A one-man show with Kenneth "Lovell" Moore - the inspiring homeless street artist known as the Crenshaw Cowboy. Lovell is widely known for his intergalactic style creations made out of trash, and his positive words of wisdom, displayed at the corner of Crenshaw Blvd. and the 10 freeway for motorists and passerby’s where he has lived for the past 10 years.
Lovell is a vet who served 4 years as a Marine, before landing in Los Angeles and working as a handyman where he put his skills and creative mind to work before finding himself living on the street. Even while homeless, his commitment to being a positive contribution to the community never failed. At 61 years old he continues to encourage people through his art sculptures to engage their “creative mind.” For more about Lovell’s story, read the links below.
Please join us for this special FREE one-day show to celebrate & support Lovell as he begins his transition off the street, and out of homelessness.
By request from fans and friends, this GOFUNDME has been set up for those who would like to contribute to Lovell's transition.
All donations & 100% of all proceeds from this event will go directly to Lovell.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13th
DOORS OPEN: 6:00PM - 10:00PM
MUSIC & CASH BAR
4502 W. Washington Blvd., LA CA 90016
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