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Dogs In The House

  • Skid Row History Museum and Archive 250 South Broadway Los Angeles, CA, 90012 United States (map)

Having a pet can be a great comfort if you are on the street.  In many cases, it’s also a barrier to getting off the street. Our furry friends can also be cited as reason for an eviction.  Fortunately, there are a bunch of people and organizations working to address these concerns. 

DOGS IN THE HOUSE showcases the work of organizations, My Dog is My Home, Housing Equality and Advocacy Resource Team, Downtown Dog Rescue, and Inner City Law Center, that utilize advocacy, and direct services to overcome the obstacles faced by low income and homeless pet owners. The exhibit will feature multimedia works by artist Helen Kim, photographs by Marissa de la Torre, and paintings by visual artist David Askew. Additional elements include a barkscape, sound installation, designed by Helen Kim and LAPD resident media archivist Henry Apodaca. Settle into a dog-shaped bean bag chair to view videos or listen to photo/audio collaged stories of Skid Row residents as they talk about themselves and their pets.

Read more about the event here.

Earlier Event: June 15
NYC Street Clinic