Ticket Giveaway: Native Voices at the Autry's 'Fairly Traceable' | KCET
Ticket Giveaway: Native Voices at the Autry's 'Fairly Traceable'
KCETLink Media Group and the Autry Museum of the American West have partnered to give away five pairs of tickets to see Native Voices at the Autry’s newest play, "Fairly Traceable." The tickets include admission to the Autry to see “California Continued,” a groundbreaking exhibition now on view at The Autry featuring video footage from KCET and Link TV’s documentary "Tending The Wild."
Set during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, "Fairly Traceable" follows the journeys of a young Ponca Man and a Chitimacha woman as they juggle personal and career ambitions with advocacy for the environment and the people they love. In this romantic dramedy, award-winning Cherokee playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle reveals the culpability of corporate polluters and climate change deniers in environmental disasters.
On Apr. 2 at 12 p.m. ET/PT, Link TV (DirecTV 374 and DISH Network 9410) will telecast a special encore airing of "Tending the Wild." The one-hour documentary special and digital series examines how necessary it is for humans to live in balance with nature and how traditional practices can inspire a new generation of Californians. Co-produced by KCETLink Media Group and the Autry Museum of the American West, this six-part web series and documentary special are presented in association with the “California Continued” exhibit which highlights the ongoing and interdependent relationships between people and the environment.
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The winner will be notified by email no later than March 23, 2017.
This giveaway is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered.
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