Archive for

Shaping SF: Radical Archiving and Cataloging as Social History

Yesterday, I went to Shaping SF’s public talk on “Radical Archiving and Cataloguing as Social History.”  Part of a larger series, the talk featured an archivist from the Oakland Museum of California’s All Of Us Or None poster collection and two archivists from the Freedom Archives. As the title implies, the theme was Radical Archiving, or … Continue reading

A Free Play is Never Free

Live theatre involves an implicit contract between the performers and the audience: the performers bring entertainment, art, or an interesting performance, and the audience brings an open mind and the politeness to clap even if it sucks. Tonight I went with a poor unwitting Gabe to see a staged reading of In the Matter of … Continue reading