"El Corrido de Glendale, Arizona," mural presents a 100-year timeline of Glendale history in a work of art full of symbolism. The 6' x 16' mural (330 tiles) includes a mariachi figure in front of a landscape featuring area agriculture, the iconic Sugar Beet Factory, Native American pottery, Glendale High School and the University of Phoenix Stadium, along with some other historical significance such as the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and Sahuaro Ranch Park. The mural project was part of Artwerks, a city program that is pairing business owners with local artists to enhance Glendale's redevelopment of the Centerline District along the Glendale Avenue corridor. The beautifully painted mural was installed December 2011, on the south wall of Bitzee Mama's Restaurant, 7023 N. 58th Avenue.
Las Artes art director Martin Moreno, art coordinator Diana Calderon, a few community members and several students and graduates of Las Artes de Maricopa painted the mural.