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April, 1989.


Hallwalls Calendar: April, 1989.

Artists associated with this publication:
Anthony De Mare, John Cage, Eric Satie, Terry Klein, Louis Hock, Leslie Thorton, C.M. Knox, Grace B. Martin, Brian Springer, Heather Connor, Charles Costner, Betsey Newman, Paul Schmidt, Dale Hoyt, Rosemary Geseck, Craig Bove, Al Kryszak, Douglas Cohen, Mark Thomas, David Johnson, Gary Barwin, Emiliano Del Cerro, Scott Thomas, Steven Gibson, Frederic Rzewski, George Crumb, Robert Ashley, Lon Chaney, Michael Daugherty, Al Kryszak, Anthony Davis, Aki Takahashi, Yvar Mikhashoff, Eric M. Jensen, Pat Oleszko, Alfonso Volo, Mike Glier, Ed Vega, Dionosio Canas, Cecilia Vicuna, Leandro Morales, Henry Padron, David Kane, David Butler, Peter Cook, Kenny Lerner


Some events connected to this publication:
April 1, 1989 - SECRET MUSEUM
April 1, 1989 - TRAVERSING CULTURAL AND POLITICAL TERRAIN: VIDEO CHRONICLES BY LOUIS HOCK, ROTRAUT PAPE AND LESLIE THORNTON
April 2, 1989 - SUPER-8
April 2, 1989 - SUPER-8 FILM
April 3, 1989 - SUPER-8 FILM
April 3, 1989 - THE FOG EDITION
April 4, 1989 - STAN BRAKHAGE
April 4, 1989 - PAT OLESZKO HUMOR'S "THE ODDITY" - THE MYTH DISMISSED BY DEMYSTIFYING MS.
April 6, 1989 - FIRST THURSDAY
April 7, 1989 - SUPER-8
April 8, 1989 - WHEN D + D = GOD
April 9, 1989 - LATINO WRITERS AT LA PALMA DE ORO
April 10, 1989 - VIEWING BABY FROM THE BLIMP
April 11, 1989 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
April 11, 1989 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
April 11, 1989 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
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April 15, 1989 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
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April 16, 1989 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
April 16, 1989 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
April 16, 1989 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
April 16, 1989 - TRAVERSING CULTURAL AND POLITICAL TERRAIN
April 17, 1989 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
April 17, 1989 - NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:
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April 23, 1989 - ART TOUR
April 28, 1989 - THE MOKITA TOUR
April 29, 1989 - SUPER-8
April 30, 1989 - LATINO WRITERS AT LA PALMA DE ORO



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