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March, 1988.


Hallwalls Calendar: March, 1988.

Artists associated with this publication:
Elliott Carter, Jesse Levine, Paul Schmidt, Joel Chadabe, Robert Fernandez, Lou Harrison, Mauricio Kagel, Jon Gibson, Jan Williams, Yvar Mikhashoff, Fred Wilson, Anne Iobst, Lucy Sexton, Chuck Agro, Barbara Lattanzi, John Allen, Richard Ramirez Armijo, Emily Cheng, Eugenio Espinosa, Albert Chong, Tyrone Mitchell, Howardena Pindell, Helen Ramsaran, Carrie Yamaoka, Charles Yuen, Peter Stephens, David Shulman, Duncan Bethel, Lenore Bethel, Juan Cavazos, Huey Mei Chang, Kenneth Cooper, Terresa Ford, Ricky Gonzales, Eric McEntire, Curtis Robinson, Terry Simpkins, Barry Truax, Martin Bartlett, Serge Arcuri, Richard Teitelbaum, John Cage, Jon Hassell, James Emery, Ben Neill, Don Metz, Raymond Red, Michael Basinski, Jack Walsh, Abigail Child, Janis Crystal Lipzin, Bruce Baillie, Chris Sheppard, Claude Sauvageot, Cathy Cook, Claudia Looze, Emily Breer, Bill Plympton, Ela Troyano, Su Friedrich, Yolanda Blanco, Oscar Hijuelos, Jaime Manrique, Clarence Major, Robbie McCauley, Charles Johnson


Some events connected to this publication:
February 13, 1988 - CHUCK AGRO
February 13, 1988 - DOUBLE VISION
February 13, 1988 - PETER STEPHENS
March 4, 1988 - INDIAN BLOOD
March 5, 1988 - ROBBIE MCCAULEY
March 6, 1988 - FICTION READING
March 6, 1988 - PERFORMANCE HOCKEY
March 8, 1988 - BLACK MARIA FILM FESTIVAL
March 9, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 10, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 10, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 11, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 11, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 11, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 12, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 12, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 12, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 12, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 12, 1988 - SU FRIEDRICH
March 13, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 13, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 13, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 14, 1988 - FICTION READING
March 14, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 14, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 14, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 15, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 15, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 15, 1988 - RAYMOND RED
March 16, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 16, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
March 17, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 17, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
March 17, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
March 18, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
March 18, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
March 18, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
March 18, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
March 19, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
March 19, 1988 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
March 20, 1988 - PERFORMANCE HOCKEY
March 21, 1988 - ARTISTS TALK ON ART
March 23, 1988 - POLITICS OF INFORMATION:
March 25, 1988 - ELA TROYANO
March 26, 1988 - BLOOD AND FOIL: AN EVENING WITH DANCENOISE AND THEIR VERY SPECIAL FRIENDS
March 31, 1988 - A FORUM ON CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN LITERATURE



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