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or years, Detroit Jewish women have improved the quality of life for
our community, yet they go unrecognized," said Harriet Berg of
Detroit, founder and director of the Festival Dancers.
Berg worked to change the oversight by creating the Jewish
Women in the Arts Award honoring those who've made a lifetime commitment
to the arts. This year, the fifth-annual award presentation will be 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 2, at the Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield.
The six honorees are Academy Award-winning filmmaker Sue Marx, artist and
choreographer Carolyn Dorfman, glass artist Janet Kelman, gallery director
Sylvia Nelson, musician Carol Solomon and arts patron Lee Hoffman (see adjo-
ing story). The honorees were selected by a committee that included Berg,
Deana Sperka of Oak Park, Melba Winer of West Bloomfield, Margo Cohen of
Birmingham, Sonia Lipenholtz of Southfield, Ruth Adler Schnee of Southfield
and Sylvia Nelson of Farmington Hills. The rest of group surprised Nelson
when they chose her as an honoree. ❑
Sue Marx of Birmingham has
won many awards including 20
Emmys. She is president of Sue
Marx Films, Inc. and the
Group, an educa-
include an Oscar
and an honor
from the Harvard
newi tig 4;
Six Jewish women to be feted for their
lifetime commitment to art.
Carolyn Dorfman and her dance
company are celebrating its 21st
season. Dorfman, now of New
Jersey, received a 2004 choreog-
raphy fellowship from the N.J.
State Council on
the Arts and has
the world. She has
taught at universi-
ties and dance
ing Wayne State.
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`Easily joins the list of Detroit's culinary treasures."
Danny Raskin. Jan. 16, 2004
Janet Kelman of Royal Oak
has shown her glass works
locally at galleries including
Habitat in Birmingham and
Street in Ann
Arbor. Her work
also is in the col-
lection of the
Museum of Glass
in New York.
Carol Solomon of West
Bloomfield, a classical and jazz
pianist, includes a variety of
music in her recitals from
Ravel and Bach to Thelonious
Monk and Cole
Porter. Her stu-
dents get a wide-
perspective and a
way to enhance
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Sylvia Nelson of Farmington Hills, who has directed the
Janice Charach Epstein Gallery since 1993, established
the gallery's annual fiber arts and Michigan Glass Month
exhibitions. She has received many awards for her work
including the Achievement of Excellence in Jewish
Gail Zimmerman' "Out -About" returns next week.