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October 17, 2003 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-17

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Prime Steaks, Chops & Seafood

at Detroit's new Max M. Fisher Music
Center. (313) 576-5111.
The Oakland Theatre Guild pres-
ents The Wizard of Oz, whose cast
includes Stephen Sussman as the Tin
Man and Evan Ross as the Cowardly
Lion, 7:30 Fridays, 4 and 7:30 p.m.
Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays
through Oct. 26 at the Starlight
Theater at Summit Place Mall. $11-
$14. (248) 335-1788.

THE ART SCENE

Ferndale's Lemberg Gallery hosts
From Here to There, an exhibit docu-
menting works by Beverly Fishman
created during her 11-year tenure as
head of painting, artist-in-residence at
Cranbrook Academy of Art, Oct. 18-
Nov 22. The exhibit is in conjunction
with the publication of the book
Beverly Fishman (Telos, Art Publishing).
Fishman's earliest works reference med-
ical textbook imagery in photo-based
collage, paint and resin on wood. She
went on to explore the pharmaceutical
industry, producing candy-colored pills

p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25; gallery talk and
book signing: 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov.
15. (248) 591-6623.
Marilyn Schechter exhibits new mul-
timedia drawings at Ferndale's Au
Corant Gallery Oct 18-22. Opening
reception: 5-7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18.
(248) 548-3770.
Seeing Beetles, featuring the work of
area artist Helen Gotlib, a recent grad-
uate of the University of Michigan
School of Art and Design, will be on
display through Nov. 24 at the
Ypsilanti boutique Henrietta
Fahrenheit. Opening reception: 5:30-
8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18. (734)
484-3833.
The Woods Gallery in Huntington
Woods hosts a "meet-the-artist" recep-
tion for watercolorist Marjorie Hecht
Simon, in conjunction with the exhibit
Fired Magic and More (running
through Nov. 26), 7-9 p.m. Thursday,
Oct. 23. (248) 543-9720.
The Art Gallery of Windsor presents
Italian Drawings from the National
Gallery of Canada, works created by
great masters from the Renaissance to
the 19th century, Oct. 18-Jan. 11.

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"Love Doctor" Dr. Terri Orbuch
discusses healthy relationships and
signs copies of her new book, Thrice

Beverly Fishman: "Dividose," H.TC
2002, vinyl and powder-coated metal,
at Lemberg Gallery in Ferndale

of hand-cast phosphorescent resin. Her
latest work creates abstractions using
pharmaceutical logos, EKGs and DNA
in computer-cut vinyl on vibrant alu-
minum panels. Artist's reception: 5-7

An opening reception -- 6:30-8 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 16 -- will include many
of the participating artists, who include
Barbara Altwerger, Barbara Cohen,
Marilyn Kaczander Cohen, Ellen
Firestone, Susan Fox, Marilyn Henrion,
Jan Jacobs, Sarah Kaufman, Anna
Kocherovsky, Susan Knott, Wendy
Mitchell, Danielle Nelson, Miriam
Nathan Roberts, Sherri Roberts, Sherri
Smith, Anita Sudakin, Ellen
Oppenheimer, Ann Schumacher, Ellen

Told Tales: Married Couples Tell Their
Stories, 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18, at
Borders, 30995 Orchard Lake Road,
in Farmington Hills.
Hosted by Cohn-Haddow Center
for Judaic Studies, Yiddish, Israeli
and Jewish film expert Dr. Eric A.
Goldman brings a video presentation
and lecture, titled Looking at
Ourselves: The American Jewish
Experience on Film, to the Max M.
Fisher Federation Building in
Bloomfield Hills 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct.
26. Reception follows; reservations:
(313) 577-2679 or (248) 645-7860.

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"Without Restraints" runs Oct. 16-
Nov. 14 at the Birmingham
Bloomfield Art Center; 1516
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Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p. m. Mondays-
Saturdays. (248) 432-5449 or
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and breadth of its classical tradition, the Kirov's
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