STN Fine Arts
race and identity.
Through June 23.
House and Garden: A
Total Work ofArt," a
7/free to Art Museum members.
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday-Sun-
day; 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday.
1221 N. Woodward. (810) 645-
minute tour limited to
12 people each, will
run through Oct. 31.
University of Michigan Mu-
students and seniors seum of Art: American Pho-
Senior citizen appre-
(65+)/$2 children tographs. Examines the rich
ciation day features
under 7 and Art Mu- diversity of American photogra-
films, armchair tours
seum members (in- phy in four categories: landscapes,
and craft workshops.
cludes admission to cityscapes, figures and still lifes.
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thurs-
Cranbrook Art Muse- Includes Stieglitz, Paul Strand
day, May 23. The
um). 11 a.m., 1, 1:30, and Edward Steichen. Through
DIA is seeking Art to
2:30 and 3 p.m. June 23. The Weddige Collection:
the Schools volun-
Thursdays; 1, 1:30, A Gift to the University. High-
Itiii It ts .1 na t. , 4f
' , 11io,.
teers. Suggested do-
2:30 and 3 p.m. Sun- lights from the museum's exten-
lil y tee, 4' i :„ 44 4
nation $4 adults/$1
i il 4'14 4' ,
14 i ;,: II .,
days. Purchase day of sive collection of 20th-century and
children. 11 a.m.-4
tour only, at the Art old master prints. Through July
me .1 i II in. hrft IA it • .1. i t$ .
Museum. For private 7. Folk and Outsider Art: An Ann
.I.V41111-4'414 -V, $`41i • :41i1.0.0 . .... (140..e-4.0..4:pped Itair.
day; 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
group tour informa- Arbor Collection. Drawn from a
il,t-f•, ..itirt. ti ;etch .net flytt It.:ttsil. Mag•',
tion, call (810) 645- local private collection. Among
,ft is rt ... I,/ a , I., ,f1,4 , 1.... nti
Woodward Ave. (313)
Cranbrook those represented are Howard
1ii..1 iltuiti.itt•ft ii..itin.....:.
and Finster and Minnie Adkins. Tour
Sculpture Tour, 2 at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 19.
p.m. Sundays, Through June 16. Sol LeWitt.
Museum: Art of the
through Oct. 27, a Five new wall drawings. Through
Eye: An Exhibition on This lithograph imitates 19th-century advertisements for the return of
two-hour walking tour Aug. 4. Crayons and the Masters.
Vision. The work of escaped slaves, and describes Glenn Ligon, the curator of the exhibit
private ar- Let kids experience art. Coloring
27 visually impaired "To Disembark,” running at the DIA through June 23. The installation
eas usually not open sheets with outlines of works by
examines relationships between history, race and identity.
to the public. Tour Picasso, Pissarro and others can
ican artists are dis-
tickets (available at be obtained along with a drawing
played. Teacher's workshop, 2 children's workshops, 1:30 and and including admission to the board and bag of crayons at the
p.m. Saturday, May 18; lecture 3:30 p.m. Saturday, May 25. Cranbrook Art Museum) are $6 museum's information desk.
by exhibition curator Scott Nel- Opens Saturday, May 18, and adults/$4 full-time students and Tuesday-Saturday; 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
son, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 23; runs through July 7. Saarinen seniors (65+)/$2 children under Thursday, 12-5 p.m. Sunday. Uni-
Clarence H. White
School of Photogra-
phy. Through May
26. A Brush with Art.
_ %It I% %I- a
Brass & Nickel
from Original die
stamps of the 1920's
Variety of Sizes
Cards - Money -
versity of Michigan Museum of
Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor.
Kelsey Museum of Archaeol-
ogy. David Roberts: AVictorian's
Passion for Egypt. Over 1000
sketches, lithographs and paint-
ings of ancient Egypt and the
Near East. Through August 1. A
Morning With Mummies, for chil-
dren and parents, including
mummy doll making, bead string-
ing, face painting, a sandbox dig
and more. Saturday, May 18, 10
a.m.-12 p.m. $5 per child. (313)
747-0441. Free admission to mu-
seum. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Fri-
day; 1-4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday.
434 S. State, Ann Arbor. (313)
Greektown Art Fair: 150 na-
tional artists and craftsmen dis-
play their works of glass,
ceramics, photography, jewelry
and more. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday,
May 17; 12-10 p.m. Saturday,
May 18; 12-6 p.m. Sunday, May
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