PLACE TALKS Submission Form — Season 6, 2019/2020
PLACE TALKS is a lecture series about location that takes place at the Prelinger Library in San Francisco. It is a project presented by Nicole Lavelle and Charlie Macquarie, who are Resident Artist and Library Fellow (respectively) at the Prelinger Library.

Bay Area artists, writers, architects, archivists, librarians, (and other curious people) share lectures on place-related topics, illustrated by content from the Prelinger Library's collection.

PLACE TALKS supports the Bay Area creative community by creating a platform for exchange that engages interdisciplinary practices and connects presenters and audience alike through the commonality of place.

For reference, please read the full Proposal Guidelines at this URL:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KYHRNKZkJB48Jm3tLknPGkvHAVL0J3LZnXYtaAaXhg4/edit?usp=sharing

We're looking forward to reading your proposal!

Proposals are due May 31 at 11:59pm!

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Nicole and Charlie and the Selection Committee

Your Name *
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PLACE TALKS will take place on Thursday evenings at the Prelinger Library. Please indicate all of the dates that you are available. *
Please choose all that apply.
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Your email address *
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Your cell phone number *
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Your URL (if applicable)
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Your social media profiles (please provide links/usernames for Instagram, Twitter, and/or Facebook, if applicable. We don't care about how you do or do not use social media, we just want to be able to link to you in announcements if selected.)
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Your short biography *
Please make this suitable for publication. If you are chosen, this is the text that will be shared on the PLACE TALKS website. Who are you? What do you do? Where do you come from? What are your places?
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Title of your talk *
Please make this suitable for publication, it will be listed on the PLACE TALKS website and poster.
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Short description of your talk — your "elevator pitch" *
Please make this suitable for publication. If you are chosen it may be shared publicly on the PLACE TALKS website. This text should be informative. (Maximum 2000 characters, about 300 words)
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Describe some of the research avenues you'd like to explore using the collection of the Prelinger Library. *
Plans, hopes, dreams, favorites...
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Elaborate here on your past experience with performative work, public speaking, or related experiences, OR your interest in exploring the talk-as-work.
We're looking for your thoughts on making new creative work via your proposal. Why are you interested in giving a talk?
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Any additional information you'd like us to know?
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