1983 | Catalyst



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Walter Kravitz: A Stairway

Dec. 16, 1983-Jan. 21, 1984.

Artist: Walter Kravitz.
A Stairway (an installation specially designed for WPA’s main stairwell). 400 7th St., NW

The Incredible Lobby

December 3-17, 1983.

The Incredible Lobby. An installation produced by the Dog Dream Project, four artists who worked to transform WPA’s lobby into the lobby of the Hotel Incredible. Ava-Teri/Joy of Motion and the It Grows On Trees Players performed at the opening.

Nancy Garruba and Joan Wolbier

May 29 – June 21, 1983.

Artists: Nancy Garruba and Joan Wolbier.
Money is in This Year. An installation in Bookworks and the performance gallery based on people’s attitudes toward money. Held in conjunction with a performance on the same subject.

Bookworks Windows

April 29-May 22, 1983.

Artists: Sas Colby and Nat Dean.
Bookworks Windows.  400 7th St., NW.

Colab Gift and Souvenir Shop

March 26 – April 25, 1983.

Colab Gift and Souvenir Shop. Artists’ books, cards, objects, and other multiples made by artists who are members of Collaborative Projects Inc. and sold in Bookworks during the Ritz Project

Molly van Nice: The Daybooks of Maglia Fe.

February 25 – March 19, 1983.

Artist: Molly van Nice.
The Daybooks of Maglia Fe. An exhibition of one-of-a-kind bookworks.

Labor Editorial En Norm Les

January 21 – February 19, 1983.

Labor Editorial En Norm Les. An exhibition of artists’ books produced in a literary workshop in rural Mexico during which printing was taught. Organized by Felipe Ehrenberg.

Dog Dream Project

Dec. 3-15, 1983.

Dog Dream Project, Ava-Teri/Joy of Motion Dance Center. The Incredible Lobby. 400 7th St., NW

New Music America Performance Series

Oct. 8-10, 1983.

New Music America Performance Series. A series of performances held in association with 400 7th St., NW

Paradise Island Express: Fefu and Her Friends

July 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, and 27-31, 1983.

Paradise Island Express. Fefu and Her Friends. Performance of Maria Irene Fornes’ play. Directed by Dierdre Lavrakas. 400 7th St., NW [xc 059