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June and July, 1985.

Summerspace exhibition opening, 1985.Summerspace exhibition opening, 1985.

Hallwalls Calendar: June and July, 1985.

Artists associated with this publication:
Gina Zanolli, Rosemarie Sroka, Susan Nowak, Dana Hatchett, Chuck Agro, Kathie Simonds, Roy Freeman, Peter Massing, Howard Peter Martin, Edmund Cardoni, Nancy Golden, Bill Mondlak, Joan Posluszny, Paul Nugent, Hal Barber, Mitzi Smyntek as Francesca DiVita, D.J. Prince Tony, Murphy, Brian Goulet, The Painkillers, William Mondlak, Ronald Ehmke, Natasha Norelli, Fritz Bacher, Anne Wayson, Janet Lundeen, Raymond Hess, Mario, Susan Barnes, Valia Oliver, Mark Joyce, Kathleen Sherin, June Le Claire, Becky Koenig, Catherine Shuman, Don Metz, Mike Basinski, James Perone, Richard Porta, Tony Corell, Jody Lafond


Some events connected to this publication:
June 4, 1985 - BRAND NEW MOVIES
June 4, 1985 - JODY LAFOND
June 4, 1985 - TOM CORRELL
June 8, 1985 - DEATH OF A MAMMAL
June 8, 1985 - THE HAL BARBER VARIETY SHOW
June 14, 1985 - DON METZ, MIKE BASSINSKI, JAMES PERONE
June 14, 1985 - SUMMERSPACE INVITATIONAL I - TRANSFIGURATION
June 19, 1985 - SUMMERSPACE OPEN SCREENING
June 19, 1985 - SUMMERSPACE OPEN VIDEO SCREENING
June 28, 1985 - LEROY JENKINS' STING!
July 12, 1985 - SUMMERSPACE INVITATIONAL II - FORM AND FICTION
July 12, 1985 - SUMMERSPACE PERFORMANCE - EUROPE



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