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Program for the tenth annual RISD Cabaret held in the Waterman Building, top floor coinciding "with the fiftieth anniversary of the year when Allen Ginsburg, William Burroughs and Jack Kerouac first met and started a movement which changed the face of postwar American and influenced the 1960s as well as the subculture of the '70s and '80s." Program, poster and tickets designed by Antoinette le Vaillant.
Rhode Island School of Design; Division of Liberal Arts; History of Art and Visual Culture; Cabaret; Waterman Building
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Taborska, Agnieszka; Hunter, Paula; Jobe, Steven L.; Barnhill, James O.; Lee, Helen; Waldman, Joshua; Fitzgerald, Nishira; Meilman, Brendan; Lawall, Ismael; Pitt-Smith, Zach; Walker, Kevin; Carroll, Tamara; Porter, Rhon; Schick, Maleese; Azcueta, Rhody; Umbricht, Kevin; Curry, Matthew; Kim, Jee-Eun; Lee, Michelle; Nealon, Marisa; Levi, Karelle; Riley, Hilary; Potter, Simon; and le Vaillant, Antoinette, "The Beat Generation" (1997). Programs. 13.
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