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  • New Season of KCETLink’s ARTBOUND Kicks Off May 10 With Charles Lummis Documentary Exploring the ... specials that explore the impact of Southern California arts and culture on society at large. The season debuts with “ Charles ... unavailable elsewhere in U.S. media. A viewer-supported 501(c)(3) organization, KCETLink content is distributed nationally via satellite on ...
  • ... In partnership with the Otis School of Art and Design, Artbound presents a multimedia look at the  Creative Economy with online ... talent agency UTA even announced a new division, UTA Fine Arts , to represent visual artists just as they do Hollywood film stars. ...
  • Artbound explores the arts and culture of Southern and Central California ... an inside look at art and culture across the region. Artbound is participatory journalism at its best. About ...
  • ... in "HOY SPACE: La Luz De Germs," recently profiled at Artbound , and "When You Sleep: A Survey of Shizu Saldamando ." All ... Los Angeles International Airport had its first public arts festival, "Influx: Art at LAX," which runs through December 31. It ...
  • ... be a viable solution in this contentious debate. Artbound : Sometimes it's an act of desperation, other times an act of ... . Take a look at this unusual example from our friends at " Artbound ," KCET's online and on-air series on the art and culture of ...
  • ... public art news and stories for the month of January, 2013 . [scald=74102:kl_image_original_context] It's catch-up ... "Prison Landscapes." Additional coverage can be found on Artbound . [scald=40394:kl_image_original_context ...
  • Up Front: Why is L.A. gasping for green space when there are millions of dollars available to build parks? In our investigation, Val Zavala examines the little-known Quimby law and how it may be hindering park development in L.A.

    In the Studio:

    The beauty and fantasy of Los Angeles...that never was. Curators Sam Lubell...

  • Up Front: The growing sea lion population is becoming a problem for some SoCal port town residents.

    In the Studio:

      • Current TV was recently sold to Al Jazeera, the news network based in the Middle East. Reporter Brian Stelter weighs in on what this means for news media in the U.S.

      • L.A. Weekly...

  • Artbound explores the arts and culture of Southern California through ... found traveling along the U.S.-Mexico Border. Then Artbound visits the Watts Towers to catch up on how scientists and community ...

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