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February, 1997


Hallwalls Calendar: February, 1997

Artists associated with this publication:
Bill Thomas, Dwight Montgomery Smith, Greta Schiller, Tony Buba, Raymond Henderson, Manuel Pina, Linda Benincasa, Jim Purcell, Lela Mandzyk, Jeanne Jordan, Steven Ascher, Sandra Freeman, Margaret Smith, Millie Ramos, Cyd Cox, Susan Smith, Juanita Evans, Amanda Occhino, Kamie Lavis, Lynn Corcoran, Austin Allen, Haile Gerima, Ryszard Kapuscinski, Luis Cruz Azaceta, John Copoulos, Janieta Eyre, Marcia Hillis, Josh Iguchi, Robo Kocan, Sasha YungJu Lee, Leone and Macdonald, Hillary Leone, Jennifer Macdonald, LuLu LoLo, Laurie Long, Gabriel Martinez, Mary Fielding McCleary, Randy Moore, Yasumasa Morimura, Lori Nix, Howardena Pindell, Elise Mitchell Sanford, Kenny Schachter, Christina Schlesinger, Cindy Sherman, virocode/Andrea Mancuso, Peter D'Auria, Kurt Von Voetsch, Laine Whitcomb, Sylvie Fortin


Some events connected to this publication:
February 1, 1997 - A DAY/IN THE LIFE
February 1, 1997 - PARIS WAS A WOMAN
February 6, 1997 - LOOKING BACK, MOVING FORWARD:
February 8, 1997 - IN TRANSITION: LABOR AND LANDSCAPE
February 13, 1997 - IN TRANSITION: LABOR AND LANDSCAPE:
February 13, 1997 - OPEN SLIDE FORUM
February 14, 1997 - IN TRANSITION: LABOR AND LANDSCAPE:
February 14, 1997 - SUPPORTING ROLES
February 21, 1997 - IN TRANSITION: LABOR AND LANDSCAPE:
February 22, 1997 - IN TRANSITION: LABOR AND LANDSCAPE:
February 27, 1997 - LOOKING BACK, MOVING FORWARD:
February 28, 1997 - LOOKING BACK, MOVING FORWARD:
March 15, 1997 - ALTERED EGOS



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