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(Unless otherwise noted, all cvcnts listed are tree. open to the public, and in Ann Arbor.) 1 TUESDAY "The Works of Lula Nester and James Patterson": The Michigan Guild Gallery 1 18 N. Fourth Ave. Exhibit of abstract watercolors by Nester and contemporary jewelry by Patterson, thru 4 Dec. 662-0339 "Art-Atfects": Clair Spitier Works of Art 2007 Pauline Cl. New assemblages and objects by Ann Savageau and Rolf Wojciechowski, thru 29 Tue. 662-8914 "One Foot in the Door": A2 Art Association 1 1 7 W. Liberty. Part two of annualjuried exhibit, runs thru 14 Mon. 994-S0C4 "From the Musician's Point of View: John E. Lawrence": North Campus Commons Arts and Programs NCC Gallery Wall. Conte crayon portraits of musicians, thru 1 8 Fri. 764-7544 "The Temple of Confessions": Detroit Institute of Arts Interactive performance installation dealing with cultural stereotyping, by Guillermo Gómez-Peña & Roberto Sifuentes, thru 6 Sun. (free with museumadmission). 313-833-7884 "Visiones del Pueblo: The Folk Art of Latín America": Toledo Museum of Art Thru 15 Jan '95. 419-2558000 "Bosnia and Herzegovina: Before, During , and After the War": North Campus Commons Arts & Programs NCC Art Lounge. Photo exhibit by Amir Pasic, thru 17 Thu. 764-7544 Master of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree Exhibitions. Rackham Galleries. 9 1 5 E. Fletcher. Exhibits, featuring Dec. graduates of the School of Art, change weekly. 763-4417 African Art: Ü-M Museum of Art Art works of sub-Saharan África, thru June, '95. 764-0395 "Isamu Noguchi: Exploration and ( olla I ir at i on": U-M Museum Of Art Exhibit featuring early work and the artist's sculptural set for Martha Graham's "Cave of the Heart," thru 13 Sun. 764-0395 "The Jade Studio": U-M Museum of ArtMasterpieces of Chinese Ming and Qing Dynasty Painting and Calligraphy from the Wong Nan-p'ing Collection, thru 20 Sun. 764-0395 "Homage to Daily Existences": Sweetwaters Cafe 1 23 W. Washington. Color photo transfers by Jennifer Baker, thru 5 Sat. 663-7775 Sculpture, Drawings & Prints of Lincoln Schatz:Alexa Lee Gallery 201 Nickels Arcade. Thru 11 Fri. 663-8800 2 WEDNESDAY "Photos of Mosques in the U.S.": North Campus Commons Arts and Programs NCC Atrium, thru 16Wed. 764-7544 "Caves to Cathedrals": Ann Arbor Art Association 117 West Liberty. Installation of the yearly theme "Basic to Beautiful" includes this unit, thru Jan. '95. 994-8004 4 FRIDAY "First Fridays" Poetry Reading: Galerie Jacques 8:30 pm, 616 Wesley. With poets Vivie Francés and Perri Giovannucci. Currently showing: "The Magical World of ClaudineGoux: Paintings, Drawings, Etchings" thru 26 Nov. 665-9889 Multi-media Exhibit: Rebecca Berman Pelletier Gallery Opening 7-10 pm, 414 Detroit St. Paintings and collage by Karen lzenbert and ceramics by Robert Briscoe, thru 27 Sun. 741-0571 Exhibit by Lula Nestor & James Patterson: Michigan Guild Gallery Opening 6-9 pm, 118 N. 4th Ave. Runs 1 Nov-4 Dec. 662-3382 "John Stephenson: After the Fire, A Retrospective": U-M Museum of Art Opening receptions : 6-8 pm, Museum of Art; 8-10 pm, Jean Paul Slusser Gallery (U-M School of Art). Joint exhibit: SlusserGallery, 5 Nov. - 18 Dec; U-M Museum of Art, 5 15 Jan. '95. Celebrating work of the well-known ceramicist on his retirement from U-M School of Art. 764-0395 18 FRIDAY "Mary Gillis - Paintings and Sculpture": Alexa Lee Gallery Opening 6-8 pm, 20 1 Nickels Arcade. Large, abstract, mixed-media paintings and welded steel sculptures by Michigan artist, thru 23 Dec. 6638800 Holiday Art Sale: Ann Arbor Women Painters Opening 7-9 pm, WCA Loft Gallery, 122 S. Main St., Ste. 320(3rdfloorofGoodyearBldg). Exhibitionruns l4Nov.-l7Dec.9962777 29 TUESDAY "Tactile Articulation": N. Campus Commons Arts & Programs Opening? pm, NCC Atrium. U-M Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition by Andrea Berez, Ana Furioso, Nora Venturelli & Ellen Whetmore. Exhibit runs 28 Nov. -9 Dec.


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