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May 21, 2004 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-21

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Stop by for a taste

dest music in the world, 7 and 9:30
p.m. Friday and Saturday and 4 and 7
p.m. Sunday, May 21-23. $6.50. (313)
833-3237.
Perhaps as an antidote to Mel
Gibson's The Passion of the Christ,
Monty Python's comedy classic The Life
of Brian, a satire of those who blindly
follow religious doctrine and
Hollywood's depiction of all things bib-
lical, is being re-released in honor of its
25th anniversary. The film is set in the
Holy Land in 33 C.E.; at the center of
the chaos is Brian Cohen (Graham
Chapman), a reluctant would-be messi-
ah who rises to prominence as a result of
absurd circumstances that parallel the
life of Christ. It opens Friday, May 21,
at the Main Art Theatre in Royal Oak.
(248) 542-0180.

FAMILY FUN

Featuring 16 different icons created
by Detroiters — from Tupperware par-
ties and the Gateway Arch in St. Louis
to classic Donner television commercials
and the tri-color traffic light — the
Detroit Historical Museum opens
American Icons — Detroit Designs,
including memorable achievements in
the fields of automotive styling, indus-
trial design, architecture, and advertising
and graphic communication, Saturday,
May 22. Kids and parents can partici-
pate in a series of hands-on workshops
noon-4 p.m. Saturday, May 22, in
which instructors from the College for
Creative Studies will offer classes focus-
ing on industrial product design, adver-
tising and automotive design for chil-
dren ages 8-14. Each workshop lasts
90 minutes, and participation will be
limited to 12 children per workshop.
Reservations are encouraged/free with a
paid admission to the museum. $5
adults/$3 seniors and children 5-18/4
and under free. (313) 833-1805.

THE ART SCENE

place settings by 14 artists from the
United States and abroad whose work
will be available for order in complete
dining sets, May 21-July 4. Opening
reception: 6-8 p.m. Friday, May 21.
(313) 822-0954.
Filmmaker/artist Joseph Bernard's ret-
rospective, Boxed Set, 86-04, spanning
nearly 20 years of his painting career, is
on exhibit May 21-June 30 at Ferndale's
Batista Gallery. Opening reception: 6-9
p.m. Friday, May 21. (248) 544-4627.
A brand-new art show, Fine Art at
the Village of Rochester Hills, featuring
more than 100 artists from across the
country, takes place 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Saturday and noon-6 p.m. Sunday, May
22-23, at the northeast corner of Adams
and Walton. (248) 689-8734.
More than 200 artists from across the
United States and Canada exhibit their
work in the East Lansing Art Festival,
running 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, May 22-23, in
downtown East Lansing. (517) 319-
6804.
University of Michigan Museum of
Art hosts Masterworks of African Art:
Gabon and Cameroon, an installation
of 20 works reflecting the complex rela-
tionship between form and meaning in
African art created in Gabon and
Cameroon from the late 19th-early 20th
centuries, May 22-Nov. 7. (734) 764-
0395.
The Detroit Institute of Arts presents
The Etching Revival in Europe: Late
19th- and Early 20th-Century French
and British Prints May 26-Sept. 19.
(313) 833- 7900.

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Former Detroiters Bonnie Garvin and
Jack Epps (Top Gun) conduct a screen-
writing workshop 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, May 22-23, at the
Community House in Birmingham.
$375. (248) 644-5832.

Pewabic Pottery in Detroit hosts the
exhibition Please Set the Table, artful

Saturday, May 29, 10 am to 6 pm
Sunday, May 30, II am to 5 pm

In the heart of Southfield, on
Evergreen Road between Ten
Mile and Eleven Mile roads,

next to the spectacular, new
Southfield Public Library

Featuring ISO juried artists,
children s activity center,
entertainment, great music
and great food

FREE Admission and FREE Parking!!!

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The paintings of Elan Smadar Livne, left, and the jewelry of Ivy Solomon, right,
are among the works featured at Fine Art at the Village of Rochester Hills.

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in part by

The Southfield CV/ Center
The Southfield Community Foundation

The Southfield Area Chamber of Commerce

Presented by the Michigan Guild of Artists and Artisans and the City of Southfield
The Guild is the producer of the award-winning Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair
(734) 662-3382 or www.michiganguild.org

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