known as Los Four. After joining Los Four (1974), the group worked together for the next ten years creating public art and exhibiting as a collective. During this period they mounted no fewer than 10 major group exhibitions, created work for Chicano civil rights organizations, taught, and painted several of Los Angeles’s most historic murals. Judithe just moved back to Los Angeles from the Chicago area. Years involved 1