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All-media Events For Artists, Students & Presenters

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November
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1994
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(Unless otherwise noted, all events listed are frec, open to the public, and in Ann Arbor.) 2 WEDNESDAY Video Planning Meeting:"Peace InSight" 8 pm, cali for location. Créate, videotape and edit TV shows for A2 Community Access TV series - beginners welcome. Topics include all peace and social justice issues. 761-7749 4 FRIDAY "Architectural Clay": Concordia College Kreft Center for the Arts 7:30 pm, 4090 Geddes Rd. Slide lecture by visiting artist Penelope Fleming, who has pioneered the use of clay in sculptural wallpieces for public and private spaces. 995-7358 5 SATURDAY "Architectural Clay": Concordia College Kreft Center for the Arts 9:30 am -3:3Opm. Workshop & demonstration of techniques for hollow sculptural construction, $20 incl. lunch, (see Fri 4) Comic Art Workshop: Ann Arbor Comicon Comic Book and Trading Card Show 1-3 pm, Domino's Farms, 24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr. $17.50 adv$20 door (plus $3 Con admission). 944-2815 6 SUNDAY ArtVentures Workshop "First Sundays Free": Ann Arbor Art Association noon-5 pm, 1 17 W. Liberty. Adults and children can drop in and créate an art project. 994-8004 10THURSDAY "Clay in the Mind's Eye" 8 pm, Crysler Auditorium (Bonisteel Blvd. across from School of Art). Slide lecture by John Stephenson in conjunction with "After the Fire" exhibit (see 4 Fri, Visual Arts Calendar). 11 FRIDAY ArtVentures Workshop "Beaded Jewelry": Ann Arbor Art Association 7 pm, 1 17 W. Liberty. Informal workshops for adults, $5. 994-8004 12 SATURDAY "The Failures and Challenges of Criticism" 8 pm, Angelí Hall Aud B. Michael Brenson, well-known writer and former chief critic for The New York Times discusses the difficulties and rewards of interpreting contemporary art for the public. 7640395 "Airmagic Airbrush Festival" 10 am - 6 pm, Novi Expo Center, Novi. More than 12 national dealers, live demos. Advance tickets $ 1 0, refundable with product purchase. 800-4898070 14 MOND AY "The Impact of Arts Education on Employability : A Forum forTeachers, Parents and Members of the Community." 7:30 pm, Tappan Aud., U-M School of Ed. Speakers from local businesses, higher education, and the arts. 994-2314 17 THURSDAY "The lOth Anniversary Governors' Arts Awards": Concerned Citizens for the Arts in Michigan 6 pm, Detroit Institute of Arts. $25 reception and awards ceremony$ 1 75 reception, ceremony & dinner. Marilyn Wheaton, 313-961-1776 25 FRIDAY Art Center's ArtVentures Workshop "Marbled Paper" 7 pm. (see 11 Fri)

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