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June 23, 1989 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-23

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Lynne Avadenka's "Lamentations, 1989" will be among the pieces
exhibited by the artist in the Ongoing Michigan Artists Program at the
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'Telling Stories' Exhibit
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"Telling Stories/Compelling
Events" pairs two artists who
combine words and images to
create powerful visual
statements. Lynne Avadenka
of Huntington Woods and
Kathy Constantinides of Ann
Arbor are featured in this
seventh exhibition of the
Ongoing Michigan Artists
Program (OMAP) at the
Detroit Institute of Arts.
The exhibition, currently
on display, continues through
Aug. 20. The exhibition is
sponsored by the AT and T
Foundation, the state of
Michigan, the city of Detroit
and the Founders Society.
Trained as a printmaker,
with a decided interest in
making books, Avadenka has
expanded her format. Her re-
cent work is in the form of
large painted wood book-like
structures bearing lines of
hand-set typography referr-
ing to passages in the first
five books of the Bible. She
received her M.F.A. degree
from Wayne State University
and has been awarded grants
from Michigan Council for
the Arts and National En-
dowment for the Arts.
Constantinides examines
cultural rituals in her room-
size installation which fuses
images, objects, written
materials and sound. Con-
stantinides received her
M.F.A. degree from Eastern
Michigan University and also
has received a MCA grant.
Virginia Maksymowicz, ar-
tist/writer and former
visiting faculty member at
Wayne State University and
Oberlin College, is the author
of the exhibition catalogue.
Telling Stories/Compelling
Events is open to the public
without charge during
regular museum hours: 9:30
a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday
through Sunday.

Meanwhile, the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts has been
awarded a $75,000 grant for
general operating support by
the Institute of Museum Ser-
vices, Washington, D.C., an
independent federal agency.
The DIA is one of 400
organizations in the country
selected from more than
1,350 applicants in all
museum disciplines.
This is the seventh year
that the DIA has been
acknowledged by IMS.

Fabulous Fakes
Focus Of Talks

Samuel Sachs II, director of
the Detroit Institute of Arts,
will speak on "Fakes,
Forgeries and Other Decep-
tions" at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Edsel and Eleanor Ford
House in Grosse Pointe
Shores.
On July 11 at 7:30 p.m.,
Gary Vikan, assistant direc-
tor of the Walters Art Gallery
in Baltimore, Md., will talk
about the exhibition, "Artful
Deception: The Craft of the
Forger."
The exhibition is open
Wednesday through Sunday
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Cranbrook Has
Art Exhibition

"The student Summer
Show," an exhibition of works
by 65 recently graduated
students from Cranbrook
Academy of Art, will be on
view at the museum through
Sept. 17.
The exhibition features
work from each of the nine
departments: architecture,
ceramics, design, fiber,
metalsmithing, painting,
photography, printmaking
and sculpture.

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