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Historic Places with Elsa Sevilla

EVENT POSTPONED

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Behind The Scenes: Historic Places will not be presented on Wednesday, February 6, 2019. We are working to schedule a new date and hope to be able to promote that soon. Thank you for your understanding.

EVENT POSTPONED

JOIN KPBS-TV HOST ELSA SEVILLA FOR A BEHIND THE SCENES LOOK!

Be part of our event, as we unveil Historic Places in the Classroom, a behind-the-scenes for Season 10, and a fundraiser for Historic Places with Elsa Sevilla on KPBS-TV.


 

In the new season, we learn new details about how the First People of the Kumeyaay Nation are extremely adaptive, resourceful and knowledgeable about astrology, astronomy, medicine, tool making, hunting, harvesting, trading, nutrition, arts and culture, and more. It was in 1769 when the First People of the Kumeyaay Nation came upon the Spanish, an encounter that dramatically altered the course of history. It’s all part of the two-year documentary series of Historic Places as we approach the 250th anniversary of this encounter.

The two-year series is part of KPBS-TV local programming and it will be incorporated into the San Diego History Center’s school and public programs for students and museum visitors. It will also be incorporated into the Kumeyaay Community College, First People museums & schools, and the San Diego City Schools curriculum (select campuses). Historic Places and Historic Places in the Classroom, are a Sevilla Productions, LLC Project.

You too can make history, by helping to preserve our past!

ABOUT THE PRODUCERS: ELSA & GUILLERMO SEVILLA

 

Elsa Sevilla is a three-time Emmy Nominated, multi-award winning Journalist and Filmmaker for her work with KGTV-10 and KPBS-TV. She is the Creator, Executive Producer and Host of “Historic Places with Elsa Sevilla.” She and her husband and business partner, Guillermo Sevilla, have produced nearly 80-documentaries for KPBS-TV, so far. 

Guillermo Sevilla is a Multi-Emmy Award Winning Videographer & Editor. Guillermo has traveled extensively and helped produce local, national and international content for KPBS. He is the Creator, Director of Photography, Producer & Editor for Historic Places.

 


 

This is a Sevilla Productions, LLC Project in partnership with KPBS-TV and the San Diego History Center.

                      

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