Brian Eno will be giving a lecture for the Long Now Foundation next Friday night.
He's actually on the Board of Directors there.
Here's what was emailed to me:
Posted by Lisa at November 06, 2003 06:49 PM | TrackBack
Musician/producer/artist BRIAN ENO
will be giving a rare free public lecture next week at
Fort Mason in San
Francisco on Friday, Nov. 14, in the Herbst Pavillion.
Coffee bar opens at
7pm, lecture at 8pm. Directions to Herbst Pavillion are
This is not a concert. Brian Eno will be speaking about
"The Long Now." His
talk will be the first of a monthly series of Seminars
Thinking, sponsored by The Long Now Foundation
talks are usually as amazing as his music.
The on-going lectures in this new series will be every
second Friday at Fort
Mason. Future speakers include Peter Schwartz, George
Anderson, Rusty Schweickart, Paul Hawken, Daniel
Janzen, and Danny Hillis.
Admission to the lectures is free (a $10 donation is
welcome but NOT
required). The hall holds about 700 people. For
unticketed lectures like
this it's a good idea to come early for a good seat.
Please feel free post and forward this invitation.