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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979--Pag. D5

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THE UNIVERSITY'S MUSEUM of Art draws many students for quick tours through its various exhibits. Other art facilities
in the city also offer much for the local art lover.
GALLERIES OFFER DIVERSE PIECES:
A2 .an art lover's haven

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By STEPHEN PICKOVER
As many of you sophisticated
cosmopolitan people may have already
ascertained, Ann Arbor is not New
York, Chicago, San Francisco or even
Detroit. Once the initial culture shock
has worn off and you find yourself
analyzing that hideous op-art concoc-

Rather than reading a cryptic review
of each gallery, it is far more beneficial
to see and judge them for yourself.
Following is a list peppered with what
is hoped are helpful comments to get
you underway. Bon appetit.
David Ackley Gallery-215 S. State.
Pre-Columbian. Very high-brow.
Alice Simsar Gallery-301 N. Main.
Ann Arbor Art Association-117 W.
Liberty. Nice displays-wide selection.
Arcade Gallery-Nickels Arcade.
Abernathy ceramics.
Baobab-208 W. Liberty and 123 W.
Washington-South American-objets-
d'art.,
Borders-303 S. State. Have nice
sales. Fine posters and prints.
Classical Glass-249 E. Liberty.
Blown glass works.
Denali Arts Inc.-by appointment
only; call 434-4118. Indian and Eskimo.
Forsythe Galleries-201 Nickels Ar-
cade. Above Post Office.
Gallatin Gallery-337 S. Main.
Gallery One-113 S. Fourth.
Graphic Art Wholesalers-224 S.
Main. Budget art.
Manchester Art Guild-138 E. Main,
Manchester. Across from Black Sheep
Repertory Theater.
Middle Earth-1209 S. University.
Crafts, rugs, jewelry.
Odyssey International Gallery
Briarwood Mall. Dali, Miro, Rockwell.
Sixteen Hands-119 W. Washington.
Eight artists, ergo ...
Union Gallery-Union. Besides of-
fering many shows of local talent the
gallery also does many exhibits which
the museum won't try, like a marvelous
Victrola show for the anniversary of the
contraption's invention.

Throughout the year there are also
numberous poster sales, usually during
book rush. Ulrich's, Logos. and the
Union also carry posters to fill up those
cavernous spaces of chartreuse. During
the summer Ann Arbor has an annual
art fair-a large event which draws ar-
tists from all over the country as well as
the natives.
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OLD WEST SIDE
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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48104
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tion strewn across the dorm walls like
zing slime for its various motifs and
eriod authenticity, it is time for a
efinite change. You will find yourself
tching to peruse ANY work of art, even
o -get a glimpse of those crumpled
rown paper lunch sacks soaked with
il-of which the Guggenheim is so fond.
To your astonishment, there are
ore than the requisite few showrooms
atering to the creative. This refers of
ourse to the many galleries dotting
Ann Arbor, as well as the University's
art museum (corner of S. University
and State)-a delightful place for that
hour or two between classes. Though
conservatively run, it boasts works
from the sixth century to the present as
well as some fine exhibits such as the
early Whistler show, the largest of its
kind in the country.
A QUICK WORD about the fare of-
fered in area galleries. Besides the
craft-type galleries (jewelry, leather,
wicker, kitsch sculpture, etc.) there are
those that deal in pre-Columbian bric-a-
brac, objets d'art, tasteful ceramics,
spectral blown glass, Indian, Eskimo,
South American, and African sculpture
and wall hangings beside the plethora
of original lithograhs, etchings,
acrylics, oils and watercolors'
available. Many are reasonably priced
unded $100.

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Series B (Saturday Eve., 8 p.m.) - Oct.
Series C (Sunday Mat.. 2 p.m.) - Oct.
Series D (Sunday Eve., 8 p.m.) - Oct.

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