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March 17, 1995 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-17

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HANDCRAFTED JEWELRY, TEAPOTS,
PICTURE FRAMES, POTTERY, VASES,
LIMOGES BOXES, DECORATIVE PILLOWS...

through 5 p.m., Sunday through
Thursday, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Friday.
The children's museum is open
1-4:30 p.m. Sunday through
Thursday.

Yeshiva University Muse-
um , 2520 Amsterdam Ave., New

York, NY 10033, (212) 960-5390.
On exhibit now is "Treasures
of Dubrovnik," featuring sacred
and ceremonial objects from the
synagogue in the former Yu-
goslavia.
Opening April 2 and running
through July, in commemoration
of Yom Hashoah (Holocaust
Memorial Day), are two exhibits.
The first is a photo essay called
"The Far Country," with works
by Wendy Joy Kuppermann. In
the second, "My Father's List,"
Thelma Mathias chronicles

"Letters Dipped in
Honey" chronicles
Jewish children's
literature.

WHERE CAN VOI FIND ALL OF THESE
WONDERFUL AND CREATIVE ACCESSORIES?

Yiddisher Kultur Farband-
YKUF, 1133 Broadway, Room

1019, New York, NY 10010, (212)
691-0708, exhibits works by mod-
ern Jewish artists.

and gallery

The National Museum of
American Jewish Military
History, 1811 R. St. NW, Wash-

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ington, DC 20009, (202) 265-
6280.

NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY

The American Guild of Ju-
daic Art, PO Box 1794, Murray

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Hill Station, New York, NY
10156, (212) 889-7581, publish-
es a newsletter dedicated to Jew-
ish visual arts.

West Bloomfield
(310) 655-4463

National Yiddish Book
Center, 48 Woodbridge St.,

South Hadley, MA 01075, (413)
535-1303, collects and dissemi-
nates Yiddish books.

Special Art
On Exhibit

A special art exhibit will open at
Urban Park-Detroit Art Center
in Greektown, Detroit. It's an ex-
hibit featuring art work by more
than 50 artists with disabilities
from the metropolitan Detroit
area. The exhibit continues
through art a list her father, a through Sunday, April 9.
The exhibit is sponsored by
European immigrant, made of
everything he thought he would Very Special Arts Michigan
need to bring with him to Southeast, a regional committee
for Very Special Arts Michigan.
America.
The public is encouraged to see
"The Book of Ruth" features
calligraphy by Israeli artist the free exhibit, which showcases
Sharon Binder, while "Make Me what disabled people can do
a Sanctuary" focuses on the when they are encouraged to be
creative in the arts.
works of Jeffrey Packard.
Exhibit hours are 10 a.m. to 8
Also on exhibit through July,
p.m.,
Mondays through Thurs-
"Letters Dipped in Honey," an ex-
hibit tracing the history of Jew- days, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fridays
and Saturdays and from noon to
ish children's literature.
The museum is open from 10 7 p.m. on Sundays.
a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednes-
days and Thursdays, and from 12
to 6 p.m. Tuesdays.
Some other Jewish museums
and cultural arts/history organi-
zations throughout the country The Jewish Heritage Council is
include:
offering a tour to Italy, focusing
The American Society for on World Monuments Fund pro-
Jewish Music, 170 W. 74th St., jects. Participants will visit
New York, NY 10023, (212) 874- Rome, Siena, Pisa, Livorno, Flo-
4456, which promotes the appre- rence, Ferrara and Venice to
ciation of and interest in Jewish view a variety ofJewish sites, in-
music, past and present.
cluding medieval Jewish quar-
Beit Hashoah-Museum of ters, Renaissance and Baroque
Tolerance of the Simon ghettos, cemeteries and syna-
Wiesenthal Center, 9786 W. gogues, 19th-century "cathedral"
Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA., synagogues and one modern syn-
90035, (310) 553-8403, considers agogue. The tour also includes
such topics as the struggle for civ- visits to Jewish museums and
il rights, personal prejudice and Judaica collections.
group intolerance.
Each tour is limited to a max-
Orthodox Jewish Archives, imum of 20 participants. The
84 William St., New York, NY tour price is $4,600, which in-
10038 (212) 797-9000, houses doc- cludes a $500 tax-deductible con-
uments and photographs chron- tribution to the Jewish Heritage
icling the history of Orthodox Council. For reservations or for
Judaism in America.
more information, please call the
Skirball Museum, Hebrew World Monuments Fund, (914)
Union College, 3077 Universi- 835-7600, ext. 105.
ty Ave., Los Angeles, CA, 90007
The Jewish Heritage Council
(213) 749-3424. (Note, the muse- was established to foster the doc-
um is planning to move to an- umentation, protection and
other facility and will be closed preservation ofJewish historic
for the next several weeks.)
sites throughout the world.

Council Sets
Italian Tour

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Friday, Saturday 10:00-6:00
Thursday 10:00-9:00
Sunday 12:00-5:00

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