Inter-Action Calendar Designed by Pentagram and Friends of Inter-Action
London Pentagram 1979
365 reproduced by a range of artists and individuals, one for each day of the year. Members of Pentagram contributed along with Hugh Casson, Willie Rushton and many more. All black and white but monthly divisions on colour sheets providing information on the Inter-Action projects initiated by Berman. In original cardboard box although this is disintegrating. Rope not present. Berman established Inter-Action in London in 1968 to explore new forms of creative and participatory programmes for the Inner City, and find new ways to motivate learning. The work is targeted at disadvantaged families and young people (especially young girls and young women in science and technology), children with learning disabilities and people returning to education or seeking training. Intended as the first Inter-Action Calendar but no later editions traced.