Free Tuesday Talk: My Life Making History TV
Historic Places is a KPBS series highlighting the region’s rich and diverse history, starting from the First People of the Kumeyaay Nation, the Spanish, Mexicans, Americans, to the first African American’s living in Julian, the first Chinese immigrants who worked the railroad and so many other fascinating people, topics and historic sites throughout the region.
Elsa Sevilla, Executive Producer of Historic Places for ten years, recently joined the San Diego History Center as the Director of External Affairs or “Ambassador”. Elsa is a three-time Emmy nominee and multi-award-winning journalist, filmmaker and small business owner. She spent 29-years as a TV journalist and history filmmaker for KGTV-10, KPBS-TV and her own TV Production company, Sevilla Productions. Elsa’s passion is history, education and preservation. Her new role at SDHC is a perfect fit!
About the Free Tuesday Talk Series
Come to the History Center on the second Tuesday of each month for a presentation about our shared history—both popular and obscure—and uncover something new! Join a monthly conversation about San Diego’s untold stories relevant to a changing community.
Free Tuesday Talks are always free with Give Forward admission.