A rare exhibition through October 23
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The Cultural Arts Division of
Southfield Parks and Recreation
will present a collection of cari-
catures by Jonathan Zolin Aug.
31 in the Civic Center Gallery,
2600 Evergreen Road. Exhibition
hours are from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
weekly, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
The exhibit is free to the pub-
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Folk Art Exhibit
"Visiones del Pueblo: The Folk
Art of Latin America" will be ex-
hibited at the Toledo Museum of
Art 2445 Monroe St., Toledo,
from Oct. 16-Jan. 15.
A selection of over 275 objects
from 17 countries made for cere-
monial, utilitarian, recreational
and decorative purposes provides
a window through which to view
and better understand Latin
American culture and society.
Tracing the cultural heritage of
Latin American artistic expres-
sion from the 16th century to the
present day, the exhibition
demonstrates the continuing vi-
tality of this folk art tradition.
The exhibition is organized by
the Museum of American Folk
Art, New York; the exhibition and
its national tour are made possi-
ble by Ford Motor Company.
The museum and exhibition
will be open Tuesday-Saturday,
10 a.m,.-4 p.m.; Sunday, 1-5 p.m.;
closed Mondays. There is an ex-
hibition admission charge every
day except Friday from 5-9 p.m.,
when admission to all visitors is
General admission, timed tick-
ets are available at the museum
and SelecTix outlets or by calling
Jewish Family Service will join
with local sisterhoods to offer a
workshop for community volun-
teer nursing home visitors. The
workshop will be held Aug. 23
from 9:30 a.m.-11 p.m. in the JFS
Board Room, 24123 Greenfield.
The workshop will feature a
presentation from Carol Rosen-
berg, administrator, Fleischman
Residence. Ms. Rosenberg will
address the role of the volunteer
nursing home visitor.
To register for this free work-
shop, contact Elina Zilberberg,
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Support for the publication of the catalog was provided to the New-York Historical Society by
Fidelity I 11VCSCIIICIIIS through the Fidelity Foundation. In Detroit, the exhibition has been sup-
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