Owens Valley delegation takes a tour of LADWP water conservation efforts in Los Angeles

On Friday, May 3, 2013  a group of Owens Valley Committee (OVC) members including Mark Bagley, OVC Executive Director; Harry Williams, Bishop Paiute tribal member; Nina Weisman, OVC volunteer; Jackie Velasquez, Big Pine Paiute Tribe environmental technician; Jenna Cavelle (PAYA film), … Continue reading

Indiegogo fundraiser for SLAKE—a new film project in partnership with the Owens Valley Committee

Bristlecone Media in partnership with the Owens valley Committee (OVC) is conducting an Indiegogo fundraiser until Tuesday, June 18, 2013 to raise production funding for their film, Slake: Water and Power in the Eastern Sierra. Slake is a video series about … Continue reading

There It Is—Take It! listening party at Metabolic Studios in Los Angeles

Please join me for a listening party event at Metabolic Studios in downtown Los Angeles for There It Is—Take It! on Saturday, March 23rd at 1 pm. Selections from the There It Is—Take It! audio tour will be presented following … Continue reading

Kim Stringfellow will be guest presenter for the Owens Valley Committee’s annual fundraiser

Kim Stringfellow will give a lecture and play audio tour selections from There It Is—Take It! Owens Valley and the Los Angeles Aqueduct, 1913–2013 for the Owens Valley Committee’s annual fundraising event on Saturday, February, 23rd, 2013 from 5 to … Continue reading

KCET Artbound: Forget Chinatown, Get the Real Story of California’s Most Famous Water War

There It Is—Take It! project director, Kim Stringfellow is a monthly contributor to KCET Artbound, an innovative multi-platform project dedicated to the arts and culture of the Southern and Central California. For October 2012, she discusses the history of the … Continue reading

Listening party and panel discussion for There It Is—Take It! in Independence, CA

There It Is—Take It! will be publicly launched on Sunday, October 14th, 2012 at 7 p.m. at a free listening party and panel discussion hosted by The Friends of the Eastern California Museum in Independence, California. A panel discussion concerning … Continue reading