Schedule: Jun 7, 2023

12:00am PST
Classic Arts

Performance. Visual arts. Film. Classic Arts Showcase is designed to inspire new audiences by showcasing video clips of the arts.

3:00am PST

NASA brings you the latest news, images and videos from America’s space agency, pioneering the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.

6:30am PST
SEVA Studios: McCaffrey – KDOG News (Galt JUESD)

Check out McCaffrey Middle School News for all the latest events and information straight from the halls of Robert L. McCaffrey Middle!

6:45am PST
SEVA Studios: Cosumnes Oaks HS (Elk Grove USD)

Student created videos from Cosumnes Oaks High School.

7:00am PST

Cosumnes River College presents part 9 of Nutrition 300 taught by Timaree Hagenburger from the fall semester of 2014.

8:30am PST
Los Rios (CRC): Foundational Cooking Methods – Fresh Pasta Ep. 33

The Culinary Arts Management program at Cosumnes River College provides training for employment in commercial culinary service operations. Courses begin at entry-level training; advanced courses build upon skills acquired in pre-requisite courses. The program includes coursework in culinary arts, baking and pastry, food and equipment use and identification, culinary sanitation, nutrition, marketing, legal control and financial analysis. Students will apply those skills with hands-on training in production centered labs. Sanitation training is offered as an integral part of each certificate and degree, and is certified by the National Restaurant Association as well as Sacramento County Environmental Health Division.

9:00am PST
National Gallery of Art: Forward 54th

Written and directed by Mary Hall Surface, the play Forward, 54th! was commissioned by the National Gallery of Art in 2013 in honor of the exhibition Tell It with Pride: The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Shaw Memorial. The Gallery staged 24 performances between September 2013 and March 2014. Through interweaving monologues and live Civil War-era music, this dramatic interpretation retells the rich stories of the people and events remembered in Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Shaw Memorial.

9:32am PST
National Gallery of Art: Los Angeles to New York – Dwan Gallery

This film is made in conjunction with the exhibition Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery, 1959–1971, on view from September 30, 2016, to January 29, 2017. Produced by the Department of Exhibition Programs, the film follows the career of Virginia Dwan, who opened her first art gallery in Los Angeles in 1959 and went on to organize dozens of exhibitions of remarkable range, representing movements as diverse as abstract expressionism, pop art, minimalism, conceptualism, and land art. In her earliest days as a dealer, Dwan brought New York art and artists – Larry Rivers, Franz Kline, Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, among others – to a West Coast audience and supported young French artists, including Yves Klein. The opening of a New York location in 1965 made Dwan Gallery the country’s first bicoastal gallery. There Dwan’s aesthetic shifted toward the spare, restrained look of minimalism. In 1971 she abandoned her career as a dealer and focused on supporting ambitious earthworks, such as Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty – a 1,500-foot coiled sculpture on the shore of Great Salt Lake in Utah. The film includes a new interview with Virginia Dwan, comments from Claes Oldenburg and Charles Ross, whose work she supported, and archival footage of the exhibitions and happenings she sponsored in the 1960s. The film was made possible by the HRH Foundation.

10:00am PST
Art History 300: Part 11

Cosumnes River College presents part 11 of Art History 300: Introduction to Art taught by Anni Trent from the spring semester of 2015.

11:30am PST
Galt JUESD: Sample Student Training – Social Media Awareness

Galt Joint Union Elementary gives a sample student training on the dangers of social media.

12:30pm PST ON NOW
Love That Book – Carmen Finds Her Beat

Rain sticks, bongos, and a didgeridoo. . . just a few of the instruments Carmen attempts to play at Earthshaking Music, a delightful music store in midtown Atlanta. The friendly shopkeepers give demonstrations and a bit of history on some of their lesser-known instruments. As usual, Carmen keeps us amused as she makes her way through the shop, and students from Gwin Oaks ES share book recommendations. Books featured in the program are “Zin! Zin! Zin! a Violin,” by Lloyd Moss, “Out of My Mind,” by Sharon Draper, and “The Little Engine That Could,” by Watty Piper.

1:00pm PST
CSUS Choirs with Dr. Don Kendrick

Sacramento State University’s Music Department presents Choirs with Dr. Don Kendrick.

1:59pm PST
Made at Sac State – College of Continuing Education (Season 2)

The College of Continuing Education transforms lives, offering degree completion programs and professional development for working adults, English language training for international students, summer courses for high school students, and special programs for health care workers, paramedics, law enforcement and more.

4:30pm PST
SCOE: Let’s Learn English – Lessons 1–5

“In the Let’s Learn English series for English learners, you will meet Anna Matteo, who moves to Washington, D.C, gets a job, makes friends, and does many fun activities. These Voice of America videos are used in the USA Learns course, which includes additional learning activities. (For even more English practice, consider taking the free USA Learns English 1 Plus course.)

Lesson 1: Welcome!
Lesson 2: Hello, I’m Anna!
Lesson 3: I’m Here!
Lesson 4: What Is It?
Lesson 5: Where Are You?”

5:00pm PST
Ingles Y Tu!: Episode 1

San Juan Unified School District Adult Education reaches out to the community by offering classes to help students in a variety of areas. Episode 1 of Inglés Y Tú! with Marisol Richmond.

6:00pm PST
Sac City USD: 2023 Graduation – American Legion (HS)

American Legion in the Sac City Unified School District’s 2023 Graduation.

7:30pm PST
Innovation Workshop: Electronic Circuits

The innovation of the integrated circuit has revolutionized the kind of electronics that we can build and allows us to make cooler gadgets to lead high-tech lives. Inside cell phones, computers, watches, and even cars, electronic circuits help process, store, and share information. By examining the manufacturing process, students learn how complicated and precise electronic circuits have become.

8:18pm PST
STEM in 30: Solar Eclipse Special

Our STEM in 30 crew celebrated the 2017 Great American Eclipse live from Liberty, Missouri, in the path of totality, and at the Phoebe Waterman Haas Public Observatory at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC.