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Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. recordings, 2008-2012

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Series I. Getty Foundation funded Pacific Standard Time oral histories, 2008-2012
18th Street Arts Center, 2011-2012
American Museum of Ceramic Art: "Common Ground: Ceramics in Southern California 1945-1975," 2009-2010
Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center: "Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960-1980," 2008-2010
Armory Center for the Arts: "Speaking in Tongues: The Art of Wallace Berman and Robert Heinecken, 1961-1976," 2009-2010
California African American Museum: "Places of Validation, Art and Progression," circa 2011
California Institute of the Arts: "The Experimental Impulse," 2011-2012
City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department: "Civic Virtue: The Impact of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery and the Watts Towers Arts Center," 2010
Huntington Library, Museum, and Botanic Gardens: "The House that Sam Built: Sam Maloof and Art in the Pomona Valley, 1945-1985," mid 1990s, 2011
Japanese American National Museum: "Drawing the Line: Japanese American Art, Design & Activism in Post-War Los Angeles," 2011-2012
Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions: "Los Angeles Goes Live: Performance Art in Southern California 1970-1983," 2009-2011
Los Angeles County Museum of Art: "California Design, 1930-1965: 'Living in a Modern Way,'" 2011
Los Angeles Filmforum: "Alternative Projections: Experimental Film in Los Angeles 1945-1980," 2009-2010
Orange County Museum of Art: "State of Mind: New California Art circa 1970," 2009-2011
Otis College of Art and Design: "Doin' It in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman's Building (1973-1991)," 2009-2012
Pomona College Museum of Art: "It Happened at Pomona: Art at the Edge of Los Angeles, 1969-1973," 2008-2010
Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery: "Clay's Tectonic Shift: John Mason, Ken Price, Peter Voulkos: 1956-1968," 2009-2011
UCLA Film and Television Archive: L.A. Rebellion, 2010-2011
USC Fisher Museum of Art: "Sight Specific: LACPS and the Politics of Community," 2011
Vincent Price Art Museum: "'Round the Clock: Chinese American Artists Working in Los Angeles"
Series II. Getty produced Pacific Standard Time audio recordings, 2008-2012
Series II.A. Getty produced oral histories and events 2008-2012
Series II.B. Crosscurrents in L.A.: Painting and Sculpture, 1950-1970 exhibition audio, 2011
Series III. Audiovisual documentation of Pacific Standard Time partner institution exhibitions, 2010-2012
Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. Recordings, 2008-2012
Series I. Getty Foundation funded Pacific Standard Time oral histories, 2008-2012 8.5 Linear Feet (18 boxes and 5 enclosures: printed material, 1 hard drive, 26 video tapes, 276 optical discs. 1.52 TB)
UCLA Film and Television Archive: L.A. Rebellion, 2010-2011 0.8 Linear Feet (1 box: 1 hard drive; 1.1 TB)
L.A. Rebellion transcripts and videos online

Materials comprise video recordings and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted as part of UCLA Film and Television Archive's L.A. Rebellion initiative. The material documents the story, the artists and the work of a group of African and African-American students who entered the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television in the 1960s, "in the aftermath of the Watts Uprising and against the backdrop of the continuing Civil Rights Movement and the escalating Vietnam War," as part of an "Ethno-Communications" initiative. According to the L.A. Rebellion website, the Ethno Communications initiative was "designed to be responsive to communities of color (also including Asian, Chicano and Native American communities). These mostly unheralded artists created a unique cinematic landscape, as (over the course of two decades) students arrived, mentored one another and passed the torch to the next group."
The L.A. Rebellion initiative began as part of the Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. project, which focused on the post World War II art scene in Los Angeles from 1945-1980. Since then, "dozens of filmmakers have been identified as part of the L.A. Rebellion movement and the initiative has grown into a massive effort by all departments of the Archive to bring to light the contributions of these first generations of Black UCLA film students."
Interviews were conducted by Allyson Field, Jacqueline Stewart, Jan-Christian Horak, Tony Best, Robyn Charles, Shannon Kelley, and Zeinabu irene Davis.
[UCLA Film and Television Archive. "The Story of the L.A. Rebellion" accessed June 7, 2012. http://www.cinema.ucla.edu/la-rebellion/story-la-rebellion]
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Materials are listed alphabetically by the surname of the interviewee.
The recordings and transcripts exist solely in digital format (electronic documents and recordings that were transferred to the Archives on a hard disk drive). The drive acts as an archival master and is therefore restricted. Material is open to researchers and is available online in the form of transcripts and, where available, accompanied by a sample video recording from each interviewee. Full video recordings are available upon request.
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2012.IA.038-01 Abdosh Abdulhafiz, October 15, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Shirikiana Aina, May 27, 2011
2012.IA.038-01 Don Amis, November 7, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Carroll Parrott Blue, June 23, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Storme Bright Sweet, August 23, 2011
2012.IA.038-01 Charles Burnett, June 7 and 15, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Ben Caldwell, June 14, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Larry Clark, June 2, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Julie Dash, June 8, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Zeinabu irene Davis, June 24, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Pierre H. L. Désir, April 8, 2011
2012.IA.038-01 Alicia Dhanifu, September 13, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Jamaa Fanaka, June 16, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Jacqueline Frazier, August 29, 2011
2012.IA.038-01 Haile Gerima, September 13, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Richard Hawkins, October 14, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Pamela Jones (aka Revalyn T. Golde), May 29, 2011
2012.IA.038-01 Alile Sharon Larkin, June 13, 2011
2012.IA.038-01 O. Funmilayo Makarah, May 29, 2011
2012.IA.038-01 Barbara McCullough, June 8, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Bob Nakamura, July 9, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Bernard Nicolas, June 17, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Tom Penick, November 12, 2010
2012.IA.038-01 Clyde Taylor, March 22, 2011
2012.IA.038-01 Robert Wheaton, August 30, 2011
2012.IA.038-01 Billy Woodberry, June and July, 2010
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2011.IA.48-01 Printed ephemera: Screenshot of project webpage,


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