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January 07, 2005 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-01-07

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AROUND TOWN

Artist Matthew Shlian of

Connecticut explains his

concepts to Barbara

Kratchman of Bloomfield

Township.

STUDIO HOPP NG

Cranbrook benefit
gives guests a glimpse
into the creative life
of emerging artists.

BY RONIT PINTO

PHOTOGRAPHY BY

ANGIE BAAN

Dinner was served with 150

graduate students taking part.

1 0 • JANUARY 2003 • JNPLATINUM

hilanthropic-minded art
lovers got a behind-the-
scenes look at the artists' stu-
dios of the Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook
Academy of Art and Art Museum
thanks to the Cranbrook Educational
Community's FanFare '04.
More than 250 collectors, support-
ers and donors to the arts gathered at
the annual fall fund-raiser. Patrons
had a rare opportunity to delve first-
hand into the heart of the Cranbrook
Academy, an independent graduate-
degree program.
The evening began with a recep-
tion, where guests engaged the
esident artists, whose job is to mentor
students.
Treated to the Moneo-designed
New Studios Building and the

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