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First Virtual PaleyFest LA Available to View on YouTube
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First Virtual PaleyFest LA Available to View on YouTube

The Paley Center for Media has announced that PaleyFest LA, the country’s premier television festival, is virtual for the first time and will be available for view starting Monday on the Paley Center’s YouTube channel. These programs are free to view and sponsored by Citi. The Virtual PaleyFest LA selections include: Netflix’s “Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings,” YouTube’s “Justin Bieber: Seasons,”…

‘Reawakening…to the Beauty of the West Coast’ Online Exhibition Runs Until Sept. 30
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‘Reawakening…to the Beauty of the West Coast’ Online Exhibition Runs Until Sept. 30

Art Scene West’s inaugural exhibition is “Reawakening…to the Beauty of the West Coast.” Celebrating the natural scenery and picturesque charm of the Pacific Northwest and California, the online exhibition presents original work by both local and international artists. Recognizing the nationwide impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Art Scene West will donate a portion of all proceeds to No…

Arcadia Library Hosts Virtual Screening of Film on Veterans Who Discover Healing Through Photography
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Arcadia Library Hosts Virtual Screening of Film on Veterans Who Discover Healing Through Photography

Arcadia Public Library will host an online screening of the documentary, “Visions of Warriors,” written, produced, and directed by Ming Lai and released by Humanist Films. This moving and insightful film will be available online from Monday, July 20 through Saturday, Aug. 1. Call (626) 821-4364 for the link and password for the screening and…

Digital Art Exhibition is Galvanized by Quarantine and Racial Justice
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Digital Art Exhibition is Galvanized by Quarantine and Racial Justice

A digital exhibition in response to the pandemic and our collective reconsiderations of health, security, and social structures, Mine and Yours, has launched online. The show runs till Aug. 15, 2020. “Considerate work around ideas of ownership, appropriation, belonging, and community—a fascinating group of diverse points of view,” said curator Renae Barnard. As digital platforms become…

Attend California’s First Socially Distanced Concert and Entertainment Series in L.A. Area
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Attend California’s First Socially Distanced Concert and Entertainment Series in L.A. Area

Californian’s love for cars and live entertainment gets a fresh new twist this summer in light of COVID-19, as CBF Productions presents Concerts in Your Car, California’s first socially-distanced concert and entertainment venue. The special popup style of events will take place through the end of September at the Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot. “After months being homebound,…

Virtual Film Program Connects Girls Globally as They Learn From Professionals
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Virtual Film Program Connects Girls Globally as They Learn From Professionals

Registration for three-week class now open Girls In Focus will conduct their filmmaking program using cutting edge, proprietary brand-new editing software from the U.K. by Blackbird to make films remotely and redefine traditional filmmaking. Working in small groups with A-list industry professional teachers such as writing instructor Brent Forrester — a five-time Emmy winning TV…

The Huntington to Reopen Gardens July 1
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The Huntington to Reopen Gardens July 1

The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens will reopen most of its 130 acres of gardens—with new safety measures in place—on July 1 to visitors with advance tickets (and on June 17 to Huntington members with advance tickets). During July and August, The Huntington will also be open on Tuesdays, historically a day it…

Dissecting ‘The Distance Between Us’
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Dissecting ‘The Distance Between Us’

By Destiny Torres Today, the United States accounts for the largest population of immigrants. So many different assumptions are placed on immigrants, especially those who travel from Mexico. In times like these, we must learn from the experiences of those who have immigrated to the U.S., instead of the false portrayals we may see in…

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