Skid Row Artists Collective unites artists primarily from the skid row area under one banner which allows us all the opportunity to show our art, play our music, create with our hands all the beauty of our minds and spirits as one soul, one art. This Art Walk month, second Thursday of each month the collective will be showing in the Harlem Place Alley on 5th Street and inside The Exchange located at 114 W. 5th Street 90013 tale a look at how we rock. Blaze-Out
Join us with community activist General Jeff of Issues & Solutions and Andrew Ruiz of Santee Court Village as they hold their 2nd Annual Christmas For Skid Row Families Program; this show was a complete blessing to do and I do believe one of my most natural films to date. Blaze-Out
Michael Bernard Beckwith & Rickie Byars Beckwith joined hands with The Weingart Center in the skid row area with local organization such as Garments of Praise for an event called Street Lights our thanks to Agape International Choir Dr. Beckwith is the originator of the Life Visioning Process, which he teaches throughout the country along with meditation, scientific prayer, and the spiritual benefits of selfless service. He facilitates retreats, workshops and seminars. His books include: Inspirations of the Heart, Forty Day Mind Fast Soul Feast, and A Manifesto of Peace. In a personal letter to him Coretta Scott King wrote, "I greatly admire what you are doing to bring about the Beloved Community, which is certainly what my dear husband worked for and ultimately gave his life."
Coming to you from the heart of skid rows Gladys Park we bring you the annual 3 on 3 Slam Dunk Competition 2009 plus part 2 entitled Thanks Giving on The Row
This collective of varied skid row artists are having an organizing meeting at Julie Ricos hotdog shop Weeneez in preparation for the Downtown Art Walk Dec.10th on 5th Street. Blaze-Out
Join us as we interview skid row activist, owner and member of The Skid Row 3 on 3 Street Ball League, General Jeff; read team article in Los Angeles Downtown News. Blaze-Out
Parking lot day 2008 Funzone Reading Club partisipated- We Love you Lesley Taplin