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Oct. 9 Opening reception for The Art Directors Club exhibition tied to the release of Miramax's Naqoyqatsai, the third film in Godfrey Reggio's "Qatsi" trilogy. Film and plasma screens will reflect Reggio's viewpoint of the several ways in which technology has altered our standard of living, with music by Philip Glass. ADC, 106 W. 29th St., New York. RSVP for reception: 212-643-1440 or res@adcny.org. The exhibition runs through Nov. 6

Oct. 26 Graphic Artists Guild National Conference, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Philadelphia. gag.org/convention2002. The conference follows the Guild's 2002 National Board Meeting on Oct. 24-25.

Oct. 28 The opening of "The Masters Series: Paula Scher, Make It Bigger." An exhibition at New York's Visual Arts Museum, 209 East 23rd St., honoring Pentagram principal Paula Scher (one of her posters is seen here), who is the 16th recipient of the Masters Series Award given by the School of Visual Arts. The show closes Nov. 20. Call 212-592-2207 or e-mail proffice-@adm.schoolofvisualarts.edu.

Oct. 29 The first of four consecutive Tuesday nights, 6:30-8:30, in a multimedia lecture series by Arlen Schumer, co-founder of the Dynamic Duo Studio: "Superheroes in the '60s: Comics & Counterculture." CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Ave., New York. Registration: 212-817-8215 or continuinged@cc.cuny.edu.

Nov. 14 The 2002 AICE Awards Show, at The Highlands, L.A. The second annual AICE Show honors the best in commercials editing. A second event will be held in New York on Nov. 21. aice.org or 212-972-3556.

Nov. 14 ADC Hall of Fame Celebration, honoring 2001-2002 laureates Rich Silverstein, Giorgio Soavi, Edward Sorel and Philip Meggs. The Art Directors Club, 106 W. 29th St., New York. 212-643-1440.

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