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December, 1996 and January, 1997


Film still from Mabarosi by Hirokazu Kore-eda
Film still from Mabarosi by Hirokazu Kore-eda

Hallwalls Calendar: December, 1996 and January, 1997.

Artists associated with this publication:
Zerbe Sodervick, Raymond Federman, Paul Francis, Martin Kruck, Jody Lafond, Mia Brownell, Paulo Buennos, Carol Cloos, Ron Ehmke, Darby Todd Knox, Joel Lewitsky, Ahmed Refaat Soliman, Leandro Soto, Elka Kazmierczak, Eliot King Smith, Kenneth Sherwood, Ellen Christi, Jan Schlegel, Luigi Archetti, Claudio Lodati, Kim Wallee, Sherry Robbins, Patrick Lawler, Mateo Cranford, Linda Montano, Alison Slein, Chris Hill, Jurgen Bruning, Bruce LaBruce, Rick Castro, Greta Schiller, Doris Dorrie, Hirokazu Kore-Eda


Some events connected to this publication:
November 4, 1996 - JOANNA RAJKOWSKA
November 9, 1996 - LANI MAESTRO: CRADLE. UGOY.
November 9, 1996 - WAYS IN BEING GAY
December 1, 1996 - DAY WITHOUT ART: Screenings and Reception for Benedict House
December 6, 1996 - INTERACTIVE HEALING WITH LINDA MONTANO
December 7, 1996 - ELLEN CHRISTI QUARTET
December 7, 1996 - HUSTLER WHITE
December 12, 1996 - RAYMOND FEDERMAN
December 12, 1996 - VISUAL ARTS COMMITTEE OPEN MEETING/OPEN SLIDE FORUM
January 3, 1997 - LONG NIGHTS, BRIGHT SCREENS
January 4, 1997 - MABOROSI/MIRAGE
January 10, 1997 - THE MONSTER/IL MOSTRO
January 11, 1997 - THE MONSTER/IL MOSTRO
January 17, 1997 - NOBODY LOVES ME/KEINER LIEBT MICH
January 18, 1997 - NOBODY LOVES ME/KEINER LIEBT MICH
January 19, 1997 - COFFEE, CULTURE AND COMPANY
January 25, 1997 - BOXES, BOOKS AND ALTARS
January 25, 1997 - THE 1996 ARTIST RESIDENCY EXCHANGE: WNY EXHIBITION AND READING
January 25, 1997 - WHITE PINE PRESS SIGNATURE EDITIONS EXHIBITION
January 30, 1997 - OFF THE PAGE:
January 31, 1997 - PARIS WAS A WOMAN



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