San Diego Automotive Museum Murals Ribbon Cutting

Murals Design

San Diego Automotive Museum Murals Ribbon Cutting

1935-1936 Exposition California State Building


Automotive Museum Murals
About the project:
The Committee of One Hundred will bring back the long-missing murals that originally graced the entrance to this building. Full-size, temporary murals, each 18 ft high by 8 ft wide, are mounted above the entrance as the first step in restoration of this building, built as the California State Building for the 1935 California Pacific International Exposition. This will kick off a fund-raising campaign to recreate these murals in permanent ceramic tile.
To donate to the project and to learn more about the Committee of One Hundred, go here.

Thanks to all who could join us at the ribbon cutting ceremony kicking off the project, including Councilman Chris Ward, County Supervisor Ron Roberts, and especially to Mike Kelly of the Committee of One Hundred for his tireless efforts on behalf of the project.

See more pictures of the murals and the ceremony below.

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