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[[image]] OPENING LOS ANGELES THEATRE CENTER SEASON JANUARY 1985 / MAY 1986 DETAILS: (213) 461-0354 The Woman's Building is now accepting static and non static proposals for 1985 Send for The Woman's Building, Gallery Council 1727 N. Spring St. Los Angeles, CA 90012 213/221-6161 WASHINGTON PROJECT FOR THE ARTS 400 Seventh Street N.W. Washington, D.C. 20004 BOOKWORKS Washington's exclusive outlet for the finest selection of artists' books, art magazines, experimental music recordings. P.S. 122 PERFORMANCE SPACE 122 150 FIRST AVENUE & 9TH ST. NYC 10009 (212) 477-5288 [[2 images]] Video Data Bank On Art and Artists: A collection of 200 videotaped interviews, performances, documentations, and experimental forums with artists and critics. Annotated catalog $2. Video Tape Review: A collection of 200 video art works which reflect both early video aesthetics and state-of-the-art advancements in video technology. Annotated catalog free. For more information: Video Data Bank, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Columbus Drive at Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois 60603, 312/443/3793. [[image]] ABC NO RIO OPEN & SMOKING Performances Wanted 156 RIVINGTON ST NY NY 10002 212-254-3697 PIPELINE... through which the artist's creative energies may flow freely, and through nurturing and collaboration come to fruition as a theatrical performance. Factory Place Theater 213-629-2205 Boyd Street Theater FF FRANKLIN FURNACE Weekly Performances Archive for Artists Books Multi-media Installations 112 FRANKLIN ST. NEW YORK, N.Y. 10013 212-925-4671
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