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December 15, 1989 - Image 70

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-15

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I ARTS

ANTICIPATION I
EXCITEMENT I
SURPRISE I

Unique and imaginative I
gifts
for the holiday season I

and gallery

LOEHMANN'S OF HUNTERS SQUARE MALL
14 MILE & ORCHARD LAKE RD. • FARMINGTON HILLS
855-4488

Holiday Hours begin November 29th
Mon. thru Fri. 10:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
Sat. 10:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Sun. 12:00-5:00 p.m.

By The Numbers

Continued from preceding page

things. Eventually, you just
become more and more
involved.
"I was active in the com-
munity before I was on these
boards, though — and that's
pretty much how anybody is
chosen. They dig you up, so to
speak. I worked with the
United Fund and the annual
fund-raiser at Wayne State
University. I was vice presi-
dent of the Pontiac Symphony
and chair of Detroit's Allied
Jewish Campaign.
"Formerly, the board was
more of a Grosse Pointe
organization. Now, it's more
open to Jews and minorities,
just like • anything else.
There's just more of a diverse
representation all around."
Developer Sam Frankel,
who served on the Orchestra
Hall board and the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra board
before becoming a part of the
DSOH Board of Directors,

The Arrowmaker.

22 x 27
EDITION: 375
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Exclusively at

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70.. FRIDAY, DEEMBER:15,,1989,

"There was a financial
fiasco 10 or 12 years ago, and
(DSO) decided to put more of
an emphasis then on broader
community participation," he
says.
"Whenever there's a fiscal
problem, and you respond
financially, that puts you
right up there at the top of
the list of names for the
nominating committee
somehow," he laughs. "Many
of in the Jewish community
were generous supporters.
Around the time I came
aboard, others did, too. Most
were quite active on the board
then, and moved on to posi-
tions on the executive com-
mittee rather quickly."



WEEK OF
DEC.15-DEC.21

A signed, limited edition lithograph
created by Caldecott Artist

GERALD McDERMOTT

says he never actively sought
membership in the groups,
although he allows that "may
be the procedure with some,
and I see nothing wrong with
that?"

ART SHOWS

XOCHIPILLI
568 N. Woodward,
Birmingham,
"Functionalisms,"
through Dec. 30;free,
645-1905.

PIERCE STREET
GALLERY
217 Pierce Street,
Birmingham, Bill
Rauhauser, photography
exhibit, through Jan. 31,
free, 646-5950.
CANTOR/LEMBERG
538 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, Frank
Stella exhibit, through
December, free, 642.6623.
CRANBROOK
ACADEMY
OF ART
Bloomfield Hills, Keith
Sonnier: Neon," through
Dec. 31; "Leon Golub: The
Aesthetics of Power,"
through Jan. 7; "Designs
for Furniture: Recent
Acquisitions," free,
645-3323.
GALLERIA BIEGAS
35 E. Grand River,
Detroit Art Teachers
Association's "An Art
Explosion," through Jan.
12, free, 961-0634.
DETROIT GALLERY
104 Fisher Building,
"Objects_pf Wonder and
Delight," through Dec.,
free, 873-7888.
DONNA JACOBS
GALLERY
564 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, "Exhibition

of Ancient Art," through
Dec. 30, free, 540-1600.

DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS
5200 Woodward, "Holy
Image, Holy Space: Icons
and Frescoes from
Greece," through Jan. 28,
free, 833-7900.
FOUR WINDS
340 E. Maple,
Birmingham,
"Dimensions in Silver,"
through Dec. 30, free,
644-2150.
ILONA GALLERY
31045 Orchard Lake,
Farmington Hills, "Coast
to Coast and Around the
World," exhibition,
through December, free,
855-4488.
JOY EMERY
GALLERY
131 Kercheval Avenue,
Grosse Pointe Farms,
"Image and Object: Work
by Contemporary
Artists," through Dec. 30,
free, 886-1444.

SWIDLER GALLERY
308 W. 4th Street, Royal
Oak, works by Jeff
Oestreich and David
Shaner, through Dec. 16,
free, 542-4880.
ART PACK
31505 Grand River,
Farmington, The Janis
Wetsman Collection,
"Objects of Art," through
Dec. 23, free, 645-6212.
SYBARIS GALLERY
301 W. Fourth Street,
Royal Oak, Group Show,

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