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November Exhibitions Two At Once Tony Conrad - Installation of recent drawings and paintings Auste Peciura - Recent Work November 2-30 Opening Reception Friday November 2 immediately following performance by Tony Conrad which begins at 8:30. Special Outside Exhibition Hallwalls: 5 Years A premiere of the travelling exhibition representing Hallwalls Artists from 1974 to the present. November 5-15 Opening Reception November 5 at 8:30 PM Union Hall Gallery State University College of Buffalo Presented by the Art Education Department. Events Fri. Nov. 2 8:30 PM In Performance A performance piece by Tony Conrad in conjunction with the opening of his exhibition. Reception for exhibitions to follow. Sat. Nov. 3 8:30 PM Visiting Artist* Auste Pecuira whose work may be seen at Hallwalls during November, will discuss her work. Sun. Nov. 11 8:30 PM In Performance* Judy Nylon, known widely as an underground rock singer, will perform with Marty Watt in a performance using elements from works by other artists. Sat. Nov. 17 8:30 PM The Performing Composer* Lydia Lunch, star of the New Cinema and lead singer from Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, will deliver "Music Theory" and present a new album premiere. Tues. Nov 20 8:30 PM Film Screening* Vivienne Dick will screen and discuss her film "Beauty and the Beast." ** Mon. Nov. 26 Fiction Diction* Lucy Lippard, distinguished art critic and fiction writer will read Propaganda Fictions. Thurs. Nov. 29 8:30 PM The Performing Composer* Peter Gordon, founder of the Love of Life Orchestra, in a solo performance. * $1 admission. Members Free. ** Funds provided by the Young Filmmakers/Video Arts and the Film Bureau. Hallwalls 30 essex st. buffalo new york 14213 716 886 7592 Hallwalls is supported in part by the New York State Council on the Arts and The National Endowment for the Arts. ADS Vouchers are accepted for all events.
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