On Tuesday, November 6th around 80 community members passionate in learning more about California’s recycling industry attended SoCal Connected’s screening/panel discussion of “Life in Plastic: California’s Recycling Woes” at the Pasadena Public Library.
On Tuesday, October 22nd KCET partnered with USC Libraries for Lost LA “Bootlegger Tunnels: A Journey Through LA’s Prohibition Lore” with Prohibition-themed cocktails and eats at downtown L.A.’s The Edison.
On Wednesday, October 23rd, a culturally diverse audience attended a timely celebration /screening/panel of Artbound’s “Día de Los Muertos” at Self Help Graphics showcasing this Mexican heritage tradition that is so important to many Angelenos.
Witness the extraordinary wildlife and remarkable people of Earth's highest mountain range, where Tibetan monks perform ancient rituals, snow leopards prowl the mountainsides and bizarre snub-nosed monkeys survive in frozen forests.
Host Holly Holden accepts an invitation from Lady Carnarvon to visit Highclere Castle, which served as the main filming location for the beloved drama "Downton Abbey." Follow Holly on an intimate tour of the castle.
In the early post-1945 period, California served as the emblem of the American dream, the ideal of modernity and purveyor of modernism, which it broadcast to the nation and larger world. Did it manage to live up to its promise?
Exactly 25 years ago, 59% of California voters passed the “Save Our State” initiative, better known as Proposition 187, which called for throwing undocumented children out of schools and hospitals and for teachers and nurses to become de-facto immigration
"Tending Nature" shines a light on the environmental knowledge of indigenous peoples across California by exploring how the state's Native peoples have actively shaped and tended the land for millennia.
This season features six half-hour episodes showcasing a collection of short films from schools across Southern California, including, winners in the categories of Documentary, Narrative and Animation.