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March 26, 2004 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-26

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from the people
who brought
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Karen Zeitlin of Farmington Hills shows o

A

fter eight weeks of hard work,
members of the 7th-grade
class in the L.I.F.E. program
at Congregation B'nai Moshe
got to show off their artistic abilities dur-
ing an art exhibition March 15. The
theme of their project was al tifrosh min
hatzibur, meaning "do not separate from
the community," a saying from Pirkei
Avot, (Ethics of Our Fathers.)
The class worked with local artist
Judy Vine as part of the Artists in the
Schools grant program sponsored by the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit.
"By using each other as drawing mod-
els, the students explored who makes up

their Jewish community," Vine said. "By
painting in an impasto style (using thick
paint), the image of a fresh bagel smeared
with cream cheese and jam, or lettuce
and tomato, they can artistically under-
stand that being Jewish is also a visceral
thing — one physically feels being
Jewish."
Each student created six pieces of art.
They worked with soft pastel on paper
and fabric, and acrylic paint on paper
and canvas.
Parents and the other classes had a
chance to see the different types of artis-
tic styles at the exhibition, where stu-
dents also explained their artwork.
— Keri Guten Cohen,
stag development editor

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Closed Sundays

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SOME OF THE NATION'S BEST ARTISTS PUT THEIR

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spring art show

Saturday, April 3rd, 10 AM - 6 PM
Sunday, April 4th, 10 AM - 5 PM

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APRIL 3RD & 4TH 2004

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or rbeahn@neo.rr.coni

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Hope Peskin-Shepherd of West Bloomfield poses in front of one of her pieces of art.

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