Annual Meeting – Day de Dada Planning

Every year Day de Dada artists  get together and toss around ideas, look at upcoming events and shows and plan what we’d like to do in the up coming months.  This year the group met on Saturday January 30, 2016.  Among other things, we decided to honor the 100th Anniversary of Dada with a continuing theme of birthdays and celebrations running through out our work this year.

The following is a ‘work in progress’ schedule of Day de Dada Events for 2016. Events are open for collaboration and participation.

April 1-3 Fri, Sat, and Sun – Grand Guignol – short one act plays with suspense and horror themes at Hub 17 on Bay St Staten Island. We are playing Dada Games in between the plays as the sets are changed.

April 23, Sat – St George Day Festival, Staten Island – an annual fun outdoors art and community festival. We are doing a Mandala Mail Art Table

May 25 – May 29, 2016 Wed – Sun – Fluxfest in Chicago. A series of events and performances held in Chicago with artists from all over the world

June 11, 2016 – Mandala Mail Art reception and sale at ETG Book Cafe. Day de Dada performances to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of the Dada art movement.

June 25, 2016 Sat – Lumen – happening at Atlantic Salt, Staten Island this year. We are. celebrating the 100th year anniversary of the Dada art movement using traditional birthday actions.

Upcoming and still in the planning stages –
Mobius Gallery, Boston, MA
Art on Division, Somerville NJ
Flux Factory – A moving parade of Fluxus performance with Flux Factory in Broooklyn –
• A Pop Up Cocktail party celebrating the 100th year anniversary of the Dada art movement.

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