Media Arts Program
 

Tuesday, October 11, 1988

Co-sponsored/co-presented by:
The New York Foundation for The Arts and grants from The New York State Council on The Arts and The New York Foundation for The Arts

THE SHORT WORKS OF LEWIS KLAHR

Presented at:
Hallwalls

Lewis Klahr (visiting from New York) presents his recent works, including: CANDY'S (1984); TAKE ME TONIGHT (1985); HER FRAGRANT (1987); STATION DRAMA (1988); THE MORNING FILMS (Part One of TALES OF THE FORGOTTEN FUTURE): LOST CAMEL INTENTIONS (1988); FOR THE REST OF YOUR NATURAL LIFE (1988); IN THE MONTH OF CRICKETS (1988)


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September and October, 1988 - 1988

 
 
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