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October 7, 2016–March 12, 2017
January 27–February 25
NBC Los Angeles | January 17, 2017
Los Angeles Times | December 22, 2016
NBC Los Angeles | December 14, 2016
rock nyc | December 14, 2016
KPCC | November 22, 2016
More from the Press Room
RT @Occidental: Oxy Arts director Deena Selenow is heading to @Skirball_LA Jan. 30—Feb. 4 for their inaugural Performance Lab Series https://t.co/1bMCoC8HuS
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
RT @ArtsBeatLA: Catch #ThePerformanceLab @Skirball_LA Jan 27-Feb 25 (varied perfs) #LAThtr https://t.co/AqeHVef96s… @Actorvist_keith #TheBumps @ManualCinema
May we all remain dedicated students of history and carry on the crucial conversations about… https://t.co/jIZbINB2WQ
Monday, January 16, 2017
Thank you for sharing your remarkable insights into these works! https://t.co/Cs1Ii65Ld0
Friday, January 13, 2017
RT @DamoneWilliams_: LA! Keith A. Wallace (@Actorvist_keith) is bringing his show #TheBitterGame to @Skirball_LA. Get your tickets NOW! https://t.co/oSz57pW5vU
On this day and every day, we hope that all of us remain dedicated students of history and carry on the crucial conversations about civil rights. #MLKday.
Credit: Back in 2009/10, many school groups visited the Skirball to view “Road to Freedom: Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement, 1956-1968,” organized by the @HighMuseumofArt. Featured image: James Karales, American, 1930–2002, “Marchers, Selma to Montgomery, Alabama,” 1965, Courtesy of the estate of James Karales. Photo by John Elder.