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Calendar April 1995 Visual Arts

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STILL SHOWING "Jennifer Reeves: The Offering Series" Alexa Lee Gallery, 201 Nickels Arcade. Gallery talk Apr. 8, 4 pm. Paintings thru Apr. 22. 663-8800 Photograms, 1 990-1 994" 2nd door gallery of Hill Auditorium. Bruce Checefsky exhibit thru Apr. 15, concurrent with exhibit of musical scores by Krzysztof Penderecki. 747-2237 "From Ansel Adams to Andy Warhol: Portraits and Self-Portralts " U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State. Thru May 21. 764-0395 "What Is a Portrait? Deplctlons of Women from the 18th through the 20th Centurles" U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State thru Apr. 30. 764-0395 Leslle Raymond Matrix Gallery, 212 Miller. Film and mixed media installation thru Apr. 2. 663-7775 "Labor and Leisure: French Prints from the Latter Half of the 19th Century" U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State thru May 14. 764-0395 "Resistance and Rescue: Denmark's Response to the Holocaust" Upper floor of Hillel. Photos by Judy Ellis Glickman in conjunction with 1 6th Annual Conference on the Holocaust, exhibit thru Apr. 10. 769-0500 "School of Art MFA Degree Exhlbltion: First Show" Rackham Galleries, 915 E. Washington. Jewelry design, graphic design, printmaking by Shiriey Miki De Moraes, Curt Ellis, Stephanie Milanowski, Jeff Sommers thru Apr. 9. 763-4438 1 SATURDAY Artrain The nation's only traveling art museum in a train, parked next to NEW Center, 1 100 N. Main thru Apr. 15. $4 adults, $2 students, seniors, children under 12. 747-8300 2 SUNDAY "Saint Portrait of an Artist" Reception 3-6 pm, Clare Spitier Works of Art, 2007 Pauline Ct. Paintings and Drawings thru May 30.662-8914 7 FRIDAY "A Celebration in Glass" Opening Apr. 7, 71 0 pm, Rebecca Berman Pelletier Gallery, 414 Detroit St. Group show thru Apr. 30. 741-0571 "Drawings by Sandy Loam" Matrix Gallery, 212 Miller. Thru Apr. 16. 663-7775 "Artistic Expresslons by Artists with a Disabillty" Reception 5:30-8 pm, The Lott, 1 22 S. Main, Ste. 320. Works range (rom watercolors & batik to stained glass & photos. Exhibit Apr. 5-22. Performances by Diversability Theatre. Center tor Independent Living, 971-0277 8 SATURDAY "In Focus: Kal Ch'i" Gallery talk & opening reception 7:30 pm, U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State. 764-0395 12WEDNESDAY "School of Art MFA Degree Exhibition: Second Show" Rackham Galleries, 91 5 E. Washington. Dolores Gray (photography), Gary Jenkins (painting), and Rachid F. Idriss, Darryl L. Leja and Ruth Richardson Smith (medical & biological illustration) thru Apr. 24. 763-4438 15 SATURDAY "Mondrian Wall Works" Jean Paul Slusser Gallery, Art & Architecture Bldg., U-M N. Campus. Reconstruction of Mondrian's NY studio c. 1943, thru May 12. 763-4438 21 FRIDAY Avery Clay Matrix Gallery, 212 Miller. Appropriated objects & mixed media collage thru Apr. 30. 663-7775 "Preserving Eternity: Afterllfe, Art, and Audlence in Anclent Egypt" Lecture 4:20 pm, Angelí Hall Aud. D by Janet Richards. Reception and guided exhibit tours follow at Kelsey Museum. 747-0441 22 SATURDAY "Homage to Antonin Artaud, Crucified of Society" Opening 2-6 pm, Galerie Jacques, 61 6 Wesley. Jean-Joseph Sanfourche's ute n new paíntings. See literary calendar. 665-9889 23 SUNDAY "Homage to Antonin Artaud, Crucified of Society" 2nd Opening Day 2-6 pm, Galerie Jacques, 61 6 Wesley. See 22 Sat. & literary calendar. 665-9889 27 THURSDAY "Eric Fischl: Solar Intaglio Prints" Opening 5-8 pm, Alexa Lee Gallery, 201 Nickels Arcade. New etchings thru June 3. 663-8800 Other Events 2 SUNDAY Dance Gallery Studio Open House 4 - 6 pm, 1 1 1 S. Third St. (off W. Huron) Free admission. Featuring Peter Sparling & Co. ledure demonstration, "Spring," other works in progress & repertory. 747-8885 4 TUESDAY Artraln Silver Anniversary Prelude On-board wine reception 6 pm, next to NEW Center, 1100 N. Main, dinner at Gandy Dancer 7:30 pm. $25 reception only, $1 00 reception & dinner. Reservations required. 747-8300 1 1 TUESDAY "Showcase" 7:30 pm, 1 51 5 Broadway, Detroit. Detroit Filmmakers Coalition showcase features work of John Prusak, and short "Who Do You Think You're Fooling?" by Michael White which suggests Tarantino stole plot for "Reservoir Dogs" from Hong Kong action film "City on Fire."313-965-4DFC


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