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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PaeToTH IHGA AL

Friday, November 22, 1968

art

M.F.

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show overcomes limitations

3020 Washtenow, Ph. 434-1782
Between Ypsilanti & Ann Arbor

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ASSOC.
World Whoopee I
INTERNATIONAL PARTY

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The four worst things about the
Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) show
in the Union Assembly Hall are
the institutional yellow walls. The
work itself is on the whole well-
executed and interesting, espec-
ially when you consider the in-
herent problems of an art student
in Ann Arbor.
This City offers little in the
way of technological or financial
aid to artists. The facilities at the
art school do not allow for work
of the scale or scope expected of
a professional artist. Funds are
usually inadequate, and the only
art supply store near the school
hardly lends financial encourage-
ment.
While the works are hardly
shocking, they show both sensi-
tivity and maturity. One profes-
sor of art suggests there is little
in the show which can be called
original; there is too much hero
worship or mimicry of such art
world scions as Oldenberg or
Stella. This criticism is too harsh.
The influences are certainly there,
but so is the originality.
For example, the effect of Kath-
leen Finneran's sculpture "Fix-
ture no. 3" is not so different
from the ironic effect of Olden-
berg's hard and soft light switch-
es. Yet, her approach ishdecidedly
more formal. Influence and syn-
thesis.
Rocco Lodise's "Vibration" re-
flects a similar originality. In the
tradition of Optical and Minimal
Art, the painting destroys its
own reality. The edges, actually
straight, are unquestionably curv-
ed. The effect is uncanny.
The show will run until next
Wednesday. See it.

IPAYIS, Ar
COLOR by Dexe
United Artiste 41

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At the International Center FRI., NOV. 22
FR EEadmission, refreshments 9:00 P.M.-12:00 P.M.
EVERYONE WELCOME

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Rocco Lodise's 'Vibration'

Daleen Menning's 'Untitled'

POOR RICHARD PRESENTS:
12th Annual Poor Richard
FOLK FESTIVAL
(A Folk Odyssey)
with:
PAM MILES
BARRY O'NEIL
JACK QUINE
PETER BOWEN
BOB FRANKE (and the group)
See them do their thing
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22

DIAL 5-6290
Daily at 1:00-3:45-6:30-9:10
Now for the
first time
at popular prices.
Direct from
its reserved-seat
engagement.
Winner of 3
Academy Awards!
TECHNICOLOR*PANAVISION*
en~fROM WARNER BROS.-SEVEN ARTS W

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8:30 P.M.

75c

Gabriel Richard Center
331 Thompson

The New '69
JAZZ BAND4
LARRY DAVIDSON, Director
SATURDAY, NOV. 23 8:00 P.M.
Hill Auditorium FREE Admission

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Lewis Simpson's 'Oral'

Yes, Spiron Humphuskie,
DAVID ACKLES
IS HERE!!
Elektra Records Recording Artist
Songwriter-Performer
at
i XY TOUC710
TONITE!
"He who laughs last, Sat. and Sun.
didn't catch on."
-in loco parentis doors open 8 P.M.
FREE EATS SLURP!
JULIET of the SPIRITS
DIRECTED BY
FELLINI
THIS ITALIAN DIRECTOR'S FIRST COLOR FILM.
MAKER OF "81/2," "LA STRADA"
THREE SHOWS EACH NIGHT

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THE 1.S. PREMIERE OF

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DEPARTMENT OF ART
Present
PUCCINI'S "LA BOHEME"
(English Translation by Josef Blatt)
NOVEMBER 22-23; 25-26, 8:00 P.M.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
ALL TICKETS - $3.00
MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED NOW. Make checks pbyable to "University of Michigan." Send
self-addressed, stamped envelope to School of Music Opera, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48104. Box office opens Monday, November 18, 1968, 12:30 to 5:00 P.M.

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DIAL 8-6416 #
An outrageous bedroom romp
loaded with suspicious wives,
flirtatious friends,
amorous husbands,
rtriple-crossing sweethearts,
revolvingbeds, outraged lovers,
the Paris Fire Department,
and the French Cavalry.
:;. -';:: .. "... .r.. * The French Cavalry?-
20CENTURY-FOX PRESENT
RHLhGUIS JDURDfIN
MEHLMERT.

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