Carren Jao | KCET
Post date: 2019-05-15T12:26:10-07:00
After Pearl Harbor, nearly 120,000 people of Japanese descent were sent to relocation camps, bereft of their belongings and removed from their communities. These photos are a glimpse of the strength of spirit they found in art during those times.
Post date: 2019-04-23T05:48:09-07:00
The broken food system is a hydra-headed problem. Meet the people working to make significant change on multiple fronts.
Post date: 2019-03-25T09:48:39-07:00
“Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983" creates constellations of relationships that succeed in giving viewers a deeper appreciation of the multiple concerns of African American artists then, which still reverberate today.
Post date: 2019-03-19T09:26:49-07:00
One summer day in Griffith Park, a small line of grown men dressed in newspaper costumes clambered up a hiking trail. They were participants in artist Kenneth Tam’s social experiment, “Griffith Park Boys Camp," which re-imagines masculinity today.
Post date: 2019-03-07T09:52:52-08:00
Covering 55 miles of Coachella Valley (and even a few spots in Mexico), the art biennial Desert X can be a daunting task to view. Use this map to maximize your road trip to the desert this year.
Post date: 2019-03-01T04:10:25-08:00
Artist Paul Pescador creates a feature-length art film called “Going West or 15 Years in L.A.” It tackles his time in four of L.A.’s neighborhoods — University Park, Melrose, Highland Park and Santa Monica — and how each have morphed in the years since