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April 01, 1994 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-01

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APRIL 8 — MAY 7

Metal Works
At Wetsman

"Works In Metal," work from
five artists, will be displayed at
the Wetsman Collection
through April 30.
From Colonial beginnings,
candlesticks have always been
a part of our history. Albert Pa-
ley's candleholders sit on the
Grand Staircase of the White
House. His tall candle stands
drip and flow like the candles
they are meant to hold, defying
the very substance from which
they are constructed.
Jonathan Bonner creates his
whimsical creature candle-
holders. Anteaters, alligators,
and reptiles all seem to move
and sway to the sounds of an
ancient, invisible flute.
Charles Crowley challenges
the imagination with his pieces
which blend form with function,
doses of whimsey and the
avant-garde.
Tom Joyce starts with a flat
piece of mild steel about 10 feet
long, which he heats, folds and
weaves as if worldng with fabric.
John Iverson contrasts size
with openness and airiness in
his structures. He finds his in-
spiration in the natural world
for his jewelry.
The gallery is located at 132
North Woodward, Birmingham.
Hours are 11-5 p.m., Tuesday
through Saturday.

Celebrate our new location \\ ith a

GLASS SHOW RECEPTIO\

THE CHANDLER-POHRT COLLECTION

MARCH 27-JUNE 26

Friday April 8 — 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Guest Lecture

DAVID JAWORSKI

"Evolution of Sculptural Thchniqucs"

An outstanding collection of
Native American artwork from
the Woodlands, Prairies and
Great Plains regions

Sunday April 10 — 1:00pm
Limited seating — Resell a Lions required

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Hours: Mon - Sat 10:00am - 6:00pm
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APRIL PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Wednesday-Sunday, April 6-10 • Drop-In Workshops
Free with museum or exhibition admission: 833-7888.

Saturday, April 16 • Symposium: American Indian Art Traditions
All-day program: 833-9178.

Sunday, April 17 • Lecture by Collector Richard Pohrt
2 p.m. Free with museum or exhibition admission: 833-7888.

Fairy Tale
Exhibit Set

Ushering in the spring season,
Galleria Officentre and Michi-
gan Opera Theatre (MOT) will
present "Once Upon A
Time...Happily Ever After," an
exhibition and sale of artwork
by well known Detroit area
artists, created expressly for the
benefit of MOTs upcoming bal-
let production of Cinderella.
This benefit exhibition, spon-
sored in part by the Xerox Cor-
poration, opens April 8 and will
remain on view in the atrium of
300 Galleria Officentre in
Southfield until May 7.
The exhibition, curated by
Sharon Zimmerman, will fea-
ture artwork by over 100
artists, all based on fairy tales
and fantasies, and in every con-
ceivable media, size and price
range. For this show, artist
Eileen Aboulafia has created a
painting depicting the opera Ta-
randot, based on a Persian
fairy-tale, while Marcia Freed-
man will display a mixed me-
dia artwork depicting the
middle of a fairy tale story, be-
fore the 'happily ever after' part.
Admission is free and open to
the public. The exhibition will
remain on view Monday-Sat-
urday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and on
Sunday, 12-5 p.m.

Art of the
American Indian
Frontier

Saturdays, April-June • Hands-On Workshops
Advance registration required: 833-7977 or 833-7978.

Storytellers, films, classes and more!
For an updated recording of
exhibition programs or to receive a
brochure, please call (313) 833-7888.

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EXHIBITION
ADMISSION:

$4 adults; $1 children & students.
Members free. Free on Wednesdays with
museum admission.

MUSEUM
ADMISSION:

Free With exhibition admission; otherwise
a donation is required. Members free.

HOURS:

Wednesday-Friday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Weekends 11a.m. - 5 p.m.

TOURS:

1 1:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. daily. Free with
exhibition admission. For group/school
tour reservations, call 833-9178.
(Acoustiguide recorded tours: $3)

Art of the A HICrit'1711 Indian Frontier: The Chandler-Pohrt Collection was
organized by the DIA in association Nvith the National Gallery of Art,
Washingam, D.C. and the Bulblo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming; with
support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National
Endowment for the Arts, the city of Detroit, the state of Michigan and the DIA
Founders Society Partnership for Renewal.

THE DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS

5200 Woodward Avenue • Detroit, Michigan 48202

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