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Marshall Booris

November 15, 1975
Artist: Marshall Booris
Installation. G Street.


September-October 1975. 

 Turtle Environment. Pool in which Emma the turtle swam. G Street.

Women in the Arts

November 22 and 23, 1975.
Artists: Karen and David Crommie, Ann Hershey, Phyllis Poulette MacDougal
Curated by Freude Bartlett

Three films presented by filmmaker Freude Bartlett: “Frida Kahlo” by Karen and David Crommie, “Never Give Up: Imogen Cunningham” by Ann Hershey, and “Some Will be Apples” by Phyllis Poulette MacDougal.Kobe 11 ELite PE

Documentary Films Every Monday Night

October 20, November 3, 10, 17, 24, 1975

 The first film series in WPA’s new screening room, KINAMO. Organized by Neal Sacharow.

Two Showings of Dance Films

September 21, 1975.

 Two showings of dance films for D.C. high school students, sponsored by the Modern Dance Council.

Six Week Summer Film Series

June 18, 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23, 1975.

An experimental film festival in association with the Baltimore Film Festival.

Baskin Robbins Superheroes and the People Next Door

December 16, 18, 19, 20, and 21, 1975.

Actors Stage Studio Repertory. G Street.

New Choreographers’ Ensemble

December 13 and 14, 1975.
Director: Sura Friedman

Six original works by area choreographers. G Street.


December 7-21, 1975.
Artists: Leslie Becher and Paul Iorio
Organized by Mary Klaus

Performance. G Street.

Bird in the Dirt.

December 1975.

Performance. G Street.