Sixty Plus Lecture: Suburban Dreams Revisited

When: January 14, 2019 - 1:00pm

Beth Yarnelle Edwards, Photographer

In 1997 San Francisco-based Beth Yarnelle Edwards began photographing in the suburbs of Silicon Valley where she lived for many years. These suburbs are a physical embodiment of the American Dream as a place where natural beauty intersects with the tech industry, with an increasingly diverse yet predominately affluent population. Exhibitions led to photographs from France, Spain, Germany, Holland and Iceland in addition. Though the events are staged, they are based on information obtained from interviews from the subjects and always with their knowledge and consent.

If you are attending for the first time, an RSVP is appreciated. Email to sixty@sfsu.edu to RSVP and get more information.

These programs will start at 1:00 with a short business meeting which is followed directly by the program.  Light refreshments will be offered.

Shuttle Bus Times: No Shuttle this time as classes are not in session. Plenty of on and off campus parking should be available.

Parking and transit:   There is a garage ($7/day); otherwise, only meter or 2 hour street parking. We recommend transit! The M stops at 19th and Holloway. Also the 57 (to/from West Portal & Daly City BART), 29 (to/from Richmond/Sunset & Balboa BART), and 28 to/from the Golden Gate Bridge & Daly City BART. From Daly City BART, the 28 and the 57 both stop at Holloway (7-10 minutes).

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Location: 
SF State’s Main Campus, 19th & Holloway, Cesar Chavez Student Center, Rosa Parks Room (lower level).
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