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Po p/ R oc KI J Azzi Fouc THE ART SCENE

Wayne State University's Community
As part of the Ann Arbor Summer
Arts Gallery hosts its annual exhibition
Festival, offbeat musical duo They
of alumni artists, this year featuring
Might Be Giants take the stage 8 p.m.
Marilyn Schechter and Suzy Lake,
Saturday, July 3, at the Power Center in
through July 23. Schechter, of West
Ann Arbor. $32-$42. (734) 764-2538.
Bloomfield, who. received her master's
Folk performer Mary Chapin
degree in printmaking at WSU special-
Carpenter performs 7:30 p.m.
izing in intaglio, moves in a different
Wednesday, July 7, at the Michigan
direction as she collages photographs of
Theater in Ann Arbor. $25-$38.50.
heads
onto very heavy watercolor paper
(248) 645-6666.
using non-waterproof ink, acrylic paint
Meadow Brook Music Festival pres-
and charcoal, and connects the faces to
ents classic rockers Crosby Stills and
iconography that reveals her interest in
Nash 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 7.
surrealism, primitivism and outsider art.
$31.50-$50.50. (248) 645-6666.
Lake, of Toronto, shows
Freedom Hill in
her photographs. (313)
Sterling Heights wel-
577-2423.
comes contemporary jazz
Artful Quilts, an exhibit
artists Alex Bugnon and
of art quilts by mother and
Marion Meadows, 7:30
daughter Muriel and Jan
p.m. Wednesday, July 7,
Jacobs, runs July 5-Aug.
$10-$20; and 1964
28 at the Southfield Public
Tribute - Salute to the
Library. Muriel also will
Beatles, 7:30 p.m. Friday,
show purses, pillows, foot-
July 9, $10-$20. (248)
stools and jewelry. Meet
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the artists 1-3 p.m.
DTE Energy Music
Saturday, July 10, on the
Theatre hosts
second level of the library.
LazerSpectacular, featur-
(248) 796-4224.
ing the music of Pink
Lawrence St. Gallery
Floyd, 8 p.m. Thursday,
presents
the 2004
July 8, $10-$20; and jam Marilyn Schechter: "Nancy
Inspirations
and
rockers Blues Traveler
with Rulers," mixed media
an
Influences
Invitational,
and Big Head Todd &
on paper, at WSU's
all-media
exhibition
show-
the Monsters, 7 p.m.
Community Arts Gallery
casing artworks of more
Friday, July 9, $18.50-
than 55 artists from the
$35.50. (248) 645-6666.
metro Detroit area who have influenced
Singer-songwriter John Hiatt appears
or inspired the gallery members,
at Ann Arbor's Michigan Theater Friday,
through July 30. Artists represented
July 9. Doors at 6:30 p.m. $29.50-
include Andrea Tama of Farmington
$34.50. (248) 645-6666.
Hills, Sherry Foster of Huntington
Alternative metal band Incubus, with
special guest Australian band The Vines, Woods, and Sondra Herman of Oak
Park. Opening reception: 7-10 p.m.
performs 8 p.m. Friday, July 9, at the
Friday, July 9. (248) 544-0394.
Palace of Auburn Hills. $35. (248) 645-
Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
6666.
welcomes Michigan Water Color
The 2004 Michigan Elvisfestrolls
Society's 57th Annual Exhibition, fea-
into Ypsilanti's historic Depot Town 5
turing 95 paintings from 94 artists
p.m.-midnight Friday and 10 a.m.-mid-
throughout Michigan, July 9-Aug. 6;
night Saturday, July 9-10. $7-$10/10
reception and awards: July 17. (148)
and under free. Info:
644-0866.
wvvw.mielvisfestorg.

LAUGH LINES

Political satirists The Capitol Steps
return again this year to the Ann Arbor
Summer Festival as they skewer politi-
cians of all stripes in skit and song.
Performances are 5 and 8 p.m. Sunday,
July 4, at the Power Center in Ann
Arbor. $26-$38. (734) 764-2538.

WHATNOT

Ann Arbor playwright Rachel Urist
presents Easy Rider in an Uneasy
Climate, a discussion of her 300-miles-
in-five days bicycle trip in the Middle
East, across the desert from Jerusalem to
Eilat, 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday, July 8, at
the Ann Arbor District Library in
downtown Ann Arbor. (734) 327-4560.

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