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On September 14, 2020, Gavin Bradley performed for the Internet Archive. Gavin is a singer-songwriter, and award-winning poet from Belfast, Ireland. At home, Gavin was fortunate enough to play at some of Belfast’s most historic venues, such as the three-centuries-old McHughs Bar, Auntie Annie’s and the John Hewitt, all of which have hosted some of the world’s most talented songwriters. In Edmonton, he has performed at such venues as the Starlite Room, Mercer Tavern, Station on Jasper,...
Topics: gavin j. bradley, internet archive
Internet Archive Staff Presentations
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George Blood presents The Great 78 Project
Topics: george blood, internet archive, great 78 project
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Flora Mendoza currently resides in Oakland, California, where she has worked as a development director, campaign manager, and consultant. A longtime resident of New York City, she was extensively involved in the civic life of her hometown as a public affairs consultant in the private and nonprofit sectors. Flora holds a BA from Yale and an MPA in Public and Nonprofit Management from NYU Wagner, where she was the Lisa Goldberg Fellow in Philanthropy and Public Service. She is also an...
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Essential Music Concerts From Home
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Jess, with his musical partner, Peter One, is one of the most popular musical acts in West Africa, performing to stadium-sized audiences at home in the Ivory Coast and throughout Benin, Burkina Faso and Togo. Their album, Our Garden Needs Its Flowers, originally thrust them into stardom in the late ’80s. The album was inspired both by classic American country and folk music and the traditions of Ivorian village songs, but it focused thematically on the political turmoil of the region. Songs...
Topics: internet archive, Jess Sah Bi
James & Caslon are doing something we haven't ever been able to accomplish in our music series! They're performing live together while sheltering in place! James brought out his engineering skills to make this happen and there's wires running between their apartments to ensure that their sound is cohesive and in sync.   A little bit about them as musicians: James is a synthesizer wizard who has been making music for 20 years, most notably in his project Synthescheiße, an improvisational...
Topics: internet archive, james kafader, caslon kahle
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On June 15, Ainsley Wagoner performed live for the Internet Archive. Ainsley creates ethereal music as Silverware.  Her music can be found on Bandcamp ( https://silverware.bandcamp.com/ ), Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/silversilverwareware ), Instagram ( https://www.instagram.com/silllverware/ ), and Spotify ( https://open.spotify.com/artist/5U2u4QhS0rzS8IRRbXUuIu?si=P2G24oOkS7KXR3OTMnsJ6A ). She just released a 2-single 7" record last year along with a music video.  Ainsley is...
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A performance by Bay Area chicanx songwriter/composer, Jess Sylvester (Marinero). Marinero is known for his dreamy, cholo-fi signature style of taking samples of 60s latin music and adding spacey pop flavors. His newest album, Trópico de Cáncer, is rooted in bossa nova and Tropicália sounds.  Watch his profile in Content Magazine: https://vimeo.com/356981000   You can find more of his music on his webpage: https://maringuero.bandcamp.com/
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Jennifer S. Cheng’s work includes poetry, lyric essay, and image-text forms exploring immigrant home-building, shadow poetics, and the feminine monstrous. She is the author of MOON: LETTERS, MAPS, POEMS, selected by Bhanu Kapil for the Tarpaulin Sky Award, and HOUSE A, selected by Claudia Rankine for the Omnidawn Poetry Prize. She is a 2019 NEA Literature Fellow and graduated from Brown University, the University of Iowa, and San Francisco State University. Read more at www.jenniferscheng.com...
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Presentation by Liz Rosenberg and Jessica Thompson
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Presentation to IA staff.
Topics: roger macdonald, internet archive
Internet Archive Presents
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On June 5, 2020, the Internet Archive presented a virtual book event, featuring the Venerable Tenzin Priyadarshi discussing his new memoir, "Running Toward Mystery--The Adventure of an Unconventional Life." FULL DESCRIPTION: "Running Toward Mystery" is not merely a book, but an experience, a biography, a formula for living, and a manifesto for a new kind of exploration of life."  —Siddhartha Mukherjee, Pulitzer Prize-winning Author of The Emperor of All Maladies  ...
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Ivan Forde (b. 1990) works across printmaking, digital animation, sound performance, and installation. Using a wide variety of photo-based and print-making processes (and more recently music and performance), Ivan Forde retells stories from epic poetry casting himself as every character. His non-linear versions of these time-worn tales open the possibility of new archetypes and alternative endings. By crafting his own unique mythology and inserting himself in historical narratives, he connects...
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Zoom performance for Internet Archive
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Accessibility at the Internet Archive
Topics: andrea mills, accessibility, internet archive
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Zachary James Watkins is an Oakland-based sound artist and is one-half of the ecstatic duo Black Spirituals. Zachary has received commissions from Cornish, The Microscores Project, The Beam Foundation, Somnubutone, the sfSoundGroup and the Seattle Chamber Players. He has shared bills with Earth, the Sun Ra Arkestra, and designed the sound and composed music for the plays “I have loved Strangers.” His 2006 composition Suite for String Quartet was awarded the Paul Merritt Henry Prize for...
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Otay Mesa Detention Resistance Group https://www.otaymesadetentionresistance.org/donate Venmo using @otaymesadetentionresistance  Support fund for black and LGBTQ plus refugees and migrants https://transgenderlawcenter.org/programs/blmp   To order the chapbook Swallows, Venmo your name and mailing address with $16 for shipping inside the US to: @Vickie-Vertiz  Author website: vickievertiz.com
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Zelma Stone is the music project of San Francisco-based Chloe Zelma Studebaker. Earlier this year, Zelma Stone released a record called Dreamland that was featured on NPR’s Best New Music segment. Channelling feelings of pain into a healing process of creation, Zelma Stone’s music has a palpable sense of resilience, compassion, and vulnerability in its slowly swaying bedroom pop. The band is currently working on their follow-up record for 2021. You can find out more about Zelma Stone via...
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Brewster Kahle on “How libraries have been bringing older books to digital learners: 4 publishers sue to stop it”
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