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Arts and Entertainment

Gronk to Create Mural Live at Fowler Depicting Ethnic Struggle

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Artist and native Angeleno Gronk (nee Glugio Nicandro) will be creating a mural live at the Fowler Museum at the end of April as part of the temporary exhibit now running called "Art, Activism, Access: 40 Years of Ethnic Studies at UCLA." Gronk's piece, per a press release, will depict "current ethnic struggles." Visitors to the Fowler during regular hours on April 21-23, and 28-30 can watch Gronk paint the mural, as well as meet the artist himself.