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April 21, 1989 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-21

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I FINE ARTS I

Let Us Entertain
You
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JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT
6600 W. MAPLE, W. BLOOMFIELD, MI 48322

In Concert

World Renowned "•1

Eugenia Zukerman

Detroit Focus
Cites McGee

An extraordinary flutist whose "sheer magic" gifts
of communication extend to other media,
EUGENIA ZUKERMAN is in great demand. She
appears regularly with orchestra, in solo and duo
recitals and is a prominent figure in chamber music
ensembles. Ms. Zukerman is also a successful writer
and television commentator on the arts for CBS
SUNDAY MORNING with Charles Kuralt and has
appeared on a variety of other television programs.

Critics around the world have praised ANDRE-
MICHEL SCHUB for being "timeless, perfect, im-

aginative, incisive, authoritative, passionate, spon-
taneous, dazzling, brilliant and sensitive." He con-
tinues to make headlines and win audience approval
on his global concert tours. The eyes of the world
first focused on Andre-Michel Schub when he made
headlines and front pages as the Winner of the 1981
Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.

Andre-Michel Schub

Saturday, April 22
9:00 p.m.

____

For Reserved Seats
661-1000

FUNDED IN PART BY MICHIGAN COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS AND
THE MANNY AND NATALIE CHARACH ENDOWMENT FUND AT THE JCC

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SPECIAL COUPON
(original value $20 per ticket)

This coupon entitles bearer to two 1/2 price tickets

AN EVENING WITH
EUGENIA ZUKERMAN & ANDRE-MICHEL SCHUB

Jewish Community Center • 6600 West Maple • West Bloomfield
— SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1989, 9:00 P.M. —
Original Value $20

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The Fine Art of

A Sustained Vision:
Charles McGee, a benefit
reception and private gallery
preview to raise funds for
Detroit Focus programs will
open at 6:30 p.m. today at
Detroit Focus, 743 Beaubien,
Detroit.
A Sustained Vision annual-
ly recognizes a particular
philosophy and creative work
process developed by an artist
through the exploration and
extension of his or her chosen
medium. McGee has won a
major national competition
for a commissioned wall relief
for East Lansing City Hall, to
be completed by July 1989.
Cocktails and hors
d'oeuvres will be served and
a McGee special color
catalogue will be issued. The
gallery will also offer a
Passover table for those
guests wishing to attend, but
who are observing the
Passover holiday.
McGee will offer a gallery
talk about his current work to
the public, with no admission
charge on April 29 at 2 p.m.
at Detroit Focus. The McGee
exhibit runs through May 20.

'Art In Park'
Festival Set

The Oak Park Chamber of
Commerce will present its
fourth annual "Art in the
Park" fair on July 4. -
About 70 exhibitors will
display pottery, jewelry,
stained glass, dried flowers
and wooden folk art.
The art fair occurs on the
last day of "Funfest '89."
There also will be pony rides,
band concerts and games.
"Art in the Park" will be

held at the David Shepherd
Park, Oak Park, from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. July 4. For informa-
tion, call the Oak Park
Chamber of Commerce,
547-4000.

Artist Slides
Are Sought

Detroit Focus is accepting
slides from Michigan artists
working in all media in an-
ticipation of the exhibition
From Artists Studios: Cur-
rent Work. Entry deadline is
April 28. A prospectus is
available at the gallery dur-
ing its regular hours,
Wednesday-Saturday, noon-6
p.m. or call Detroit Focus,
962-9025.
Preliminary jurying is by
slide only. Studio visits will
be scheduled during the
month of -May with final
notification by May 31.

Student Art
Is Exhibited

The eighth annual Congres-
sional Art Competition for
high school students, co-
ordinated and conducted by
members of the U.S. House of
Representatives in their
districts, will have an exhibi-
tion of the entries at the
Southfield Civic Center
Gallery May 12-21. Hours are
9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday
through Friday, and 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. on Saturday.
Congressman Sander Levin
will host the reception for
students, teachers, family and
friends on May 21 from 2 to
4 p.m. in the gallery. At that
time scholarships for tuition
will be awarded for continu-
ing education. The first place
entry will be hung in
Washington, D.C., for one
year.

For your viewing pleasure,
William Blackwell of the "Edna
Hibel Corporation," will be at

Available at this showing only.

...Imported Soapstone Boxes
...Framed Reproductions
...Music Boxes
...Collector Plates

...Crystal Sculpture
...Porcelain Dolls

Grossman Gallery, Inc.
Franklin, Michigan

...Porcelain Sculpture

Make your Mother's Day Shopping Easy —

There is a price for everyone!

Kindly R.S.V.P (313) 851-6637

FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1989

Ginopolis On The Grill,
27815 Middlebelt Road,
(at 12 Mile Rd.)
Farmington Hills, Michigan,
Sunday, April 23, 1989
from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
At this time you may view all
new lithos by Edna Hibel, as
well as many of her older
pieces, including pastels and ar-
tist proofs.
Please join us for hors
d'oeuvres, champagne and
showing.

Fred and Becky Grossman

Pictured are some of the pieces to be on display at the 21st Westacres
Artist Market slated for 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 29 on Westacres Drive, off
Commerce Road between Green Lake and Union Lake Roads in West
Bloomfield. Admission is free.

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