RED ALL OVER: Political and Countercultural Printshops of the S.F. Bay Area

Thursday Apr 03 2014   6:00 PM
Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Public Library  100 Larkin St., San Francisco, CA  map

Every movement needs a voice and ever since Gutenberg systemized the concept of movable type, radicals have put ink to paper to create multiples of inflammatory documents. Come learn more about the discontents, troublemakers, poets, organizers, and visionaries who set up shop in the S.F. Bay Area from the 1960s to the present. Join historian and author Lincoln Cushing for an illustrated talk drawing from his book All of Us or None.

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Lincoln Cushing
Lincoln Cushing has at various times been a printer, artist, librarian, archivist, and author. His books include Revolución!: Cuban Poster Art and Chinese Posters: Art from the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. Formerly he was the Cataloging and Electronic Outreach Librarian at UC Berkeley’s Bancroft Library and he is currently an archivist for Kaiser Permanente Heritage Resources. He is involved in numerous efforts to document, catalog, and disseminate oppositional political culture of the late twentieth century.