David Littlejohn on Burning Man
October 5, 2012; 6:00 p.m.
Join journalist David Littlejohn, an avid and long-standing Burning Man attendee, for an illustrated exploration of the many artistic facets of the festival, which Littlejohn calls “one of the most imaginative and creative artistic resources in the country.”
Littlejohn, who taught journalism at UC Berkeley for thirty-five years, is the West Coast cultural correspondent for the Wall Street Journal. He has written and broadcast for KQED and PBS, and has written or edited fourteen books, ranging from Dr. Johnson: His Life in Letters (1965) to The Big One: A Story of San Francisco, published last year.
Followed by L@TE: Terry Riley with Tracy Silverman
This event is ticketed as part of L@TE: Friday Nights @ BAM/PFA
Admission to L@TE is $7; free for BAM/PFA members and Cal students, faculty, and staff. Tickets are available exclusively to members, students, faculty, and staff until one week before each event, at which time tickets go on sale to the general public. Limited seating.
Advance tickets for members available online, in person at the BAM/PFA admissions desk, and by phone. Cal students, faculty, and staff may obtain advance tickets at the BAM/PFA admissions desk, with valid Cal ID. Online tickets subject to $1 processing fee per ticket. No charge for tickets reserved by phone or in person. Limit four tickets per member. Please note there are a limited number of tickets available for each evening.
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