KPARK + Pt. Fermin – July 23, 23 and August 6, 7

Saturdays 7/23 and 8/6 from 12-6pm
Sundays 7/24 and 8/7 from 12-3pm

In collaboration with Angels Gate Cultural Center, KChung Radio presents experimental, musical, and/or interactive performances and temporary one day installations at Point Fermin Park overlooking the Pacific in San Pedro.

Listen to KPARK Radio, programmed by KCHUNG on AM1610 for park visitors, in and around 0.5 miles of Point Fermin Park or stream anywhere from www.kchungradio.org.
KPARK is a full month long series of ongoing programs and performances across two CURRENT:LA park sites in the Los Angeles area, along with addition events and broadcasts, presented by KCHUNG and created for CURRENT:LA.
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Artists presenting projects at Point Fermin and Angel’s Gate Cultural Center include:

KPARK Radio Audio Artists
Margie Schnibbe, Dan Taulapapa McMullin, Crystal Z Campbell, This Link is a Virus, Hannah Green, Nathan Bockelman, Mary Anna Pomonis & Meg Madison, Christy Roberts Berkowitz

Live Performances
July 23rd
Michael Haight, Katelyn Dorroh, Christine Hudson, Juliet Johnson, Michael Beltran, She Shell, Michael Parker in conversation with Martabel Wasserman, Marshall Astor, Erich Wise
July 24th
Michael Haight, Keith Rocka Knittel, Marshall Astor, Laub Laub, mike watt, Erich Wise

August 6th
Eric Parren, Christine Hudson, Jaime Muñoz Villafaña, Josh Vasquez, Matthew Koons, Gabie Strong, Marshall Astor, Denise Johnson & Gordon Winiemko, Michael Parker, Erich Wise
August 7th
Jackie Bell Johnson, Emily Lacy, Jose Richard Aviles, Jaime Muñoz Villafaña, Edgar Fabián Frías, Soyoung Shin (SoyJoven Shin) & Anthony Bodlovic, Marshall Astor, Denise Johnson & Gordon Winiemko, Jim Ovelmen, Erich Wise

http://www.currentla.org/9-kpark-kchung/

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About KChung Radio:

KCHUNG is a community radio resource and artists’ co-operative based in Chinatown, Los Angeles. Since 2011, KCHUNG has pursued a distributed, affinity-based structure that places a premium on openness to participation. Round-the-clock broadcasts and site-specific projects implemented by more than 200 contributing members draw upon the diversity of Los Angeles’ multiple music, arts, and social justice movements. A platform for unrestricted expression candid exchange, KCHUNG transmits cultural and political discourse, music, sound, art, news, and performance through localized broadcasts in the city of Los Angeles and online to the world, expanding on the tradition of radio as an empowering creative medium.

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About Current:LA:

CURRENT:LA Water is Los Angeles’ first citywide Public Art Biennial taking place July 16 through August 14, 2016, presented by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) Public Art Division. The first presentation of the CURRENT:LA Public Art Biennial in 2016 is funded by DCA and Bloomberg Philanthropies through its Public Art Challenge initiative.

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