1675 Owens Street
San Francisco, California 94143-3008

Long Now Foundation Lecture Series. More details will be posted as they become available.

Official Website: http://www.longnow.org/projects/seminars/

Added by urban_mermaid on August 20, 2007



Juan Enriquez is inspiring. Go if you can.

Location update: UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center.


thanks! i've updated the entry w/the proper locale.


More info in the email today.

Juan Enriquez has made a world-class collection of historic maps which were drawn at the very point of discovery. This Friday he'll deploy them for the first time in one of his dazzling presentations, to examine how we image and imagine what we are exploring, and thus image and imagine exploration itself.

Enriquez is a presenter's presenter, his graphics and delivery so original and adroit that the rest of us study his performances for ideas we can steal. He is author of As the Future Catches You and The Untied States of America, and CEO and Chair of Biotechonomy, a life sciences research and investment firm.

"Mapping the Frontier of Knowledge," Juan Enriquez, UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center, San Francisco, 7pm, FRIDAY, October 12. The lecture starts promptly at 7:30pm. Admission is free (a $10 donation is always welcome, not required).

The talk is at the Robertson Auditorium at UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center, 1675 Owens St., San Francisco. It's just off of 16th St., near 3rd St. Parking is handy in the adjoining garage; do take along your parking ticket to get it validated for the $5 rate. Come early for dinner, if you like, at the pub near the lecture hall--- the Fisher Banquet Room. The New light rail T line runs past UCSF Mission Bay.