The Stories We Tell - Public Television in Southern California
Join us Sunday, February 10 at 2 p.m. at the Mark Taper Auditorium in the Central Library
Screening and Panel: VISITING THE CENTRAL LIBRARY WITH HUELL HOWSER
With panelists: Huell Howser Producers HARRY PALLENBERG and PHIL NOYES and Cameraman LUIS FUERTE
In partnership with Chapman University, the television series featuring the beloved and iconic host Huell Howser is dedicated to preserving the culturally diverse and rich history of California.
Admittance is free and open to the public.
This lecture series is co-sponsored by Los Angeles City Historical Society and the History Department of the Richard J. Riordan Central Library. Lectures are held in the Mark Taper Auditorium, on the first floor of the Central Library, 630 W. 5th Street, Los Angeles. For ADA accommodations, call (213) 228-7430 at least 72 hours prior to event.
The library garage is located on the east side of Flower Street, just south of 5th Street. Flower Street is one-way, south. Parking is $1 from 1:00-5:00 with a library card. (Anyone arriving too early or choosing to stay in the garage past 5:00-5:15 would be charged $8.00 for the day.)
LACHS Lectures for 2019 - The Stories We Tell: Public Television In Southern California
For more than 50 years, public television has been part of the Southern California landscape, sharing important stories with our communities and connecting us not only locally, but nationally and globally as well.KCET and PBS SoCal, now united to form the Public Media Group of Southern California, continue their public media commitment to inspire, educate and foster understanding through the important stories they tell.
The 2019 lecture series will showcase some of the best of the KCET and PBS SoCal experience. We will explore the impact public television has on our community through the narratives of three acclaimed series and their creators.