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September and October, 1989


Hallwalls Calendar: September and October, 1989.

Artists associated with this publication:
Lester Bowie, John Bacon, Peter Matthiessen, Amalie R. Rothschild, Denise Bostrom, Jane Warrenbrand, Ira Manhoff, Victoria Schultz, Martha Rosler, Anna Maria Garcia, Alexandra Juhasz, Laura Kipnis, Lori Hiris, Irene Schonwit, Kate Horsfield, Ellen Spiro, Bruce LaBruce, Amos Gitai, Barbara Lattanzi, Karen Ramspacher, Peggy Ahwesh, Joan Braderman, Mary Ann Capehart, Cecilia Condit, Chris Hill, Sylvie Poirier, Jacqueline Polonko, John Greyson, Mike Hoolboom, Richard Kerr, Phillip Hoffman, Lysanne Thibodeau, Tanya Zabinski, Charles A. Wright, Reynold Pritikin, Nayland Blake, Jon Winet, Margaret Crane, Lutz Bacher, David Cannon Dashiell, Dawn Fryling, Terry Fox, Tom Marioni, Paul Kos, David Ireland


Some events connected to this publication:
September 2, 1989 - CANADA IS BIGGER THAN THE U.S.
September 15, 1989 - BAY AREA CONCEPTUALISM: TWO GENERATIONS
September 21, 1989 - GLASNOST FILM FESTIVAL
September 23, 1989 - FREE FALL: A SERIES OF MUSICAL IMPROVISATIONS
September 26, 1989 - SPIRITUAL PORNOGRAPHY & MATERIAL LIVES
September 27, 1989 - ANIMATION CELBRATION
September 27, 1989 - INTERFILM 7: BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL
October 3, 1989 - THE POLITICS AND POETICS OF FEMINISM, SEXUALITY, AND REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM
October 4, 1989 - FREE FALL: THE ROVA SAXOPHONE QUARTET
October 5, 1989 - FIRST THURSDAY
October 6, 1989 - FREE FALL: THE STRING TRIO OF NEW YORK
October 10, 1989 - THE POLITICS AND POETICS OF FEMINISM, SEXUALITY, AND REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM
October 11, 1989 - FREE FALL: TRANS MUSEQ
October 12, 1989 - FREE FALL: THE MC BAND
October 15, 1989 - PETER MATTHIESSEN
October 16, 1989 - CANADA IS BIGGER THAN THE U.S.
October 17, 1989 - CANADA IS BIGGER THAN THE U.S.
October 18, 1989 - THE POLITICS AND POETICS OF FEMINISM, SEXUALITY, AND REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM
October 20, 1989 - CENSORED! AN EVENING OF OBJECTIONABLE ART
October 21, 1989 - NEW ISRAELI CINEMA
October 24, 1989 - GLASNOST FILM FESTIVAL: CINE FANTOM
October 27, 1989 - FREE FALL: JIN HI KIM AND JOSEPH CELLI
October 28, 1989 - CANADA IS BIGGER THAN THE U.S.
October 29, 1989 - CANADA IS BIGGER THAN THE U.S.
October 29, 1989 - FREE FALL: LESTER BOWIE WITH JOHN BACON JR. AND MULTI JAZZ DIMENSIONS



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