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December 01, 1978 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-01

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First Invitational Art Show
Among Activities at Center

An art show, concert and
senior adult activities are
among the events scheduled
at the Jewish Community
Center and branch.
The Center will conduct
its first invitational art
show Sunday through Dec.
17 at the main Center com-
plex in West Bloomfield.
A total of 34 artists are
td to show their works,
eluding sculpture, paint-
ings, prints and ceramics.
Examples of calligraphy
also will be displayed.
Rabbi Joseph Gut-
mann, professor of art
history at Wayne State
University and adjunct
curator at the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts, will de-
liver a talk 8 p.m. Sunday
on "Jewish Art — The
Facts and the Fictions."
Dr. Gutmann's appear-
ance is co-sponsored by
the Sunday Jewish Sing-
les and the Center.
At 3:30 p.m., the -Center
Symphony Orchestra,
under the direction of Julius
Chajes, will present a con-
cert featuring "Fugue in A
Minor for Strings" by
Chajes; "Violin Concerto in
E Major" by Bach; and
Boccherini's cello concerto.
Soloists include Mischa
Rachlevsky, violinist;
David Levine, cellist; and

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This sculpture, "Tzedek Variation," by Detroit
sculptor Morris Brose will be among the items dis-
played in the first invitational art show slated to take
place Sunday through Dec. 17 at the main Jewish
Community Center. A total of 34 artists will display
work in various media.
David Wilson, harpsichor- Rogers, Hava Schaver, Paula
K.S. Zaks and Linda Zalla, paint!.
dist. There is a charge.
ing; Irwin Hollander, Paul Levi,
The art show will feature Stanley Rosenthal, Marilyn
art films during its run. The Schechter and Reva Shwayder,
Dorothy Dunitz
films will be presented printmaking;
and Stuart Shulman, ceramics;
noon-8 p.m. daily
and Lynn Avadenka, callig-
Monday-Dec. 14. "Picasso Is raphy.
90" and "American Vision"
The New Young Dancers
will be shown Monday and
Guild will present two pro-
Tuesday and Dec. 11 and 12.
grams Dec. 17. At 1:30 p.m.,
"Picasso — War, Peace and the junior company will per-
Love" and "Shapes and form "Joseph and His
Andre Matisse" will be Technicolor Dream Coat."
shown Wednesday and
At 3 p.m., the senior com-
Thursday and Dec. 13 and pany will perform "The
14.
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Artists participating in Man Who Invented Blue
the show are: Irving Berg, Jeans." There is a charge.

Morris Brose, Jay Lefkowitz, Ar-
thur Schneider, Hanna Stiebel
and Charlotte Zack, sculpture;
Thelma Abel, Anita Baxter,
Janice Charach, Naomi Dwor-
kis, David Einstein, Sophie For-
don, Ben Glicker, Barbara
Greene, Marjorie Hecht. Craig
Hofheimer, Shirley Kallus, Bar-
bara Keidan, Richard Kozlow,
Donald Mendelson, Linda Men-
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 1, 1918 53

Singles Events

SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish
Community Center will
hear Rabbi Joseph Gut-
mann, professor of art his-
tory at Wayne State Uni-
versity, 8 p.m. Sunday in
the main Jewish Center.
Rabbi Gutmann will speak
on "Jewish Art — The Facts
and Fictions." An ice cream
social will follow. There is a
charge for the ice cretin so-
cial. Bowling is held the
second and fourth Sundays
of the month at Hartfield
Lanes at 7 p.m. Open board
meetings are held 8 p.m. the
second Monday of the
month at the 10 Mile Cen-
ter. For information, call
Phil Fabian, 9C7-4110; Lois
Moore, 968-3054; or
Dorothy Shapiro, 557-2599.
Singles age 30 and up are
invited.
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The senior adult de-
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Marshall Disner will
speak on "Senior Citizen
Problems" 1 p.m. today in
the 10 Mile Center branch
for the senior adult Fri-
day afternoon lecture
series. Future speakers
include Bernard Fires-
tone, Dec. 8; Rabbi
Harold Loss, Dec. 15; and
Rabbi David Nelson, Dec.
22.
The senior adults will
hear the Renaissance Quar-
tet 8 p.m. Dec. 10 in the
Center branch for the
group's Sunday Night
Musicale series. Artists in-
clude John Mohnkern,
Lucia Brill Schon, Jean
Gregory and Don Gregory.
Refreshments will be
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