Sunday, October 30th (5 p.m.)
760 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL 60642
free and open to the public
You're invited to come to dachi-dacago, a collaborative arts event with mail art, poetry performances, DADA100 cut-up maker, improbable portrait-making, movie tracing machine, and more. Participants include the Bay Area Correspondence School, Read/Write Library, Janina Ciezadlo, Keith M. Kelley, Penelope Rosemont, Vittorio Carli, Charlie Newman, Andrew Oleksiuk, Duane Vorhees, Dan Godston, and special guests.
Dachi-dacago happens during DADA Chicago, a group show that celebrates DADA's Centennial. DADA Chicago features artworks by Schlecter Duvall, Eugenio Granell, Gale Ahrens, Betsy Boemmel, Janina Ciezadlo, Dennis Cunningham, Devin Cain, Laura Corsiglia, Rikki Ducornet, John Duda, Ruti Eckstein, Alexandria Eregbru, Krista Franklin, Paul Garon, Beth Garon, William Cropper, Guy Girard, Ken Hirte, Joseph Jablonski, Michael James, J.J. McLuckie, Sheila Nopper, Tom Palazzolo, Nancy Joyce Peters, Penelope Rosemont, Ody Saban, Ron Sakolsky, Enrico de Santiago, Winston Smith, Helene Smith-Romer, Patrick Turner, Marian Wallace, Joel Williams, Karol Baron, Gabriel Bein-Aime, Artur do Cruzeiro-Sexas, Carlos Cortez, Herr de Vries, Maurice Greenia, Tatsuo Ikeda, Tristan Meinecke, Jacinto Minot, Franklin Rosemont, Sylla, and Venita.
DADA Chicago is organized by the Chicago Surrealist Group, the Friends of DADA, with other outstanding works and contributors.
Interdunal Pipeline by Corey Hagelberg