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Title
Speeches and performances from the Whole Earth Festival, UC Davis
Creator
Whole Earth Festival, UC Davis
Date Created and/or Issued
[1974-04-27,1974-04-28]
Contributing Institution
UC Davis, University Library, Special Collections
Collection
California Revealed from University of California, Davis, Special Collections
Rights Information
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Description
The Whole Earth Festival (WEF) is an event that began in 1969 when an art class taught by Jose Arguelles held an “Art Happening” on the University of California, Davis campus. Following the United Nations’ declaration of “Earth Day” in 1970, the second “Art Happening” (1971) was renamed “Whole Earth.” These recordings from the Whole Earth Festival in 1974 contain speeches/performances by the following: Vickram Singh Rgai Jatha, Ken Keyes, Living Love Center, Sister Polmo, Ananda Community-Kirtan, Ama Jyoti / Yogi Bhagon, Unidentified guitar player, Ajari and the Mantric Sun Band, Indian Prayer, Francisco Lupica and The Cosmic Beam Experience, Fairfax Street Choir, Swami Nadabrahmanananda.
Type
sound
Format
Original
1/4 inch audio tape
Extent
3 Tapes of 3
Identifier
AR-118
cua_000063_t01; cua_000063_t02; cua_000063_t03
Subject
Environmental Impact
Environmental protection
Provenance
University of California, Davis, Library, Special Collections
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