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February, 2000.


Hallwalls Calendar: February, 2000.

Artists associated with this publication:
Amy Borenzo, Yoonmi Nam, Roberto Pacheco, Caplyn Dor, Bruce Adams, Rose Popper, Jackie Felix, Austin Allen, Caroline Koebel, Craig Baldwin, Tiny Bell Trio, Seido Salifoski, Brad Shepik, Brad Shepik & The Commuters, Peter Epstein, Tony Scherr, Kenny Wollesen, Billy Bang, Hamiet Bluiett, Ethnic Heritage Ensemble, Kahil El'Zabar, Joseph Bowie, Ernest Khabeer Dawkins, Paul Jarrico, Herbert J. Biberman, Michael Wilson, Charlene Gilbert, Olenka Bodnarskyj-Gunn, Nancy Dwyer, Charles Clough, Robert Longo, Cindy Sherman, Earle I. Mack, Garth Fagan, Marion Jones Hawks, Hugh Hardy, Trisha Brown, George E. Pataki, Grachan Moncur III, Leroy Jenkins, Lester Bowie, Roswell Rudd, Frank Foster, Charles Earland, Ronnie Foster, Malachi Thompson, David Murray, Rey Scott, Sun Ra, Ajamu Michael Hopkins, Joe Rozler, Jeff Hermanson, Rick McRae, Reynold Scott, Greg Millar, John Bacon Jr.


Some events connected to this publication:
January 29, 2000 - BLOCKBUSTER
January 29, 2000 - JACKIE FELIX THE MOON IS A MOBIUS
January 29, 2000 - SYMMETRIES
February 10, 2000 - CRAIG BALDWIN
February 12, 2000 - ETHNIC HERITAGE ENSEMBLE
February 17, 2000 - BRAD SHEPIK AND THE COMMUTERS
February 19, 2000 - HOT CHILI, COLD BEER
February 23, 2000 - CHARLENE GILBERT
February 25, 2000 - VISITING SUN RA
February 26, 2000 - AUSTIN ALLEN
March 10, 2000 - SALT OF THE EARTH



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