"Two towering metal andconcrete entrance markers greet visitors at both entrances of the East Los Angeles Civic Center. Facing the Third Street as well as the Mednik Avenue entrances, these 20’ high identical works of art eachhave nine designs representing the Center’s governmental and communityactivities. These include education, recreation, law, medicine, music, and relaxation. The gates’ metal cut-outs resemble the papel picado (perforated paper) style, atraditional Mexican artistic technique which originated in pre-Columbian Aztecsociet y." http://www.lacountyarts.org (Archive of article)
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