Teena Apeles | KCET
Post date: 2020-03-13T11:50:45-07:00
One of the most prominent and anonymous voices in CalArts is its student graphic designers. Their experiments — alternately spectacular, unreadable, forgettable and unforgettable — now live in an archive.
Interactive: The Chicano Photographer Who Captured 40+ Years of Hollywood and Civil Rights MovementsPost date: 2019-12-17T08:24:13-08:00
The average American would not know George Rodriguez's name, though his images have been featured in magazines, newspapers, books, and even record covers seen by millions. The Vincent Price Art Museum is honoring him with his first retrospective.
Post date: 2019-07-24T09:05:57-07:00
Here’s a quick tour of some of SoCal’s aviation museums and their unique offerings.
Post date: 2019-07-24T08:04:33-07:00
The longstanding relationship between Griffith Observatory and the Los Angeles Astronomical Society enables Angelenos of all walks of life to enjoy astronomy.
Post date: 2019-07-23T10:00:44-07:00
The advent of World War II marked an aviation-industry boom in Southern California. What’s left standing in the neighborhoods we now call home after the rise of aviation giants such as Lockheed, Douglas Aircraft and Northrop may surprise you.
Post date: 2019-07-11T10:39:17-07:00
There have been numerous women on the ground who made NASA's journeys possible. The following women are just a fraction of the Asian Americans whose remarkable work continues to impact the investigation of worlds beyond our own.