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October 10, 1996 - Image 20

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The Michigan Daily, 1996-10-10

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The museum exhibits more than 13,000 works in a variety of
media every year Located across from the Michigan Union, the
museum offers docent guided tours, lectures, gallery talks by artists
and curators, concerts and multimedia perforrmances. While galleries
on e first and second floors are open to the public, vast collections
held in the basement are accessible by students on an appointnent
basis only. Such intimate contact enables students to explore art on
more personal leveL.
Clockwise from top left: Liz Yhouse, a volunteer docent,
guides a tour of Angel Elemnentary School students through the
museum's current exhibit. / Graduate history student Warren
Rosenbium, a curator for the upcoming "Art of Eating: A Global
Perspective" exhibit, looks over some pieces. / Kevin Cauze,
museum preparator, examines the permanent collection for the
same upcoming exhibit / A permanent fixture in the museum. /
Kevin Canze looks for a particular vase in the museum's perma-
nent collection.

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