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July 16, 1975 - Image 20

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Art Fair overview

(Continued from Page 3)
Brunvard stretched his right
arm in an expansive sr::: "25,-
t00? Who knows? It has abso-
lutely skyrocketed in the I a s t
few years'. . . we almost con..
sidered advertising that people
shouldn't come."
In its report to the Ci y Coun-
cil the Mayor's Art Fair Com-
mittee recommended that it he
reconvened for future fairs. Al-
though the committee serves an
obviously necessary finction as
coordinating agents for the four

day. event that has grown larger
than Ann Arbor itself, it also
serves a somewhat less obvious
function that may prove to be
more necessary in the future.
The Committee brought the co-
ordinators of the Street Fair and
Free Festival together for the
first time.
BRUNVAND explained tha al-
though the two groups had nev-
er ignored each other, they had
never, on the other hand, ac-
tually recognized each otner and

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the new "sense of ;coiperation
recognition, helped."
White agreed that the o-gan-
izers of the two eves's were
never in close contact "and in
fact,. occasionally worked at
cross-purposes . . . it was bene-
ficial to work together like tls."
As for maintaining an idenity
of "distinction and quasity," the
words can be applied to a wide
variety of standards and inter-
pretations. You will have four
days this month to get out and
look, enjoy, buy, and judge for
yourself.
"personaiizeedand distinctive"
JERRY ERICKSON
BILL
STEVE DURIS
BARBER SHOP
HOURS:
Tues.-Sat.: 8-30-5:30
Wed.: 11:00-8:00
816 South State Street
AneArbor. Michian
Phone: 668-8669.

THIS WOMAN is one of the many artists that participate in
the Art Fair each year. Taking into account all three fairs,
there will be approximately 950 exhibitors this year. The Fair
will continue until Saturday.

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