PLACE TALKS

  • Round 9

PLACE TALKS

PLACE TALKS is a series of visual lectures about location. Bay Area artists, writers, architects, archivists, librariansĀ (and other curious people) share lectures on place-related topics, illustrated by content from the Prelinger Library's rich collection. PLACE TALKS supports the local creative community by creating a platform for exchange that supports interdisciplinary practices and connects presenters and audience alike by the commonality of place. Past talks have covered such topics as Candlestick Park, the Internet as a place, non-Euclidian utopias, family history in the Great Basin, and the grid in San Francisco.

Alternative Exposure grantee lead applicant: 

Nicole Lavelle

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