21 Jun Temple Street Slow Jams
A Creative Call to Action for Safer Streets!
Join neighbors, artists, community groups, and Temple Street Slow Jams Project Partners Gabba Gallery, Los Angeles Walks, Pilipino Workers Center (PWC) and Public Matters as we transform Temple Street from a high-speed roadway into a spectacular stretch of bold, beautiful art, and public performance. Temple Street Slow Jams is part of the City of Los Angeles’ Vision Zero Initiative to eliminate traffic deaths by 2025.
Looking to get down to slow down? You can get involved at every Slow Jam by joining a participatory performance, wearing yellow or a creative costume, convening at our community conversation tables, or signing up as a volunteer. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
// Schedule of Events //
Slow Jam #2 // Wednesday, June 21st
Where: The Park’s Finest BBQ, 1267 W Temple St.
When: Afternoon + Evening (Exact time TBD)
Street Artist Spotlight: Jason Ostro, Founder, Director + Curator of Gabba Gallery
Slow Jam #3 // Thursday, June 22nd
Where: 3021 W Temple St.
When: Daytime (Exact time TBD)
Street Artist Spotlight: Max Neutra Art
THE MOTHER OF ALL SLOW JAMS // Saturday, June 24th
Where: Slow Jam Sites 1-4! All Sites Lives! Temple St between Virgil and Beaudry in Historic Filipinotown and Echo Park
When: 10:00AM to 2:00PM
What: Walking, Biking, and Jeepney Tours, Participatory Crosswalk Choreography, the Best of Local Food, Community Conversation, Murals in the Making, and Street Spectacles!
What to wear: Yellow! Or any other bright color or costume to show your support for Temple Street safety!
As part of the Vision Zero Los Angeles Initiative, a commitment by Mayor Eric Garcetti to eliminate all traffic deaths by 2025, this community education project is produced in partnership by Public Matters, Gabba Gallery, Los Angeles Walks, Pilipino Workers Center (PWC) and Community Arts Resources and made possible with support from the LADOT Official through funding from the California Office of Traffic Safety, City of Los Angeles, and Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, with the support of Community Partners.