Kevin Spicer, curator of 2005’s “The Murder of Emmett Till – Fifty Years Later” & 2010’s “The Emmett Till Project” returns to Highways with a new performance collective commemorating the life of Gil Scott Heron, who died on May 27, 2011.
Renowned performance artists Mark Broyard, V. Kali, Jason Luckett, Dale Guy Madison, J.M. Morris, Gia Scott Heron, Kevin Spicer, Pat Taylor (Jazzantiqua), Maura Townsend (Project21Dance), Pam Ward and others present performance/music/dance pieces exploring and/or interpreting the work of Gil Scott Heron.
“ALL/US/WE” opens Friday, October 7, 2011 at 8:30 pm, with an additional performance on Saturday October 8, 2011 (also at 8:30 pm). The event takes place at the Highways Performance Space and Gallery at The 18th Street Art Center, 1651 18th Street in Santa Monica, CA (1/2 block north of Olympic Blvd. on 18th Street). For reservations, call (310) 315-1459 or book tickets online at www.highwaysperformance.or