Richard O. Moore was a poet, filmmaker, and public broadcasting executive. He talks about how, when he was a student at UC Berkeley in 1939, his fellow student Pauline Kael introduced him to poets Kenneth Rexroth and Robert Duncan, among others. “Whether I recognized it or not, my education had begun.”
Organized by The Editors
The Stein family's Saturday salons in their Paris apartments were the crucible of avant-garde art and writing of the period. In keeping with the spirit of those informal gatherings, our guests — artists, writers, filmmakers, performers, and others — entertained us with their personal recollections of Bay Area avant-garde histories. Presented in conjunction with The Steins Collect, and co-organized with Margaret Tedesco.
Compilations and unfurling sequences of contributions – some from our archive, some freshly assembled.