ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - It is a mural to bridge the gab between the past and the future.
Saturday, lead artists Faustino Villa and Roberto Reyes and Bernalillo County Commissioner Lonnie Talbert unveiled the brand new mural at the Sanchez Community Center in northwest Albuquerque.
The mural is represented by sketches of youth and elders in the community.
"This hopefully detours kids from doing graffiti which is definitely part of our culture but we don't want it to be the mischief," Reyes said. "We want to actually make a career out of this instead of being taught like criminals."
The mural was designed by youth artists from Warehouse 508, a city-funded urban arts center downtown.
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