SEB Symposium presenter Anne Waldman to perform Ginsbergâ€™s â€śHowlâ€ť
At an exhibit on the photos of Allen Ginsberg displayed at the National Gallery in Washington D.C., beat poet Anne Waldman will do a reading of Ginsberg’s famous poem “Howl.” Like Ginsberg, Waldman was a key figure of both the Beat Generation and the transmission of Buddhism to the West. On August 14, Walman will give a keynote address, participate in a panel and lead a discussion on arts and social change at the first Symposium for Western Socially Engaged Buddhism.Â You can register for that day alone or for as many days as you please of this historical event.Â Read the full report of the gallery exhibit in the Washington City Paper.
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