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May, June and July, 1989.


Hallwalls Calendar: May, June and July, 1989.

Artists associated with this publication:
Katarina Peters, Michael Krause, Robert Gates, Stephen Cummins, Susan Lambert, Tracey Moffet, Margie Medlin, Wilhelm Hein, Birgit Hein, Christoph Schlingensief, Michael Brintrup, Penelope Buitenhuis, Mike Osterhout, Alex Grey, Allyson Grey, Mark McCloud, Keiko Bonk, Richard Kern, Gary Ray, Dan Ake, Peggy Ingalls, Richard Temerian, Sally Webster, David West, Katherine Sherwood, Carlo McCormick, David Hershkovits, Bridgitte Engler, Les Levine, Diana Formisano, Work Dogs, Caki Kallas, Walter Robinson, Ted Rosenthal, David Ireland, Jerry Williams, Sherie Kley, Kembra Pfahler, Samoa, John Whitehead, Karen Finley, Andy Soma, Bruce Pollack, Steve Doughton, Magdalen Pierrakos, Paul Rosin, Carolyn Carpenter, Cheryl Dawn Dyer, Robin Winters, Isabella Kirkland, Tony Oursler, Luis Frangella, Tessa Hughes Freeland, Ann Carlson, Mark Anderson, Jon Stout, Michael Huber, N. Regina Jackson, Akua Kamau, Gary Earl Ross, Frank Moore, Martha Rosler, Tony Labat, Keiko Sei, Alfred Birnbaum, Peter Weibel, Fritz Bacher, Kevin Fix, Alex Gelencser, Barbara Golaszewski, Tony Grajeda, Kenny Irving, Terry Klein, Donna Kapa, Jody Lafond, Janet Lundeen, David Man, Fred Mohr, Rosalie Radoccia, Magilla Schaus, Brian Springer, Charles Terranova, Richard Wicka, Tess Payne, Susan Rynard, Corry Wyngaarden, Luc Bourdon, Rhonda Abrams, Cherie Moses, Colin Campbell, Karen Hoeberg, Leon Johnson, Patrick Hughes, Sara Diamond, Gary Kibbins


Some events connected to this publication:
May 2, 1989 - THE FILMS OF ROBERT GATES
May 3, 1989 - IMAGES OF A BAROQUE CINEMA: CONTRAST IN LIGHT IN THE DUTCH EXPERIMENTAL FILM
May 4, 1989 - FIRST THURSDAY PRESENTS
May 6, 1989 - NEPOTISM
May 6, 1989 - PURPLE GEEZUS
May 7, 1989 - THE CHURCH OF THE LITTLE GREEN MAN
May 8, 1989 - TRESPASSING OF ART: 3 EVENINGS WITH PETER WEIBEL
May 9, 1989 - A DEMONSTRATION OF THE KODAK LC500 VIDEO PROJECTOR
May 9, 1989 - BAD ACTING: PERFORMING AND CHARACTERIZATION ON SCREEN
May 9, 1989 - TRESPASSING OF ART: 3 EVENINGS WITH PETER WEIBEL
May 10, 1989 - TRESPASSING OF ART: 3 EVENINGS WITH PETER WEIBEL
May 12, 1989 - THE HOME OF THE FUTURE
May 19, 1989 - BERLIN: IMAGES IN PROGRESS
May 20, 1989 - BERLIN: IMAGES IN PROGRESS
May 20, 1989 - BERLIN: IMAGES IN PROGRESS
May 21, 1989 - BERLIN: IMAGES IN PROGRESS
May 22, 1989 - BERLIN: IMAGES IN PROGRESS
May 24, 1989 - A HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL PERFORMANCE EVENT
May 25, 1989 - A HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL PERFORMANCE EVENT
May 30, 1989 - BAD ACTING: PERFORMANCE AND CHARACTERIZATION ON SCREEN
May 31, 1989 - REPRESENTATION OF THE SUBJECT IN VIDEO
June 1, 1989 - FIRST THURSDAY PRESENTS
June 2, 1989 - FRANK MOORE PERFORMANCE
June 4, 1989 - ACHTUNG! (HEY!): HALLWALLS ON THE ROAD!
June 6, 1989 - NYSCA TOWN MEETING ON FILM AND MEDIA
June 8, 1989 - SWEAT, SPITTLE AND OTHER JUICES: TRANSMITTED IMAGES OF WOMEN
June 9, 1989 - SWEAT, SPITTLE AND OTHER JUICES: TRANSMITTED IMAGES OF WOMEN
June 10, 1989 - 100 JAHRE ADOLF HITLERL DIE LETZTE STUNDE IM FUHRERBUNKER
June 16, 1989 - CONTEST OF PHANTOMS
June 21, 1989 - HALLWALS BENEFIT
June 29, 1989 - ECLECTIC VISIONS: IMAGES OF THE METROPOLIS IN A RURAL LANDSCAPE
June 30, 1989 - ECLECTIC VISIONS: IMAGES OF THE METROPOLIS IN A RURAL LANDSCAPE
July 6, 1989 - FIRST THURSDAY PRESENTS



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