"The Secret of Survival," the last in the Word/Song series sponsored by the International Poetry Forum and the Smithsonian Resident Associate Program, is an evening of Armenian poetry and song with poet Diana Derr Hovanessian, singer Michael Kermoyan and pianist Marion Coben. It will feature music dating from the third century to the present. At the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Sunday at 7:30 p.m. (357-3030) . . . Also at the Hirshhorn, "Computer Graphics in the Modern Arts," Thursday and Friday at 8 p.m. in the basement auditorium. A high-tech evening -- produced by Circuit Studios Inc., in Washington -- this is a compilation of the best in computer-generated animation from studios and schools nationwide . . . It's called "The City": 15 wood, cardboard and fabric structures, an "Oz-like downtown" by James Grashow. At the American Institute of Architects, 1735 New York Ave. NW, April 1-May 10 (626-7300) . . .
Marjorie Scilken and Patricia Dubroof have picked up the multimedia baton. They've opened En Marge, 2108 18th St. NW, as a "noncommission alternative gallery for visual and performance artists." The first exhibit features monotypes by Temahoa Love. Monday Night Closing Party, April 1, 6 p.m. (328-9623) . . . The results of the District of Columbia's One-Act Play Tournament, held at Gallaudet College earlier this month: best production, Showcase Theatre's "The Slave With Two Faces"; best director, Linda Bartash, Silver Spring Stage, "The Sea"; best actor, Joseph Valadez, Zee Theatre, "Bench System"; best actress, Patricia Holmes, Showcase Theatre, "The Slave With Two Faces"; best supporting actor, Wayne Henson, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, "The Fantasticks"; best supporting actress, Joann Linchuck, Silver Spring Stage, "The Sea"; best overall performer, Tanya Edmonds, Color Me Human Players, "A Mother Is"; best original production, Georgetown Workshop Theater, "Solo Fear."