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In 1980 in Ukiah, Mendocino County, California, a three day International Art Festival was created by Mendocino area dadaists...INTERDADA80. Cavallinni came from Italy and was our guest of honor. The afore mentioned dadaists were Buster Cleveland, Steve Caravello (Niko Vanzetti) andPolly Esther Nation. There were banquets, parades, dance contests and much more, all well documented.

I am strongly suggesting our festival was the beginning of organized DADA IN CALIFORNIA and Interdada 84, created by Ginny Lloyd, was a follow up event, not at all the beginning of California DADA. Ask her...

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