Grand Ave Arts: All Access
Please note that this program is in the past. For information about upcoming programs please visit thebroad.org/programs.
Spotlighting Grand Avenue's status as a vibrant world-class arts destination, the renowned cultural organizations that comprise this incomparable arts-centric stretch of Bunker Hill in downtown Los Angeles presented a broad sampling of their exceptional offerings at GRAND AVE ARTS: ALL ACCESS, a one-day free community cultural event, featuring an astounding range of compelling performances, dynamic exhibitions, fascinating behind-the-scenes tours and fun, interactive, family-friendly activities.
As part of GRAND AVE ARTS: ALL ACCESS, The Broad offered architectural tours of the museum on a first come, first served basis, plus a sound installation on The Broad’s plaza. Musician Tim Hecker’s hypnotic and ethereal sound installation “Really Eternal Music,” a multi-channel sound piece that references La Monte Young’s classic minimalist drone music from the Black Record and, in keeping with Grand Avenue itself, reflects on our city’s prolific contribution to the arts, will be playing throughout the day until 8 p.m. in the olive grove on the plaza.
Additionally, Otium restaurant offered light bites available for purchase on The Broad’s plaza.
Learn more and see other activities at www.grandavearts.tumblr.com.