RACE RELAY: A Community Dialogue About Race Relations

As a follow-up to an interactive theatrical production presented February 8 through 10, this community dialogue will offer a space for open reflection on identities, attitudes, and feelings about race, one of the defining aspects of our society and our individual lives.

RACE RELAY: A Community Dialogue About Race Relations

As a follow-up to an interactive theatrical production presented February 8 through 10, this community dialogue will offer a space for open reflection on identities, attitudes, and feelings about race, one of the defining aspects of our society and our individual lives.

RACE RELAY: A Multimedia Production about Race Relations

Combining recollections of real personal experiences and projected images from various media, this immersive theatrical experience is a vulnerable, humorous, and real look at one of the defining aspects of our society and our individual lives. Presented at CAAM by USC Visions and Voices. Performances on Feb 8, 9 and 10.

Manuel Compito & Scott Taylor: Bridging the Divide

The Skid Row History Museum and Archive and Los Angeles Poverty Department presents an exhibition of paintings by two downtown Los Angeles artists; Manuel Compito and Scott Taylor. The works in this show depict the lives of people living on the street, capturing the resilient spirit of Skid Row. On view until March 23rd.