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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY. FEBBRYTARV 25_ I RCII

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AT LANTERN GALLERY:
EMU Staff Exhibit 1

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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By ANDREW LUGG1
Al Loving, David Tammany and
Lyn Cortes are young staff mem--
bers at Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity. Their works are currently
being exhibited at the Lantern
Gallery in Ann Arbor.,
Tammany, who comes closest to
"what we already know," shows
paintings which are both three-
quarters pop. Particularly, in his
drawings, he features many items
from the pop reportoire, nudes
with suntan marks and firm
breasts, automobiles and ma-
chinery.
The shaped drawing, "Magic
Box," while still retaining the pre-
cision and design quality of pop,
shows the "other quarter" of Tam--
many's work, a systematic investi-
gation of space and more impor-
tant the introduction of the sen-
suous. What Warhol calls "the
design of yesterday, the fine art of
today" has been given an added

dimension in which the colors and
forms are sensual as well as+
functional. I
Loving (as is Tammany) is con-
cerned with cubes and the de-
struction of their space. The draw-
ings, pastel screens, are studies for
the paintings. They lay out the
problems; the breaking down of
hard-edged lines with free abstract
expressionistic forms.+
Along with these drawings,
there are' a number of painted
blocks, varying in size from three-'
inch to 15-inch cubes, which also
define the "problem" for the1
paintings. Studies, yet complete inl
themselves, the cubes are in fact
three dimensional paintings, each
side being an attempt to structure
the space in such a way as to deny
the volume that the cubes occupy.'
In the paintings, Loving uses'
oils which gives a body or expres-
sionistic quality to the work. These

lop W orks
The Daily Offlical Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
paitigshav aroghhevy sity of Michigan for which The
paintings have a rough, heavy Michigan Dallygassumes no editor-
quality which contrasts sharply ial responsibility. Notices should be
with Tammany's "designs.' cent in TVPVwitIT 'F'rN form to
Unlike Tammany, Loving makes Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
no effort to present efficient, prc- pbli po and theday prec rin
fessional looking paintings. The , for Saturday and Sunday. General
struggle to develop the work, the Notices may be published a maxi-I
traces of the process of painting. mum of two times on request; Day
are ot oncaled Alays we Calendar items appear once only.
are not concealed. Always, we I Student organization notices are not
are aware of the artist's presence accepted for publication. For more
and 'this establishes Loving's main information call 764-9270.
concern, namely the process of SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25 1
painting. _
If Tammany and Loving area
concerned with conceptualizing Day . te a
and process, then Wyn Cortes'
University Dance Concert - Matinee,
paintings seem in strange con- p.m., $1; evening performance, 8 p.m.,
pany. Her work is direct and sub- $1.25. Barbour Gym-
jective. These are her own view of i
things, female and honest. cxperimental Dance Films: Architecture
"Double Mirror" is a self-por- Aud., 7 and 9:05 p.m.
trait; "Alicia I" shows her chil-
dren; "Oval Portrait," again, a School of Music Opera - Gounod's
chil. Ech o thse prtritsset"Faust," Joseph Blatt, music director;
child. Each of these portraits, set_
within a circle or oval, painted in
acrylic and/or oil, has a quick,
contemplative tone.
Not only do these 'look like
eN CINEM
locket paintings, or the old paint-
ings our grandparents display in
the livihg rooms, but also they P r e s
appear to have the idea associated
with the memory of these. They JULIE C
seem like the .old tokens that cer-
tain cults use in their rituals. AndyQ e
like these' tokens they suggest
much more beyond actual designs.j.

Ralph Herbert, stage director:

Lydia

Mendelssohn Theatre, p.m.
Hockey--U-M vs. North Dakota, Coli-
seum, 8 p.m.
General Notices
TV Center Programs: On Sun., Feb. 26,
the following programs produced by the
rv Center will have their initial tele-
cast on Detroit stations:
8:30 a.m., wXYZ-TV, Channel 7 -
'Understanding Our World. Meet the
Masters: Paul Klee." Paul Klee's phil-
:sophy of painting is analyzed by Prof.
!Guy Palazzola.
12 noon, WWJ-TV, Channel 4-U-M:
150. "UM 150 . . . Visitors 0." Michi-
;an's famed All-American football
.reat, Tom Harmon, tells the story of
football at the UJ-M.
University of Southern California Law
School: Walter B. Connolly, Jr., available
on Mon., Feb. 27, to talk with students
interested in that law school. Appoint.
ments arranged in 1223 Angell Hall.
(Continued on Page 8)

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By ELLEN FRANK
The University's Annual Dance
Concert was performed last night
before a full house at the Barbour
Gymnasium Dance Studio. The
originally choreographed . works
were performed by students and
faculty of the Dance Department.
The guest performers this year
were from the Ann Arbor Recre-
ation Department, a children's
dance group supervised by Mrs.
Taya Bergman. They danced their
own choreography in "Mordor"
beautifully.
There was a definite contrast in
quality of perfor'mance between
the first and second parts of the
concert-undergraduate and grad-
uate. It might have been ad-
vantageous for..all the performers
involved, if the more sophisticated.
works of the second half had been
intermingled with the not-so-
sophisticated ones of the first half.
Unfortunately the first eleven
dances come across as mediocre.
The concert was full of original
and interesting ideas. Costumes
varied from .colored leotards to
elaborately draped cloths fastened
on the dancers to accentuate the-
matic movements.
Accoipaniment ranged from
Bach to poetry to percussion in-
struments, and even the voice of
the, performers set the pace of one
"O f course I can get
you a
sailor's suit,
He's still aslee f."
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dance. Variety and excitement
were plentiful - quality lacked
soinetimes.
"Turnpike," the opening dance,
perked up the audience as the
dancers froze in a pose, winked
their yes and hated the rush of
zooming cars. The seven dancers
in "Connections" moved to their
own laughter and yelled out mis-
pronounciations of their dance
title.
In the second half, three of the
numbers stood out in excellence
of composition, and performance.
Two were masters theses--"The
Separateness of Things" choreo-
graphed by Barbara Berofsky and
"Apogee" by Barbara Allison,
which had its preview showing last
night. A duet, also choreographed
by Berofsky, was beautifully per-
formed by Michelle Levine, Jack
Perry and their chorus of five.
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