Art Zone takes viewers on an immersive journey into L.A.’s vibrant arts and culture scene by profiling artists, arts nonprofits and places of cultural significance that shape our civic life. Watch it here or on the County Channel (Channel 92 or 94) on most cable systems.
Art Zone: Women’s Voices Now
In this episode: Explore the work and global impact of a nonprofit organization helping women and girls drive positive social change through documentary filmmaking, and in the process, moving people from empathy to action.
Art Zone: Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles
In this episode: Take a look back at the storied history of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles and meet one of its inspiring members. From the darkest days of the AIDS epidemic through the fight for marriage equality, the Chorus has been a steady and powerful voice for tolerance, acceptance, and change.
Art Zone: Regeneration: Black Cinema
In this episode: Take a celluloid journey into the history of American Cinema by exploring the pioneering work of Black filmmakers and the artists in front of the camera who elevated the art form. The Academy Museum’s exhibit features film montages, posters, apparel, and other memorabilia.
Art Zone: Helix Collective
In this episode: Get up close with Helix Collective, classical musicians busting out of the traditional mold. From crossover dance music to storytelling, film, television, and video game music, the Los Angeles-based ensemble takes the best of classical chamber music and makes it the life of the party.
Art Zone: Union Station
In this episode: Beneath the surface of the iconic Art Deco building and central transit hub, Union Station boasts a flourishing arts scene where performance artists celebrate a history of movement and connecting L.A.’s diverse communities.
Art Zone: Museum of Neon Art
In this episode: Take a nostalgic trip back in time to see some of Southern California’s iconic images at the Museum of Neon Art. The museum focuses on historic preservation and creative exhibition spaces for contemporary artists pushing the form of neon, electric, and kinetic art.