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May, 2000


Hallwalls Calendar: May, 2000.

Artists associated with this publication:
Boris Stout, Alan Stout, Larissa Marangoni, Margaret Crane, Jon Winet, Jane Goldberg, Mark Dresser Trio, Mark Dresser, Denman Maroney, Matthias Ziegler, Odean Pope, Jennifer Reeder, Cate Elwes, Maggie Warwick, Jackie Felix, Milton Welser, Bryan Hopkins, Jeff Sherven, Roberley Bell, Joshua Marks, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Lisa Blamonte, Lorena Guillen, Nicholas Isherwood, Jeanne Palmer-Fornarola, Tammy Wetzel, Nicole Crockett, Bernie Roddy, Kelly Spivey, Tech Arts for Girls, Jody Lafond, Anya Lewin, Vincenzo Mistretta, Lara Odell, Cheryl Jackson, Terry Klein, Meg Knowles, Caroline Koebel, Julia Dzwonkoski, Garland Godinho. Stephanie Gray, Chris Borkowski, Tony Conrad, Ghen Dennis, Sarah Snow, Paul Lyon, Borak Refaeli, Vanessa Churchill, Kierin Baldwin, Mike McGrath, Jimmy Rahn, Pete Schirmer, Zlatan Filipovic, Tom Rogers, John Scannel, Bethany Carlson, Sarah Mamet, Ryan Prince, Dan Fuller, Larval, Schleigho, One World Tribe, Birth, Kenneth Anger


Some events connected to this publication:
April 15, 2000 - LARISSA MARANGONI ONE DAY OF DOMESTIC RITUALS
April 15, 2000 - SAFETY
May 5, 2000 - INDIANERLIEDER: IN THE SKY I AM WALKING
May 5, 2000 - NO FRILLS FOUR
May 12, 2000 - LABOR FILM SERIES
May 19, 2000 - ARTISTS AND MODELS AFFAIR XVII: BUFFALO BABYLON



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