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|Event Date (YYYY-MM-DD)||Event Name||Participants: Last, First (role);|
|1995-10-20||Drawing The Cognitive Connection: Can Making Art Make People Smart?||Levin, Helen (Moderator); Corwin, Sylvia; Desiano, Michael; Foster, Elaine; Hirsch, Dale|
|1995-10-27||Davis, Douglas; Beckley, Connie|
|1995-11-03||What Does Age Have To Do With It?" (Successful artists from 20-80 share insights about age & it's affect on careers)||Marxer, Donna (Moderator); Purdum, Rebecca; Rockman, Alexis; Murray, Elizabeth; DiGiorio, Joe; Gillespie, Dorothy; Slivka, David|
|1995-11-10||In Three Dimensions: Women Sculptors Broaden The Vocabulary Of Aft||Georgia, Olivia (Moderator); Snyder, Kit Yin; Zempel, Jerilca; Yee, Lydia; Warfield, Vivian M.|
|1995-11-17||Grace Stanislaf; Brenson, Michael|
|1995-12-01||Commemorative Evening For "A Day Without Art"|
|1995-12-08||Tenth Street for '96?||Schwartz, Therese (Moderator); Katz, Alex; Pearlstein, Philip; Pasloff, Pat; Hopkins, Budd|
|1995-12-15||On Line/No Line: The Boundary Between Fiction & Reality On TV: An open panel discussion of multi-culturalism & the impact of media in the 90's by 4 prominent film & video makers.||Berger, Sally (Moderator); Cameron, Donna (Organizer)|
|1996-01-26||Uncovering the mysteries of Danto's Aesthetics: his views on the status & intentionality of visual art at thistime in history.||Danto, Arthur (Interviewee); Marinoff, Elaine (Interviewer)|
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