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Page 8--The Michigan Daily-Friday, March 18, 1988

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Festiva
Artists
By Preeti Malani
The talents of pianist Gail Davis
Barnes, poet T.J. Anderson III, and
artist/photographer Robert Banks
will be featured Saturday night at
the Festival of Ann Arbor Artists.
The festival is a benefit performance
for the Student Advocacy Center.
The Center works with students and
their families to see that appropriate
services are received from the public
school system. The center works
primarily with minority and handi-
capped students, according to
spokesperson, Ruth Zweifter.
Barnes, an independent private
piano teacher and performer in Ann
Arbor, studied music at Ohio State
University and at the University. "I

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benefit
grew up with music," Barnes ex-
plains. She began playing the piano
at age five and had a great deal of
exposure to classical and jazz from
her parents. She holds a special in-
terest in Afro-American music. This
is the focus of her upcoming per-
formance. Her lecture recitals on
Afro-American music have been
enthusiastically received at several
cities around the nation.
One of the high points i n
Barnes' career came when she had
the opportunity to teach general
music and music appreciation to a
group of international students in
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. She is a
member of the Suzuki Association
of the Americas, Delta Omicron
Music Fraternity, Michigan Music
Teachers Association, Music'

Teachers National Association, and
the Ann Arbor Area Piano Teachers
Guild.
Anderson is a current graduate
student at the University, and he
expects to receive a M.F.A. with
major emphasis on creative writ-
ing/poetry this year. Anderson's
honors from the University include
the Rackham Minority Fellowship
and the Major Hopwood Award for
Poetry. He has received several
other honors from various confer-
ences and learning institutions in
addition to being a teaching assis-
tant at the University.
Banks is an Ann Arbor artist
working in both painting and pho-
tography. He studied at the People's
Art Center in St. Louis, and cur-
rently he is working both as a
teacher and lecturer. The recurring
theme in his work details the Black

experience. His paintings include
portraits and realistic scenes and are
done in many mediums including
oils, pastels, charcoal, and acrylic.
His photographs consist of land-
scapes and people. Banks is well
known for both his artwork and his
service to the community.
THE FESTIVAL OF ANN AR-
BOR artists will be this Saturday,
March 19 at 8 p.m. This event
will be held at the Unitarian
Church, 1917 Washtenaw. For
tickets or information call the Stu-
dent Advocacy Center, 995-0477.

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