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September 29, 1995 - Image 101

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-29

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Do You Love Color? s„
You'll Love Julie Chaleff-Feingol

Art Lovers
Chicago Trip

Theatre Guild
Crafts Show

The Women's Committee of the
American Lung Association of
Michigan will sponsor a Chicago
trip tailored for art lovers and
shopaholics.
The day-long trip, Saturday,
Oct. 28, will include a tour of the
Claude Monet exhibit at the Art
Institute, a fashion show, shop-
ping at Bloomingdale's and a for-
mal English tea at the Whitehall
Hotel.
The cost is $150 per person
and includes airfare, city trans-
portation in Chicago, continental
breakfast with a fashion show at
Bloomingdale's and a $25 dona-
tion to support Camp Sun Deer
for asthmatic children.
For details on joining the
group's Chicago trip or for infor-
mation on other Women's Corn-
mittee activities for the American
Lung Association of Michigan,
contact Maryellen Mumy, (810)
559-5100.

More than 100 quality artisans
and culinary exhibitors from
Michigan and four surrounding
states will participate on Satur-
day and Sunday, Sept. 23 and 24,
when Oakland University's
Meadow Brook Theatre build
sponsors "Spotlights," their fourth
annual juried arts and crafts
show, held in the Shotwell-
Gustafson pavilion on the Oak-
land University campus in
Rochester.
A Broadway theme will prevail
throughout the Pavilion, along
with informal costume modeling
by Guild members wearing cos-
tumes from past Meadow Brook
Theatre productions. Homemade
baked goods and a Stage Door
Canteen will be available.
Hours are Saturday 10 a.m. -
5 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. - 5
p.m. Admission is $2 with free
parking. For information, phone
651-3568 or 370-3186.

Appraisals
At Library

American Art
On Exhibit

Bring antiques, collectibles, jew-
elry (or anything you're interest-
ed in finding out the value of) to
the Southfield Public Library for
a professional appraisal on Thurs-
day, Oct. 19, from 6:30 - 9 p.m.
Banylou Mearin, owner/certi-
fied appraiser of the White Ele-
phant Antique Shop, will
appraise items on the spot. Please
limit the number of items to
three.
Donations will be accepted for
the Friends of the Southfield
Public Library. All programs will
be held in the Marcotte Room of
the Library in the Southfield
Civic Center, 26000 Evergreen
Road.

"Made in America: Ten Centuries
of American Art," one of the
largest American art exhibitions
of this century, will open at the
Toledo Museum of Art on Oct. 13
and continue through January 7.
Drawn from the collections of
five major American museums,
the exhibition traces the panora-
ma of American spirit and life
o,Ter 1,000 years through 160
paintings, photographs, sculp-
tures, and decorative works of art
including Native American art,
silver, glass, and furniture.
From 11th-century pottery by
Anasazi artists of the Southwest
to Thomas Sully's early-19th-cen-
tury, full-length portrait of
George Washington to Andy
Warhol's 1963 pop icon of Elvis
Presley, the creativity of Ameri-
can artists is highlighted in this
historically rich and beautiful ex-
hibition.
Inclusive and intriguing,
"Made in America" moves far be-
yond a standard survey of Amer-
ican art to encompass a broad
and diverse range of objects, cul-
tures, and history. Spectacular
works by both famous and less-
er-known artists have enriched
this country's cultural heritage,
illustrating the dramatic changes
in America during the past one
thousand years and revealing
how many cultures have woven
their creative threads into our na-
tional fabric.
"Made in America" is pre-
sented by a consortium of five
major American museums that
saw in their own collections the
potential for major exhibition of
extraordinary quality and broad
appeal.

Ceramic Tile
Sale Is Set

A sale of both antique and con-
temporary tiles will be held on
Sunday, Oct. 22, from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. in the ballroom of the
Grosse Pointe War Memorial.
Quality tile makers, tile
artists, dealers and collectors
from around the country will
gather to display the largest se-
lection of ceramic tiles ever
shown in one sale. Beautiful and
/D rare examples of historic tiles,
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as well as many of the finest
handcrafted tiles of today, will
be exhibited and sold during this
one day event. The sale is open
to the public.
Admission to this sale: $5 per
person. Children are free. The tile
sale is co-sponsored by Pewabic
Pottery and the Tile Heritage
Foundation.

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"A Woman of Valor. who can find?"
Yeshiva University Museum invited 32 American and Israeli women artists to
interpret this question and the poem that is found in the last chapter of the Book of Proverbs
and to interpret it in her choice of media.
Using ceramics, textiles, constructions, paintings, drawings, and ceremonial
pieces, visitors have the rare opportunity to reexperience the Aishet Hayil through these
women artists.

Schedule of Special Events:

• October 19, 7:30 p.m.-Rabbi Reuven Hammer speaks on the meaning of the Aishet Hayil
The Detroit Institute of Arts Speakers Bureau Series on Women in Art:
• October 25, 1:30 p.m.-"Beauty is in the Eyes of the Beholder"
• November 29, 1:30 p.m.-"Women Artists in the DIA
• December 6, 1:30 p.m.-"Woman to Woman"

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"Aishet Hayil: A Woman of Valor" has been organized and traveled by Yeshiva University Museum. Funding for the realization of the
exhibition, its catalogue and travel has been provided by the Forcheimer Foundation. Additional support has been made possible by the
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.



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