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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Historical Art Is Brought Back to Life

Standouts from the Chicago Public Schools Mural Preservation Project. More to this story.
 
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Produced by Sara Bernard.
Photography courtesy of the Chicago Conservation Center.
©2009 The George Lucas Educational Foundation. All rights reserved.

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I just looked through the Art and Soul issue of edutopia. As an artist I was vary interested in the restoration of the Chicago murals and enjoyed the article very much. But-I have a question. It looks to me that the Rudolph Weisenborn mural on page 31 is upside down. If it is I find that most disturbing. It says to me that who ever placed this image didn't even look at it.
Dona Blakely

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