Art Lies, Volume 3, October-November 1994 Page: 25
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2 (7:30pm) Double Blind, a film by Sophie Calle and Gregory Shephard, screened at the Rice Media Center.
Calle will discuss the film following the screening.
5 (8pm) RDA Lecture Series: The Classical Idea Katharine Howe
Brown Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Celebrity Chef Benefit Cooking Class (benefits Lawndale)
at Rice Market 6245 Son Felipe
7-8 Evidence of Floods, contemporary puppetry at D-Works
12 (8pm) RDA Lecture Series: The Classical Idea Alex Tzonis
"Artists who Write" benefit at D-Works--Art Guys, Amber Eagle, Tom Moody, Liz Ward, Annette Lawrence,
James Surls, more.
Oct. 13 (7) Lawdale Speakeasy: Marti Mayo
19 (8pm) RDA Lecture Series: The Classical Idea Christopher Monkhouse
27 (7-9pm) Day of the Dead Retablo reception and silent auction at Lawndale
28 Orange Show Gala with Etta James
29 (7-11pm) Seventh Annual Day of the Dead celebration at Lawndale
11 RDA Gala: Sheetrock Around the Clock
18 (6pm) New York artist Dennis Adams in conversation with Houston architect Carlos Jimenez at CAM, before the
opening of Dennis Adams.
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