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September 29, 1989 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-29

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I ENTERTAINMENT I

May you be inscribed in
.the book of life for many
years of good health.

Society's Child

, Continued from preceding page

DETROIT

Italian-American Dining At It's Finest

Wishes its customers
and friends
A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

833-9425

Johnny and Pete Ginopolis
and the employees of

at as Ocal

27815 Middlebelt at 12 Mile • Farmington Hills

851-8222

Heartily Wish
Their Customers, Friends
And The Entire Community

A VERY HEALTHY
AND HAPPY
NEW YEAR

eluding one for a jazz piece
she did with Mel Ibrme — Ian
has a cache of triumphs with
close to two score of gold and
platinum albums to her
credit.
Yet, the past three years
have been devoted more to
writing than recording, as
such artists as Amy Grant
and Diane Schuur have used
her work.
Ian began touring recently
for the first time in eight
years. "It feels like I've never
been off the stage," she
laughs.
As for her goals, "Goal?"
she says with a chuckle. "I've
never had any clearly defined
goals — unless you count the
one at 12 when I wanted to be
the Beatles?'
But surely, anyone who has
worked so hard and for so
long — she sold newspapers at
the age of 7; at 13, she was
performing nine shows a
weekend at a New Jersey club
for $36 "and soda" — has had
some grand plan for life.
"I worked because my
parents had no money," says
Ian. "I wanted to make
money to buy books?'
Read into that what you
will — maybe that's why her
work, which has been record-
ed by Joan Baez, Cher, Hugh
Masekela and a score of
others, seems so literate.
"Books were a luxury," she
says. And Ian has always lux-
uriated in the warm feeling
she gets by going into
bookstores. "If I walk into a
bookstore, I feel rich," she
says happily.
Yet the most enriching ex-
perience, she finds, "is doing
what I donow — writing and
performing?'
Does she feel unstoppable
on stage? "No," she says with
a smile in her voice," that
happens only when you're
young?'
Like at 17? ❑

Photography Exhibit
At Center Galleries

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The Management and Employees of

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Wish Their Friends and
Customers a Very
Healthy and Happy New Year

Beautiful and Well-Stocked

DELI
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120

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1989

per person

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PETER'S K

Restaurant

(Formerly Giorgio's)

25920 GREENFIELD at Lincoln
Oak Park
968-4060

WISHES ITS
FRIENDS &
CUSTOMERS
A HEALTHY
AND
HAPPY
NEW YEAR

The Center for Creative
Studies-College of Art and
Design is presenting "Twen-
ty Years of Photography at
CCS" through Nov. 7, as the
inaugural exhibition of its
newly-acquired Center Gal-
leries at 15 East Kirby in the
Cultural Center.
The invitational two-part
exhibit fectures recent work
by 50 alumni photographers
and the work of 60 student
photographers since 1969. It
will honor both the 20th bir-
thday of the college's
photography program and the
150th anniversary of modern
photography.
The more than 200

photographs iin the exhibit
will cover the fine arts to ap-
plied photography. Michelle .-
Andonian, Steve Benson,
Dave Jordano and the late
Ross Marino are among the
noted photographers whose*
work will be represented in
the alumni part of the
exhibit.

Yoko Ono Art.
At Cranbrook

An exhibition spanning
three decades of work by Yoko
Ono will continue through
Oct. 29 at the Cranbrook
Academy of Art Museum.
The exhibition includes 50
objects, 15 wall texts, three._
recontructions of earlier
pieces and five participation
or "do it yourself' works.
Earlier this year, the
Whitney Museum of Ameri-
can Art presented 20 objects
by Yoko .Ono which form the ._
nucleus of the current exhibi-
tion at Cranbrook Academy of
Art Museum.
A selection of Yoko Ono's-
, films including Number Four
(Bottoms), Rape, and Fly will
be shown on weekends in Oc-
tober in the deSalle
auditorium.

Mystic Exhibit
At The Center

The Mystical Art exhibit
continues at the Jewish Com-
munity Center in West
Bloomfield through Oct. 12.*
The show features a
number of artists from Safad,
Israel, and deals with Jewish
mysticism. The show is open
to the public.

Art Gallery Walk -
In Royal Oak

The Royal Oak Arts Coun-
cil will present an art
gallery walk 7 p.m. Wednes-
day, downtown.
Some of the participating
galleries on the tour inlcude
Apple Frames, Cade
Gallery, Dos Manos,
Oakland Community Col-
lege, Lotus Import Com-
pany, Carol and Jame
Gallery, Swidler Gallery and
The Sybaris Gallery.
Refreshments will be
available, and artists will
share their work and answer
questions.

CCS Displays
'20 Years' Exhibit

The Center for Creative
Studies, College of Art and
Design, will present "Twen-
ty Years of Photography at
CCS" through Nov. 7 at its
newly acquired Center
Galleries in Detroit.

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