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April 08, 1983 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-08

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Russian Artists Exhibit at JCC

ceramic plaques will be ex-
hibited.
Troitsky studied at the
Leningrad Academy of
Art, but was forbidden to
exhibit in the Soviet
Union. His works in
tempera, gouache and
mixed media will be on
display.
A native of Lvov, Shayne
will exhibit pictures made
of aged marble.
The public is invited free
of charge.
Russian Jewish musi-
cians Nikolai Lemberg and
Alexander Resin will ap-
pear in a Jelkish Music
Month concert 8 p.m. April
16 in the, Aaron -DeRoy
Studio Theater of the Cen-
ter.
A flutist, Lemberg was
graduated from the Mos-
cow Conservatory. In
Moscow, he played under
the baton of Maxim Shos-
takovich and was a
member of a chamber
music ensemble spe-
cializing in the Baroque
period.
A pianist, • Resin was
graduated from the Gnesin
Institute in Moscow. He is a
teacher and performer.
Works by Vivaldi, Bach,
Mozart, Schubert; Debussy
and Faure will be per-
formed. Tickets will be
available at the door.

The Jewish :Community
Center will exhibit art
works by Russian Jewish
immigrant artists Sunday
through April 24 at the
main Center complex.
Among the artists whose
works will be displayed are: .
Natalia Mumzhiu, Mark
Troitsky, Edward Shayne,
Irene Dobrusin and Irina
Gendelman.
Mrs. Mumzhiu was
graduated from- the Lenin-
grad Architectural Insti-
tute. Her water colors,
graphics and hand-painted
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Philo
Bregstein,
writer-in-residence at the
University of Michigan,
will spedk at the main
Center at 1 p.m. April 17.
Bregstein will discuss his
films, "The Past That Lives"
and "In Search of Jewish
Amsterdam."

Cultural Arts -
Tour of New York

The Jewish Center will
sponsor a cultural arts tour
of New York May 13-15.
Cost of the trip inctudes air
fare, accommodations
(based on double occupancy)
at the Empire Hotel, a visit
to the Israel Embassy, serv-
ices at a Spanish-
Portuguese Synagogue, .a
bus tour of the Lower and
Upper East Side and a visit
to the Jewish Museum.
Space is limited. For in-
formation and reservations,
call the cultural arts de-
partment, 661-1000, ext.
250. Reservation deadline is
April 15.

Salute to Israel
at Morris Branch

The Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Branch of the Jewish
Center will be the scene of
"A Salute to Israel and the
USA" 7:30 p.m. April 17.
The production will fea-
ture the Center Players,
with guest artists Ruth
Savage, soprano, and Sid-
ney Resnick, baritone. Lil-
lian Zellma'n is the
producer-director.
There is an admission
charge. Tickets are avail-
able at the Center. For in-
formation, call the Morris -
Branch, 967-4030.

Job-Hunting
Workshop- Due

The Oakland University
Continuum Center, in coop-
eration with the Jewish
Community Center of Met-
ropolitan Detroit, will pre-
sent twofive-part job hunt-
ing series at the .main
Jewish Center complex.
The first series will be'
held at 7 p.m. Tuesday
through May 10. The second
_series will be held at 7 p.m.
from June 13 to June 27.
Workshops include job-
hunting skills, writing ef-
fective resumes, job-
interviewing techniques,
networking and packaging
yourself.
There is a fee. For infor-
mation, call the Center,
661-1000.

Immunization
Clinic Available

The Oakland County
Health Division will offer
an immunization clinic for
Farmington and surround-
ing communities at the
William Grace Elementary
School, 29040 Shiawassee,
Farmington Hills, from 9
a.m. to noon Wednesday.
Immunizations - for
measles, German measles,
mumps, polio, diphtheria,
tetanus and whooping
cough are available. A par-
ent or guardian must ac-
company the child under
age 18 and bring any prev-
ious immunization records,
including any letters re-
ceived from the schools.

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