[Seth-Trips] Brian Eno lecture, Fort Mason, November 14

Seth David Schoen schoen at loyalty.org
Thu Nov 6 23:23:46 PST 2003

(Thanks to Fred.  I have been interested in the Long Now project for a
while.  When I visited them years ago, they shared a space with the
Internet Archive.)

>The Long Now Presents
>A Free Lecture by BRIAN ENO
>Friday, November 14th, 2003
>7:00 p.m. Coffee Bar
>8:00 p.m. Lecture ? arrive early for a good seat
>Fort Mason, Herbst Pavilion
>San Francisco, CA
>Free Lecture
>Musician / Producer / Artist BRIAN ENO will give a rare free public 
>lecture on Friday, November 14th. The lecture is sponsored by The Long 
>This is not a concert. Brian Eno will speak about "The Long Now." His 
>talk is the first of a monthly series of Seminars About Long-term 
>Thinking, sponsored by The Long Now Foundation 
>(http://www.longnow.org). His talks are usually as amazing as his 
>The on-going lectures in this new series will be every second Friday 
>at Fort Mason. Future speakers include Peter Schwartz, George Dyson, 
>Laurie Anderson, Rusty Schweickart, Paul Hawken, Daniel Janzen, and 
>Danny Hillis.
>Brian Eno is a musician, composer and producer of audio and visual 
>landscapes. Eno?s synthesizer work and electronic manipulation of 
>audio textures was first featured during the early 01970?s as a 
>founding member of Roxy Music. His solo and collaborative musical 
>compositions with John Cale, Robert Fripp and David Bowie have been in 
>circulation world-wide over the last 25 years. Eno has produced 
>records for numerous artists including U2, David Bowie, Jane Siberry 
>and performance artist Laurie Anderson, executive produced the "Help" 
>benefit album, and performed with Pavarotti, Bono and The Edge at 
>01995?s Modena Festival to benefit the War Child charitable 
>Recently, Eno has been involved in the design and production of 
>audio/video gallery installations including "Music for White Cube" at 
>the White Cube Gallery in London in spring 01997 and "Lightness" in 
>the Marble Palace at the Russian Museum, St. Petersberg in November 
>01997. In October 01995, a permanent exhibition of his work opened at 
>Austria?s Swarovski Museum. His diary and essays A Year (with Swollen 
>Appendices) was published in May 01996.
>Admission is free (a $10 donation is welcome but NOT required). The 
>hall holds about 700 people. For un-ticketed lectures like this it's a 
>good idea to come early for a good seat.

Seth David Schoen <schoen at loyalty.org> | Very frankly, I am opposed to people
     http://www.loyalty.org/~schoen/   | being programmed by others.
     http://vitanuova.loyalty.org/     |     -- Fred Rogers (1928-2003),
                                       |        464 U.S. 417, 445 (1984)

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