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May and June, 1987



Hallwalls Calendar: May and June, 1987.

Artists associated with this publication:
Mark Soppeland, Roger Rapp, Paul O'Keefe, Scott Miller, James Lucas, Rob Mihaly, Don Harvey, Masumi Hayashi, Greg Piontek, Axis Ensemble, Julie Kabat, Mitchell Korn, Roberley Bell, Jim Hartel, Jed Jackson, Eric Jensen, Barbara Lattanzi, James Morris, Gary Nickard, David Schirm, Ed Bak, Armin Heurich, Gayle Tufts, Michael Huber, Thom Huber, Lois DiLivio, Chris Dercon, Robert Cahen, Judy Lopatin, Rachel Salazar, Janice Eidus, Jill Ciment, Jean-Luc Godard, Gustav Hamos, Barbara Osborne, Jonathan Ellis, Carl E. Hazlewood, Juan Boza, Victor Davson, Scott Dedecker, James Elaine, Manuel Macarrulla, Kathy Muehlemann, Dan Rice, Nieves Saah, Rafael Sanchez, Paul Claude Gardere, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Barbara Osborne, Chris Dercon, Stefan DeCostere, Gustav Hamos, Martha Wallner, Miriam Loaisiga, Annie Goldson, Carlos Pavam, Robert Wilson, Philip Glass, Gerald Jonas


Some events connected to this publication:
May 3, 1987 - THE MAKING OF EINSTEIN ON THE BEACH
May 4, 1987 - TV SANDINO- TELEVISION FROM NICARAGUA
May 8, 1987 - ISHMAEL HOUSTON-JONES
May 9, 1987 - DISTANT AIRWAVES: NEW TELEVISION FOM EUROPE
May 9, 1987 - ISHAMEL HOUSTON-JONES
May 9, 1987 - PAUL CLAUDE GARDERE
May 9, 1987 - RAFAEL SANCHEZ
May 9, 1987 - REVELATIONS
May 10, 1987 - ARTISTS TALK ON ART: JONATHAN ELLIS
May 11, 1987 - DISTANT AIRWAVES; NEW TELEVISION FROM EUROPE
May 14, 1987 - FRITZ BACHER
May 15, 1987 - FICTION DICTION
May 16, 1987 - FICTION DICTION
May 17, 1987 - THE LAB: BRING A PART, BE A PART
May 21, 1987 - DISTANT AIRWAVES: NEW TELEVISION FROM EUROPE
May 23, 1987 - FIRST ANNUAL UPSTATE TECH NETWORKING WORKSHOP
May 23, 1987 - GAYLE TUFTS: WILD NIGHT
May 29, 1987 - SPACES/HALLWALLS ARISTS EXCHANGE
June 5, 1987 - JULIE KABAT AND MITCHELL KORN
June 11, 1987 - Greg Piontek and the Axis Ensemble
June 12, 1987 - SPACES/HALLWALLS ARTIST EXCHANGE
June 12, 1987 - NIGHTMARE CABARET
June 14, 1987 - THE LAB: FLAG DAY



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