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Event Date (YYYY-MM-DD) Event Name Participants: Last, First (role);
1998-02-13 Erotic Art Today: Is it sexy or just smutty? Marxer, Donna (Moderator and Organizer); Stevens, Mark; Alper, Barbara; Itaba, René; Royalle, Candida; Sheer, Doug (Organizer)
1998-02-20 Throwing your own show Harvey, Steven (Moderator); Richardson, Nadini; Snow, Matthew; Taylor, Elyse; Mayocole, Lynne (Organizer)
1998-02-26 Painter John Alexander discusses his work and career with art dealer Molly Barnes, author of How to Get Hung Marxer, Donna (Organizer)
1998-03-06 Making it in New York (and Brooklyn too!) Merena, Elizabeth (Moderator); Kornfeld, Fran (Moderator and Organizer); Erickson, Steve; Kirby, John; Littman, Brett
1998-03-13 Sculptor Audrey Flack in dialog with Robert C. Morgan, critic and art historian, discusses her art, her career and her controversial new sculpture in Queens, N.Y. Mayocole, Lynn (Organizer); Marxer, Donna (Organizer)
1998-03-20 Courting the Muse Jacob, Isabella (Moderator and Organizer); Lable, Eliot; Maxwell, Douglas; Mayocole, Lynne; Saberg, Libby; Others
1998-03-27 The French in New York Depas, Albert (Moderator); Charriot, Henri; de Folin, Alexandre; Lanzenberg, Nicola; Sariano, Jean; Sheer, Doug (Organizer)
1998-04-03 Dr. Barnaby Ruhe, artist and educator in dialog with performance artist Pat Olesko Ruhe, Barnaby (Organizer)
1998-04-17 Black Mountain College Harris, Mary Emma (Moderator and Organizer)
1998-04-24 Open Screening: Five Slides, Five Minutes, Five Bucks [[underlined]] or [[/underlined]] Bring an Art Video About Yourself or as an Artwork
1998-05-01 Curator's Choice Davidson, Maxwell; Light, Flash (Organizer)
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