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31 Chicago Deadline for entries to Chicago Film Festival. Last year the festival honored such diverse work as Boys Don't Cry, Rory Kennedy's American Hollow and the Czech short film End of the Season. Information: 312-425-9400 fax: 312-425-0944, www.chicagofilmfestival.com.

31-Aug 5 New York "Painting the Line" at the School of Visual Arts Eastside Gallery, 214 E. 21st St. Featuring the work of Gonzalo Fuenmayor and Kajsa Sexton. Information: 212-592-2010.

31-Aug 6 New York National Design Triennial: Design Culture. Now at the Cooper Hewitt Museum, 91st St. and 5th Ave. An exhibit of influential American architecture and design, including public benches, futuristic workspaces, ergonomic toothbrushes and Martha Stewart paint. Information: 212-849-8380, www.si.edu/ndm.

31-Sep 7 Minneapolis AICP show, The Art and Technique of the American Television Commericial, at the Walker Art Center, 725 Vineland Place at Hennepin Ave. Information: Kirk Hokanson 612-617-0000.

31-Sep 14 Tallahassee The Florida Department of State presents "The Manipulated Image," photography by Allan Maxwell. The artwork is on exhibit at the Old Capitol Gallery in the Florida State Capitol. Information: Sandy Shaughnessy 850-487-2980.

31-Oct 22 New York The Whitney Museum hosts an exhibit of Barbara Kruger's photomontages. Kruger's work, especially her trademark white-on-red type treatment, has been an undeniable force in advertising. The Whitney Museum is located at 945 Madison Avenue. Information: 212-570-3676, www.whitney.org.


15-17 New York Jupiter Online Advertising Forum. Traditional and online industry leaders examine the key issues facing the future of online advertising at the in the Sheraton Hotel and Towers. This year's agenda includes keynote speakers Bob Davis, president and CEO_of Lycos, and Keith Reinhard, chairman and CEO_of DDB Worldwide. Information: www.jup-.com/jupiter/.

18-Sep 7 New York American Institute of Graphic Arts National Exhibition: Graphic Design New York, 1950-2000. At Grand Central Station, 42nd St. and Lexington Ave. Information: 212-807-1990, www.aiga.org.

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