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2A - Thursday, September 27, 2007

FRIDAY:
The Extremist

Flash photography

Flipping through a stack of black
and white postcards near the regis-
ter at Shaman Drum Bookshop, you
come across vintage portraits of James
Joyce, Virginia Woolf - and then sud-
denly - a faded shot of two naked men
leaning over the passenger side win-
dow of an Ann Arbor cop car. But it's
not a pornographic gag tossed in to
shock the stuffy literary postcard col-
lector - it's a Harvey Drouillard.
Drouillard earned his reputation
in Ann Arbor in the spring of 1994 for
photographing nude models in front of
city landmarks.
That year, Harvey rented out a part
of his large downtown apartment to
a nude photography workshop. on a
whim, Harvey borrowed manual cam-
era and a roll of film to shoot during
Hash Bash. He got addicted.
"Its such an adrenaline buzz," said
Harvey of shooting nudes in public.
"You never forget it."
Drouillard, now a professional pho-
tographer who has shot in more than
CRIME NOTES
Man disrupts Stu
class fin
WHERE: Michigan League tici
WHEN: Tuesday at 8 p.m.
WHAT: A man claiming tobe the
a University alum was escorted
from the building after he WHEt
repeatedly disrupted a lecture, WHEP
the Department of Public Safe- p.m.
ty reported. The man, who was WHA'
given a verbal warning, walked report
into the room and began talk- stolen
ing several times. unsur(
len ori
Thieves try to
steal books Clo
WHERE: Michigan Union
bookstore fl0
WHEN: Tuesday at 12:15 p.m.
WHAT: Police arrested two WHET
men not affiliated with the Uni- ments
versity for larceny after the men WHEt
tried to steal two textbooks val- p.m.
ued at about $155, the Depart- WHA'
ment of Public Safety reported. from c
Bookstore staff noticed the men about
wandering in the store over the age to
past few days. report

22 North American cities, still lives and
works in Ann Arbor. Models are mostly
local volunteers - sometimes students
- who average around 24 years old.
"It started at the strangest time,"
Drouillard said, referring to the onset
of his career. Mid-1990s AnnArbor was
the focus of negative media attention
due to a rise in violent crime, he said.
"The city saw (my project) as aposi-
tive thing," he said. On his website,
Drouillard maintains the artistic goal
he set at the time: "To make people
smile."
It's also to see how much he can get
away with.
According to a 1998 Metro Times
article that followed a Drouillardshoot,
the process went something like this: a
car pulled up in front of a local hang-
out. A clothed young woman stepped
out. With a flash of hand signals and
quick shouts, Drouillard instructed
the girl to drop trou and hit a pose.
Drouillard snapped a couple of shots,
the girl redressed, and they hopped

back into the car and drove away - all
in a matter of seconds.
Early shoots were sporadic.
Drouillard would pick locations as he
walked with models. For his recent
work, Drouillard scopes out the loca-
tion, does practice runs and coordi-
nates hand signals with models in
advance.
Drouillard said people's reactions
to the shot are often more interest-
ing than the models themselves. Most
people around the shoot don't seem to
notice, he said.
And the ones who do often seem to
ignore it.
"People's true manners come out
when something really bizarre hap-
pens," he said.
Drouillard is still considering doing
a massive nude shoot in Michigan Sta-
dium. He's been rethinking the idea.
"The world record is 63,000 nude
people in one shot," he said. "It would
make history."
MARY WILCOP

A nude woman walks into the now defunct Del
Rio bar in 2003. Photographer Harvey Drouil-
lard began shooting nudes on the streets of Ann
Arbor in 1994.

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m stolen
RE: Bursley Hall
;N: Tuesday at about 3:30
T: A male student
ed his football tickets
, DPS reported. He was
e if the tickets were sto-
if he lost them.
gged sink
ds home
RE: Northwood I apart-
M: Tuesday at about 2
T: Water overflowing
logged sink caused
$3,000 in property dam-
the apartment, DPS
ed.

TASA meeting
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Students Association
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WHERE: Wolverine Room,
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Sukkot services
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Orthodox services for the
Jewish holiday
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and 7:10 p.m.
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Center, at 1429 Hill Street
FestiFools open
house
'WHAT: Organizers for Festi-
Fools, an April Fools Day fes-
tival featuring papier-mache
puppets, will be hosting an
open house.

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to 7 p.m.
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at 1239 Kipke Street
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bikini-cald women partici-
pated in the largest swim-
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Reuters reported. Cosmopoli-
tan magazine sponsored the
shoot, which took place on
Bondi beach in Sydney. Some
of the women were models, but
most were volunteers.
The head of the Catholic
Church in Mozambique
told a BBC reporter that
European condom manufac-
turers are deliberately lacing
condoms with HIV to "finish
quickly the African people,"
BBC News reported.
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Design, which runs Work
Gallery on State Street,
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Detroit, last weekend.
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