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Artbound: Cultural Journalism
"Artbound" explores and illuminates the cultural issues of our times, providing critical in-depth analysis of how the arts and culture affects our society. Through one-hour documentaries and an expanded digital footprint, "Artbound" investigates the role that creative industries have in shaping the future of our region and the nation.
The role of "Artbound" is not just to record, report and broadcast the cultural stories of our time and our region; our aim is to create mechanisms — be it partnerships, projects or online tools — through which audiences participate in an ongoing narrative.
69th Los Angeles Area Emmy® Awards: Best Arts Program: "Third L.A. with Christopher Hawthorne"
69th Los Angeles Area Emmy® Awards: Best Entertainment Programming: "Fallujah Opera: Art, Healing and PTSD"
Golden Mike Awards® 2017: Best Documentary
Orange County Press Club Awards 2017:1st Place for Best Arts/Culture Story or Review, “Laguna Beach in the Sixties: A Colony for the Arts”
Orange County Press Club Awards 2017: 2nd Place for Best Feature Story, "Healing Through Art: PTSD Survival Stories”
68th Los Angeles Area Emmy® Awards: Feature Segment: "The Star Apartments"
68th Los Angeles Area Emmy® Awards: Arts category: "Borderlands"
Golden Mike Awards® 2016: Best News Videography of a Feature Story, Series or Special: "Noah Purifoy's Desert Art Museum"
66th Los Angeles Area Emmy® Awards: Entertainment Programming for "Invisible Cities: An Opera For Headphones"
LA Press Club, 7th Annual National Entertainment Journalism Awards 2014: 1st Place Award for "Best Use of Social Media"
LA Press Club, 7th Annual National Entertainment Journalism Awards 2014: 1st Place Award for "Documentary or Special Program, Short" for Mexicali Rose.
LA Press Club, 6th Annual National Entertainment Journalism Awards 2013: 1st Place Award for "Documentary or Special Program, Feature" for Season 2, Episode 2.
LA Press Club, 5th Annual National Entertainment Journalism Awards 2012: 1st Place Award for "Documentary or Special Program, Short" for Date Farmers: Desert Detritus Becomes Chicano Pop Art.
63rd Annual Golden Mike Awards 2013: "Best Entertainment Reporting" for Artbound Episode 1; "Best Internet News Reporting" for Date Farmers: Desert Detritus Becomes Chicano Pop Art.
LA Weekly Web Awards 2012: "Best Arts and Culture Website"
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Arts & Culture Editor
ARTBOUND is partially funded by the James Irvine Foundation, the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the National Endowment for the Arts, Boeing, the California Arts Council, the Department of Cultural Affairs, Cal Humanities, the California Endowment, and the Library Foundation of Los Angeles.
Following a screening of “What They Had,” actor Robert Forster and writer/director Elizabeth Chomko attended a Q&A hosted by Cinema Series host Pete Hammond.
Like a blindside tackle, mental illness derailed Antonio Carrion and his dreams.
A Q&A session will immediately follow the screening with director/producer Matthew Heineman as well as host and Deadline film critic Pete Hammond.
California history, much like that of America’s, rests on the noblest of deeds, the most nefarious of acts and a sea of grey in between, all driven by the very dreams that fuel boom and bust cycles.
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