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September 27, 1991 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-27

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DESIGNER
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FEATURING FRAMES BY

'What Modern Was"
At Toledo Museum

"Design 1935-1965: What
Modern Was," The Liliane
and David M. Stewart Collec-
tion will be on exhibit at the
Toledo Museum of Art Sept.
29-Nov. 17.
"What Modern Was" is the
first exhibition to examine
the different styles that make
up modern design, including
Bauhaus, Streamlining, Scan-
dinavian Modern, post-war
Italian, Pop, and the Studio
Crafts.
The exhibit consists of 250
examples of both mass-
produced and handcrafted
furniture, decorative arts and
graphic design. The exhibi-
tion is organized thematic-
ally.
General admission, timed
tickets may be ordered by
calling (419) 243-7000.

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The 4th Annual Royal Oak
Art Gallery Walk will be
sponsored by the Royal Oak
Arts Council 7-10 p.m. Oct. 2
in downtown Royal Oak.
The event features a walk-
ing tour of downtown Royal
Oak galleries plus the art and
craft facilities of Oakland
Community College. Food
may be sampled in the
galleries as the walk
develops. Maps will be
available.

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For one day only, Designer fashion consultants will
be on hand at First Optometry Spec•tique for a personal
analysis and custom fitting. Eye examinations available.
Bring a friend and enjoy free refreshments!

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Museum/Gallery
Abstract Exhibition

The Janice Charach Eps-
tein Museum/Gallery will
open its 1991-92 exhibition
season with an abstract pain-
ting, drawing and print ex-
hibition entitled "Portraits"
Sept. 26-Oct. 24.
The exhibition will feature
new works by Lynn
Avadenka, Nancy Mitchnick,
Marilyn Schechter and Dale
Sparage. An opening recep-
tion for the artists will be
held 4:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 26.
The artists explore the idea
of portraiture expressed non-
objectively. The basically
abstract paintings, drawings
and prints have been created
within the past year, and
depict each artist's search for
self in today's confusing
environment.
Lynne Avadenka displays
boxes and monoprints which
raise biblical women's con-
cerns and questions relevant
today.
Nancy Mitchnick's series of
paintings gesturally depict
the artist in a variety of emo-
tional states through the

metaphor of a red table in a
defined space.
Marilyn Schechter presents
feminist investigations with
new paintings on wood and
charcoal drawings, expressing
a subconscious search for the
artist's past.
Dale Sparage exhibits
large-scale paintings and
drawings which expres-
sionistically depict the ques-
tion of a woman's role in to-
day's society.
Accompanying the exhibi-
tion will be an educational
brochure providing the viewer
with biographical informa-
tion of the artists and an
essay by curator Sharon Zim-
merman. Nancy Mitchnick
will provide a lecture on the
reality/unreality of por-
traiture painting and
photography 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8.
There is a charge.
Museum/Gallery patrons may
attend the lecture free of
charge.
An open house for families
is scheduled for 2 p.m. Oct. 13.
To launch the Museum/Gal-
lery's Children's Educational
Programming, parents and
their children are invited to
view the film Please Don't Eat
the Pictures and receive a do-
cent tour of the exhibition.
This event is free to the
public.
Museum/Gallery hours are
Mon.-Wed. 11 a.m.-6 p.m.;
Thurs. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. and
Sun. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. The
Janice Charach Epstein
Museum/Gallery is located in
the Jewish Community
Center complex on the north-
west corner of Maple Rd. and
Drake Rd. in West Bloom-
field.

FOR SENIORS

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Maple-Drake Sets
Mah Jongg Classes

The Senior Adult Depart-
ment of the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center
will host a series of mah jongg
classes beginning 9:30 a.m.
Oct. 3 in Room 239. Classes
will meet 9:30-11:30 a.m. Oct.
3, 10, 17, 24.
For information, call
Marilyn Wolfe, 661-1000, Ext.
334.

JPM Hosts
Judaism Talks

Rabbi Joseph Gutman will
lecture on Judaism at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris Jewish
Community Center Fridays
10:45 a.m. in Jaffe Hall.
Rabbi Gutman's series,
"The History of Judaism,"
will offer programs dealing
with art, literature, historical
events and personalities.
There is no charge.

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