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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.


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