Artists Lindsay Carron (R) and Audrey Higa work together on Carron’s mural design “The Continuum of Time.” (Ringo Chiu/CSUN)

Audrey Higa, an MFA student in fine art, concentrates on the fine detail. (Ringo Chiu / CSUN)

Paint stains just go with the territory. (Ringo Chiu / CSUN)

A small roped-off area gives Carron and Riga room to work and allows people to see their progress.(Ringo Chiu / CSUN)

Students come by to take a look at the mural “The Continuum of Time.” (Ringo Chiu / CSUN)

Audrey Higa works on the fine detail. (Ringo Chiu / CSUN)

Muralist Lindsay Carron works amidst the students on the ground floor, west wing of the University Library. (Ringo Chiu / CSUN)

Muralist Lindsay Carron consults a photo while mixing paint. (Ringo Chiu / CSUN)

CSUN senior photographer Ringo Chiu spent some time this month in the University Library documenting the work on a commemorative mural by artist Lindsay Carron. Carron won the CSUN University Library’s Tataviam Mural Competition to create a work of art that depicts the history of the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians. The work, called “The Continuum of Time,” is a collaborative effort that includes Carron, Tataviam tribal leadership and the university to honor the Tataviam and the tribal land upon which the university stands. Check out the mural’s progress in this photo gallery.

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