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|Event Date (YYYY-MM-DD)||Event Name||Participants: Last, First (role);|
|1988-01-15||BUFFIE JOHNSON: Looking back at the '40s.||Wiegand, Bob (interviewer)|
|1988-01-22||WHY DID YOU DO THAT? Artists as critics of their own work.||Berman, Avis (moderator); Celmins, Vija; Close, Chuck; Kahn, Tobi; Rand, Steven; Von Rydingsvärd, Ursula; Shapiro, Joel.|
|1988-01-29||C'MON, WHAT'S IT REALLY WORTH? How to price your art.||Shakespeare, Valerie (moderator); Baer, Martha; Karp, Ivan; Nosei, Annina; Rubell, Don; Rubell, Mera.|
|1988-02-05||INTERSECTIONS OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND ART: Artists who use photography.||Morgan, Robert C. (moderator); Adams, Mac; Burson, Nancy; Carey, Ellen; Jones, Bill; Ottmann, Klaus.|
|1988-02-12||SURVIVAL SOLUTIONS FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN ART FORMS: Afro Centric Artists talk about their art.||Wilson, Arthur T. (moderator); Alonzo, Cecil; Billops, Camille; Blackburn, Robert; Jackson, Deliah; Reynolds, Pearl; Williams, Steve.|
|1988-02-19||NEW AGE ART: A metaphysical approach to the healing powers and revelations experienced through art.||Raskin, Patricia (moderator); Avery; Gaynor, Ruth; Stanton, Sandra; Swann, Ingo.|
|1988-02-26||THE PRIMACY OF PIGMENT: Color, paint and pigment and why painting is a unique medium.||Gardner, Ginnie (moderator); Feller, Robert; Johnston-Feller, Ruth; Guerra, Art; Phillips, Jonathan; Rabinowitz, Bill; Strick, Louis.|
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