11: Opening of an exhibition featuring work by Hans Arp, Otto van Rees and Anya van Rees-Dutilh, at Galerie Tanner, Zurich. Most notable for the first meeting of Arp and Sophie Taeuber.
5: First night of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland.
26: Richard Huelsenbeck arrives in Zurich from Berlin.
23: Arthur Cravan loses to Jack Johnson in a boxing match at the Plaza de Toros Monumental, Barcelona.
15: Publication of the first, last and only issue of Cabaret Voltaire magazine.
14: ‘First Dada Evening’, at the Zunfthaus zur Waag, Zurich.
11: First of Jacques Vaché’s ‘War Letters’ to André Breton.
25: Publication of the first issue of Picabia’s 391 magazine, in Barcelona.
10: Publication of issue 2 of Picabia’s 391, in Barcelona.
1: Publication of issue 3 of Picabia’s 391, in Barcelona.
25: Publication of issue 4 of Picabia’s 391, in Barcelona.
29: Grand opening of Galerie Dada, 19 Bahnhofstrasse, Zurich.
Publication of the first issue of Dada magazine, in Zurich.
Publication of issue 2 of Dada magazine, in Zurich.
25: Arthur Cravan and Mina Loy marry in Mexico City.
12: First meeting of Club Dada, Berlin.
23: Soirée Tristan Tzara at the Zunfthaus zur Meisen, Zurich.
6: Jacques Vaché dies of an opium overdose in Nantes.
15: Publication of the only issue of Jedermann sein eigner Fussball in Berlin. The authors are arrested after serenading Government offices on Wilhelmstrasse at the end of a promotional parade.
First issue of Literature is published in Paris.
17: Tristan Tzara arrives in Paris from Zurich.
11: The Anti-skyscraper (Antigratteciellistes) party win the first elections of the ‘Commune libre de Montmartre’, beating, amongst others, a dadaist slate of Picabia, Dermée, Breton and Tzara.
1: Opening of the First International Dada Fair, Berlin.
13: The mock trial of Maurice Barrès is staged, in the Salle des Sociétés Savantes, rue Danton, Paris.
Publication in Paris of only issue of Le Coeur à Barbe, edited by Tristan Tzara.