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Treasures of Inglewood: Public Art Tour

Take a special journey by chartered bus to view more than ten public artworks throughout the City of Inglewood on Saturday, November 10 at 11:30 – 2:30 pm.


Among the works included on the tour are “The Word” intaglio sculpture by Tom Van Sant located at the Inglewood Main Library, “On your Mark” by Lucy Blake-Elahi and youth from AbilityFirst/Harry Miers Center located at Darby Park and “Culture Fusion” by Richard Wyatt and Ricardo Duffy, located on the exterior wall of the Locust Street Parking Structure.


The tour will be guided by Inglewood Cultural Arts and community youth and begins and ends at the Inglewood Church of Religious Science, 525 N. Market Street (between Hyde Park and Hazel, one block east of La Brea), Inglewood CA 90302. Several artists will be on hand to discuss their work .


RSVP by Monday, November 5 to (310) 712-7049. The tour is funded in part by The National Endowment for the Arts, The Feitelson foundation and the City of Inglewood. Visit the Inglewood Cultural Arts website at for more information.