Filed under: Video | Tags: artcore, east west players, form follow function, joel quizon, kcet, little tokyo, maya santos, rani de leon, traces, tuesday night cafe, union center for the arts, Visual Communications
TRACES explores the history of places through stories told by the people who were there. It takes a deeper look into places in Los Angeles, exploring the stories of what they were then to what they are now.
The latest episode, Union, gives a glimpse into the Union Center For The Arts in Little Tokyo. Formerly a Japanese American Church built in 1922 and now the home to East West Players, ArtCore, Visual Communications, & Tuesday Night Cafe’s open mics, the Union Center For The Arts has served as a spiritual & artistic sanctuary for many generations.
Directed by Maya Santos and Joel Quizon
Edited by Maya Santos
Sound and Original Score by Rani de Leon