Radio Travel host Pamela Wilson, features hidden cultural sites of Southern California.  Treasures of the West is Broadcast on KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles & on the web

As we reach the final days of Summer, many cultural museums continue to provide summer programs for the Remaining season. This months show will take you to the Autry museum in Griffith Park to learn about its current exhibition, then to a beautifully landscaped Mediterranean garden in Pasadena. Here are a few more treasures to enjoy this season, the Norton Simon in Pasadena, The Getty Center & Villa in Malibu, UCLA’s Mildred Mathias Gardens and the Pasadena Museum of History. Click below to hear current radio podcast.

CURRENT RADIO SHOW: A visit to the Gene Autry Museum to hear about a current exhibition featuring two Native American Contemporary artists, Harry Fonseca and David Bradley’s Indian Country. Harry Fonseca uses Coyote as a heroic symbol transforming the stereotype images of the Native American culture. David Bradleys work echos the commercialism of Sante Fe while expressing his own unique style and sense of humor into his art. We then travel to a hidden Mediterranean garden tucked away in the city of Pasadena called the Arlington Gardens. This tranquil oasis is filled with drought tolerant plants and flowers founded by two passionate gardeners who’s signature of sustainable landscape design is an inspiration to visitors.