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September 14, 1990 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-14

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FINE ARTS

GREGORY
HAWTHORNE
NOW
FEATURED
AT

WEEK OF
Sept.14 - Sept.20

ART SHOWS

PRINT GALLERY
29203 Northwestern
Hwy., Wearable art by
Michael Smith through
Oct. 15, posters of
Columbian artist
Fernando Botero, through
Oct. 17, free, 356-5454.
ROUTE 10
GALLERY
32430 Northwestern
Hwy.,"Hot Colors"by Pat
Weisling, through Oct. 5,
free, 932-4160.
DETROIT GALLERY
OF CONTEMPORARY
CRAFTS
104 Fisher Building, new
clay by Marguerite
Brennan, Jaime Fine,
Floyd Gompf, Jeri
Hollister, through Sept.,
free, 873-7888.
RUBINER GALLERY
7001 Orchard Lake
Rd.,"Introductions", the
work of eight artists,
through Oct. 2, free,
626-3111.
HABATAT
GALLERIES
32255 Northwestern
Hwy. , the works of Ke Ke
Cribbs and Mary Shaffer,
through Sept. 27, free,
851-9090.
T'MARRA GALLERY
111 N. First, Ann Arbor,
group show of gallery
artists, through Oct. 4,
free, 769-3223.
ROBERT KIDD
GALLERY
107 Townsend,

Birmingham, paintings
by Maxine Snider and
sculpture by Frank
Fleming, through Oct. 6,
free 642-3909.
CENTER GALLERIES
15 East Kirby,
Photographers Collect
Photography, through
Oct. 5, free, 874-1955.
ARTFUL DOMAIN
700 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, art
furniture, Doug Stock -
- mixed media, Edwin
Simpson - paintings, Gary
Genetti-glass, through
Oct. 26, free, 646-2030.
DETROIT FOCUS
GALLERY
743 Beaubien, review
committee selections,
through Oct. 6, free,
962-9025.

CREATIVE ARTS
CENTER
47 Williams St., Pontiac,
the Development of the
Art Poster in Puerto Rico
and Hispanic Art from
Private Collections,
through Oct. 12, free,
333-7849.

SYBARIS GALLERY
301 Fourth St., Royal
Oak, "Quilts Redefined,"
through Oct. 27, free,
544-3388.

FEIGENSON
PRESTON GALLERY
796 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, new
paintings by James
Stephens, through Oct.
13, free, 644-3955.

Dancer To Perform
For WSU Honor

Karen Goodman will be the
recipient of the Wayne State
University 1990 Arts
Achievement Award in Dance
4 p.m. Oct. 13 at the
McGregor Conference Center
on the WSU campus.
Preceding the ceremony,
Ms. Goodman will perform
the Detroit premiere of her
solo, "Outer Reaches," 2 p.m.
at Wayne's General Lectures
Building.
Ms. Goodman received a
1990 National Endowment
for the Arts Choreographer's
Fellowship, and the 1985
Vanguard Award for Choreo-
graphic Innovation. Her work
was seen in Leningrad,
Russia.
She is the daughter of Dr.

and Mrs. Louis Goodman of
Southfield.

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29536 Northwestern Highway

Chinese Art
, Comes to DIA

"Wu Guanzhong, a Contem-
porary Chinese Artist," in-
troduces one of China's
leading painters in his first
exhibition to tour the United
States. Wu works to bridge
the gap between traditional
ink and color painting and
mainstream international
art. The free exhibition opens
at the Detroit Institute of
Arts Sept. 8 through Nov. 11.

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