440 S. BROADWAY - mezzanine level, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Open: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 2-5 pm *Extended hours: Friday, December 18th 2 - 7pm NEW EXHIBITION: GENERAL DOGON: SCREAMING TWO WHEELERS Exhibition hours: October 3 through December 18, 2015. (Closed Thanksgiving) SRHM & A’s next visual arts exhibition features works…
LAPD will perform Red Beard/Red Beard at the Agape International Spiritual Center on March 29th, 4-6pm. Tickets cost $20 and are available through the Agape website: click here To visit the Red Beard/Red Beard project page click here
The Robert F. Kennedy Performance Project, is a series of public conversations and activities centered around the real-time, site-specific intermedia performance that recreated, on September 9th and 10th 2004, Robert Kennedy’s two-day, 200 mile “poverty tour” of southeastern Kentucky in 1968. An Appalshop project directed by John Malpede.Visit the Robert F. Kennedy Performance Project web site.
Founded in 1985 by director-performer-activist John Malpede, Los Angeles Poverty Department (LAPD) is a non-profit arts organization, the first performance group in the nation made up principally of homeless people, and the first arts program of any kind for homeless people in Los Angeles. LAPD creates performances and multidisciplinary artworks that connect the experience of people living in poverty to the social forces that shape their lives and communities. LAPD’s works express the realities, hopes, dreams and rights of people who live and work in L.A.’s Skid Row.
Skid Row History Museum & Archive
250 S. Broadway, Los Angeles CA 90012
PO Box 26190
Los Angeles, CA 90026