A free screening of David LaChapelle’s film documentary (USA, 2005) takes place at the Auditorium of the MEG. In English with french subtitles.
During the 60’s, Martin Luther King headed the struggle for Afro-American civil rights. Thirty years later, nothing much seems to have changed. In 1992, Rodney King’s murder by the police provokes violent race riots in Los Angeles. Amidst the chaos, Tommy the Clown gives birth to dance styles like krumping that allow kids in the ‘hood to channel their physical rage into new life-affirming moves.
WHERE: Auditorium of the MEG, 65-67 boulevard Carl-Vogt, 1205 Genève.
WHEN: Sunday 18th February 2018 from 5pm-6.30pm.
FURTHER INFO: Suitable for ages 12 plus. No reservations, space limited. Click here for the MEG website.