Videos and Recorded Programs

Videos about The Huntington and previously recorded lectures, programs, and conferences

Most Recent

The Soul of a Building: In the Archives with Billie Tsien

Thu., Jan. 19, 2023
Architect Billie Tsien joins Erin Chase, assistant curator of architecture at The Huntington, to view architectural materials from the library archives.

The Soul of a Building: In the Archives with Billie Tsien

Thu., Jan. 19, 2023
Architect Billie Tsien joins Erin Chase, assistant curator of architecture at The Huntington, to view architectural materials from the library archives.
Video

Protecting Our Ancient Coast Live Oak

Tue., Jan. 17, 2023
The Huntington's Chinese Garden is distinctive for its old Coast Live Oaks native to California. There's one ancient oak, considered to be the oldest at The Huntington, that needed special attention as the gardens were being built around its canopy.

Why It Matters: Billie Tsien in Conversation with Karen R. Lawrence

Tue., Dec. 13, 2022
Architect and educator Billie Tsien joins Huntington President Karen R. Lawrence to discuss how the built environment shapes individual and communal experiences, the interplay between design and purpose, and how architecture can empower future generations.

Imagining Shakespeare in 2050: Performance and Archives

Fri., Nov. 11, 2022
Join a panel of scholars and artistic directors in dialogue about Shakespeare’s work, theatrical performances, and archives, as well as his future role in the world at large.

Imagining Shakespeare in 2050: Performance and Archives

Fri., Nov. 11, 2022
Join a panel of scholars and artistic directors in dialogue about Shakespeare’s work, theatrical performances, and archives, as well as his future role in the world at large.

Imagining Shakespeare in 2050: Performance and Archives

Fri., Nov. 11, 2022
Join a panel of scholars and artistic directors in dialogue about Shakespeare’s work, theatrical performances, and archives, as well as his future role in the world at large.

Imagining Shakespeare in 2050: Performance and Archives

Fri., Nov. 11, 2022
Join a panel of scholars and artistic directors in dialogue about Shakespeare’s work, theatrical performances, and archives, as well as his future role in the world at large.

Imagining Shakespeare in 2050: Performance and Archives

Fri., Nov. 11, 2022
Join a panel of scholars and artistic directors in dialogue about Shakespeare’s work, theatrical performances, and archives, as well as his future role in the world at large.
Lecture

Underrepresented Voices in the Archive

Thu., Nov. 10, 2022
Huntington curators Dr. Linde B. Lehtinen and Li Wei Yang discuss and highlight the Library's African American, Asian American, Indigenous, and LGBTQ collections. Moderated by Dr. Natalia Molina, Interim, W.M. Keck Foundation Director of Research.
Lecture

What Does The Huntington Have For Me? A Conversation with Huntington Curators

Fri., Oct. 7, 2022
Moderated by Natalia Molina, interim director of research at The Huntington, Huntington curators Clay Stalls and Peter Blodgett, and Verónica Castillo-Muñoz (UCSB) discuss the Library's extensive Hispanic collection of manuscripts, rare books and other printed materials, maps, and photographs.
Lecture

A Biography in Blueprint (The John and Donald Parkinson Collection)

Mon., Oct. 3, 2022
If a blueprint can help reveal the biography of a building then “a biography of modern Los Angeles” might be a good way to describe the John and Donald Parkinson collec