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May 06, 1988 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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Entertainment Nightly
Cocktail Hour 5 to 7

Catering For ... Weddings,
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6. Industrial Design
Students, Yamasaki Main
Floor Gallery, now through
May 20. 872-3118.

BIRMINGHAM
BLOOMFIELD ART
ASSOCIATION
1516 S. Cranbrook Rd,
Birmingham, Michigan
Fine Arts Competition, now
through May 14, 644-0866.
PARK WEST GALLERY
29469 Northwestern,
Southfield, "Matters of the
Moon," 18th and 19th
Century Japanese
woodcuts, now through
Thursday. 354-2343.
FARMINGTON ARTIST'S
CLUB
Mercy Center, 28800 11
Mile Rd., Gate four
entrance, Farmington Hills,
Joyce Gottlieb, Farmington
Hills Library sculpture,
now through May.
427-7826.
GALLERY YAKIR
"Three Generations of
Israeli Art," now through
May 15. 352-4290.
ART FOR THE
HOMELESS
Englander's showroom,
Birmingham, today through
Sunday, 540-7557.

HUNTINGTON WOODS
LIBRARY
26415 Scotia, paintings and
collages by Prudence
Bernstein, now through
May 31. 542-6327.
RUBINER GALLERY
7001 Orchard Lake Rd.,
Ste. 430A, West Bloomfield,
Fran and Hal Larsen,
paintings of the Southwest,
now through May 27.
626-3111.
MT. CLEMENS ART
FAIR
Macomb Place Mall, today
and Saturday. 469-8666.
GALLERY 22
22 E. Long Lake Rd.,
Bloomfield Hills, "New
From the New York
International Art Show,"
now through May 31.
642-1310.
CRANBROOK
ACADEMY OF ART
MUSEUM
Bloomfield Hills, work by
graduates in architecture,
ceramics, design, fiber and
sculpture, today through
Sunday. 645-3312.
MICHIGAN WATER
COLOR SOCIETY
McGregor Conference
Center, 495 W. Perry Mall,
Detroit, Jan van der Marck
speaks on "What guides
the curator?" Sunday.
352-3973.
DETROIT HISTORICAL
MUSEUM

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