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PangeaSeed Foundation Returning to Imperial Beach for "Rock the Walls" Mural Project after Sea Walls Activation in Mexico.

Apr 18, 2018 08:50PM ● By Paul Spear
PangeaSeed Foundation Returning to Imperial Beach for "Rock the Walls" Mural Project after Sea Walls activation in Mexico. 

PangeaSeed Foundation wrapped/painted one of the largest domes in the country. Attached are a few photos for reference from Tré Packard, Founder & Executive Director | PangeaSeed Foundation.

The Imperial Beach Mural Project will Involve Imperial Beach Arts Bureau and the PangeaSeed Foundation as they will be painting various walls throughout Imperial Beach starting this next week. The PangeaSeed Foundation is currently starting work on the walls at the  Eleven at 2nd & Palm Avenue and the IB Public House on Palm Avenue near 11th St. 

We will have more announcements for more walls shortly and this Saturday there will be a bike ride with some free bikes as well as some electrical bikes and scooters provided by Lime Bike as IB City councilman Mark West leads a bike ride through the city of Imperial Beach to see some of the walls painted in the Rock the Walls Project. All Ages are welcome to join and the sheriffs will be providing traffic control similar to the 4th of July IB Bike Ride.

Here is the Link for that information: IB “Rock The Walls” MuralFestival Bike Ride Saturday, April 21st

http://www.digimperialbeach.com/2018/04/15/171273/ib-rock-the-walls-mural-festival-bike-ride-saturday-april-21st


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