Created By: Scripps College
Graffiti Wall was started as a record of each Scripps graduating class since 1931. Each class chooses an image to be painted by a fellow classmate and the rest of the class signs their names around it. The wall is an important part of Scripps with references to moments in history both at the college and the nation at large. The mural has been cleaned by painting conservator by Aneta Zebala, who also conserved the mural by Alfredo Ramos Martinez in the Margaret Fowler Garden.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Scripps Art Tour