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WIDE OPEN WALLS MURAL FESTIVAL BRINGS LOCALS TOGETHER WITH BIG NAMES

Cassie Dickman, The Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, CA 

JULY 13, 2018

His mural will be in Oak Part at 34th Street and Third Avenue, Brown said, on the wall of a building where he once attended College Track, a nonprofit that provides low-income and underserved youths with guidance and support to help them graduate with a four-year degree. He has also been working for the organization since 2015.

Read more here: https://www.sacbee.com/entertainment/arts-culture/article214837435.html 


INTERVIEW: AIZIK “AIK” BROWN, WIDE OPEN WALLS MURALIST

Ruben Moody, Valley Visions Community Inspired Solutions, Oak Park, Sacramento, CA 

AUGUST 23, 2018

Aizik “Aik” Brown proudly describes himself as an Artist and Educator committed to improving the lives of those around him, particularly in Oak Park. Over the past two weeks, Valley Vision has been fortunate enough to have Aizik paint a stunning mural on the outside wall of our new office building as part of Sacramento’s Wide Open Walls mural festival, in partnership with St. HOPE.

Read more here: https://valleyvision.org/interview-aizik-aik-brown-wide-open-walls-muralist/ 

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YOUNG LIVES TAKEN TOO SOON HONORED IN OAK PARK MURAL

Frances Wang, ABC 10, Sacramento, CA

SEPTEMBER 9, 2018

At first glance, you see skulls and art associated with Dia de Los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead. Artist Aizik Brown chose this theme because he is part Black but also Mexican. Brown is from North Sacramento, but as a Sacramento High School grad and Student Life Coordinator for College Track, he feels very much part of the Oak Park community.

https://www.abc10.com/article/news/local/young-lives-taken-too-soon-honored-in-oak-park-mural/103-591727855