The acclaimed documentary “Street Muse: Kenya” will screen, for the first time ever in Los Angeles, at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 21 in the Fowler Museum’s Lenart Auditorium.
Written and directed by Meryl O'Connor, the documentary chronicles a cultural outreach project using music to bridge social and political gaps between cultures by following the story of Gull, an American street musician, as he travels through the villages of Kenya, exploring and sharing American street music and culture.
Admission is free and after the screening O’Connor and Gull will participate in a talkback with the audience.
Parking is available in campus lot 5, which is accessible from Sunset Boulevard at Royce Drive. The parking lot will be staffed for the duration of the event for your convenience. Parking is $12 flat-fee and cash only.