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January 17, 1992 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-17

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Gallery Mounts
Portraits Exhibit

The Janice Charach Eps-
tein Museum/Gallery and the
Goethe Institut Ann Arbor
will present "Survival and
Success: Jewish Culture Por-
traits from Central Europe"
Jan. 23-Feb. 27. The opening
reception will be 6-8 p.m. Jan.
23.

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This exhibition of black and
white photographs and ac-
companying documentation
displays the loss to German
culture with the forced
emigration of many of Ger-
many's leading Jewish in-
tellectuals before and during
World War II. The artist,
Herlinde Koelbl, who makes
her home and studio in
Munich, Germany, traveled
around the world to
photograph and interview
over 80 Jewish people who are
prominent in the cultural
arts. Large formal portraits
and portions of the conducted
interviews make up the
exhibition.

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Two educational events
have been planned to accom-
pany the exhibition. The
Museum/Gallery will sponsor
"Grand Influence" noon-4
p.m. Feb. 2. Children of all
ages are invited to bring a
grandparent or special older
person to the Museum/Gal-
lery for a photographic shoot
and interview session.
Monte Nagler, a local
photographer, and Marcia
Boxman and Elaine Yaker of
the Pierce Street Gallery, will
photograph the child's
"Grand Influence" and the
children will conduct inter-

views about their guest's
Jewish heritage.
The photographs and inter-
views will be fashioned into
an exhibition Feb. 9,
displayed in the Maple-Drake
JCC lobby, with an opening
reception to honor the young
artists and their families.
There is a charge; pre-
registration is required.
The Museum/Gallery and
the Goethe Institut also will
conduct a symposium ad-
dressing the history of Jews
in Germany before and after
World War II Feb. 8-9.
Speakers will include the
artist, Herlinde Koelbl; Pro-
fessor Richard Kaplan, a film
historian and director of The
contemporary
Exiles;
German-Jewish novelist
Rafael Seligman; Dr. George
Mosse, a historian from
University of Wisconsin-
Madison; and Y. Michal
Bodemann, a sociologist from
Toronto, Canada. Other par-
ticipants will include pro-
fessors Dr. Guy Stern and Sid
Bolkosky, with Rabbi Sher-
win Wine as the opening
night M.C. The symposium
will consist of several lec-
tures, a viewing of The Exiles,
and a panel discussion assess-
ing the status of Jews in Ger-
many today.
The Janice Charach Eps-
tein Museum/Gallery is
located at the Maple-Drake
JCC. Gallery hours are
Monday-Wednesday, 11 a.m.-6
p.m.; Thursday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
and Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
For information, call the
Gallery, 661-1000, ext. 470.

Bar-Ilan Program
Is On Absorption

Tamar Elsa, an Ethiopian
Exodus student who arrived
in Israel as part of Operation
Moses and now a student at
Bar-Ilan University, and Rab-
bi Pinchas Hayman, Bar-
Ilan's dean of students, will
speak 7:30 p.m. Jan. 22 at the
Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The topic will be "From
Wilderness to Mainstream:
the Challenges and Rewards
of Israel's Ethiopian Absorp-
tion." There will be no charge
or solicitation.
Tamar Elsa was born in
Ethiopia in 1968. After losing
both her parents she made
aliyah in November 1984. She
settled in Beersheva. In 1990
she was accepted to the
chemistry department at Bar-
Ilan University and is now in-
volved in a dual program of

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chemistry and Bar-Ilan's
Women's Torah Seminary.
Rabbi Hayman was ordain-
ed by Yeshiva University in
1978 and received his doc-
torate from that institution.
He made aliyah in 1987 and
joined the Bar-Ilan faculty.
For more information con-
cerning the lecture, call Bar-
Ilan, 423-4550.

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