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Henry Frison talks about his influences for murals on Vancouver Avenue DHS building

In 1978, artists Henry Frison and Isaka Shamsud-Din collaborated on the Albina Mural Project, an ambitious, three month mural display that adorned the sides of the Department of Human Services building on Alberta Street and Vancouver Avenue.


On Dec. 10, the Launch Pad Gallery will host the opening night of the provocative new exhibit "Criminales Todos" (We Are All Criminals). Sponsored by the Portland Central America Solidarity Committee, the exhibit is displaying artists from around Oregon on themes of police surveillance, border control and racial profiling in America.

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