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|Event Date (YYYY-MM-DD)||Event Name||Participants: Last, First (role);|
|1991-10-25||ART, EXISTENTIALISM, AND THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN EXPERIENCE Inspired by the exhibition "The 13 Existential Letters of the Alphabet"||Woods, Jacqueline D. (Moderator); Byrd, John E.; Concholar, Dan; Hutson, Bill; Russell, Carlos E.; Samaras, Triada|
|1991-11-01||ART AND THE NEW DEMOGRAPHICS Who are we talking to?||Arai, Tomie; Finkelpearl, Tom; Hertz, Betti-Sue; Langsten, Rae|
|1991-11-08||ART & SCIENCE: Marriage or Divorce?||Pannucci, Cynthia (Moderator); Bertol, Daniela; Castano, Marie; Chambers, Robert; Rhoads, George; Schwendinger, Leni; Ort, Alena|
|1991-11-15||WOMEN ARTISTS AND THE PAULA COOPER GALLERY: A Portrait Women Who Own Art Galleries, Part II||Hess, Elizabeth (Moderator); Cooper, Paula; Benglis, Lynda; Murray, Elizabeth; Winsor, Jackie; Richmond, Janet (Organizer)|
|1991-11-22||ECO-LOGICAL, ECO-FEMINIST ART Conscious and Subconscious||Kingsley, April (Moderator); Aylon, Helene; Beaumont, Betty; Chin, Mel; Sabbatino, Mary; Straus, Livia|
|1991-11-29||NO PANEL. THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY|
|1991-12-6||ARTISTS AND COMPUTERS Showing the Work, Explaining the Techiques||Astrahan, Ilene (Moderator); Barnes, Sue; Binkley, Tim; Gardiner, Jeremy; Kerlow, Isaac Victor; Pickover, Clifford; Weintraub, Annette; Golomb, I. Leon|
|1991-12-13||ACTIVISM & ART: Personal Approaches to Presenting Moral Ideas in Art||Adler, Brock (Organizer); Adams, Dennis; Birch, Willie; Woods, Donald|
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