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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-01-16

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January 16 • 2014

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Charach Gallery opens exhibit that
turns forgotten items into works of art.

Elizabeth Applebaum
I Special to the Jewish News

W

hen Jo Rosen was
at a flea market and
stumbled across an old
wooden board — a circle at its cen-
ter, curling, ribbon-like designs at
the top — she knew she had found
a treasure.
"Bagatelle and Baseball" it read,
referencing both America's favor-
ite pastime and a once-popular,
pinball-like game.
The typical passerby probably
paid little attention to this bit
of memorabilia, but Rosen was
enchanted. She took it home and,
prerrir
as can only happen in the magi-
mum*
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.
cal hands of an artist, the board
became something completely new.
Jo Rosen: Bagatelle and Baseball.
Rosen, 60, of West Bloomfield,
is one of 16 artists whose works
will be featured in the new exhibit
truly perfected their craft into an
from the Jewish Community Center of
interesting, well-made art object"
Metropolitan Detroit's Janice Charach
Jo Rosen calls her Bagatelle and
Gallery.
Baseball re-creation homage to her
lifelong love of collecting folk art,
"Old2New: A Celebration of Art
vintage children's toys and primi-
Through Salvaged, Found Object and
Upcycled Material" will open 1-4 p.m.
tives. After mounting the game on
Sunday, Jan. 19, and continue through
a board, she surrounded it with "an
Feb. 27.
assemblage of slivers of mosaic tiles,
"Most of the artists in the show
buttons and tiny carnival toys.
have been working with upcycled
"Part of its charm for me are the
material for a long time:' said Gallery
memories of the times I played these
Coordinator Kelly Kaatz. "They have
games as a child — pulling back

2014 Music Schedule from page 41

The new JCC Stephen Gottlieb
8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25
Music Series will open Jan. 25-26
2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 26
with Eric Gutman, Detroit native
6 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 26
and Broadway star of Jersey Boys, in
Eric Gutman stars in the world
a world-premiere, From Broadway
premiere of From Broadway to
to Obscurity, that will tell of how
Obscurity.
the actor/singer found fame — and
Presented in partnership with the
then gave it all up to come back
Berman Center for the Performing
home to Michigan (see related story
Arts.
on page 41).
JCC members: $22/nonmembers:
The series, chaired by Frank
$27.
Hoffman and Don Cohen, also
will feature annual favorites the
8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20
Michigan Board of Cantors and
The Haifa Symphony Orchestra will
Elaine Serling.
perform works by Rachmaninoff and
Most events will be held at the
Tchaikovsky. Presented in partnership
Berman Center for the Performing
with the Berman Signature Series.
Arts at the Jewish Community
JCC members: $62/nonmembers:
Center of Metropolitan Detroit, 6600 $67.
W. Maple Road, in West Bloomfield.
To purchase tickets, visit
7:30 p.m. Thursday,
theberman.org or call (248) 661-
March 27
1900.
This evening will honor the Michigan

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