STILL SHOWING "Spirit of Lady Godiva" Berman Pelletier Gallery, 41 4 Detroit St. (next to Zingerman's). Photographs of nudes n public places by Harvey, taken in Hot Springs AK, New Orleans, Alburquerque, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Madison Wl, New York NY, & Michigan. 55 signed & numbered works starting at $1 50. Book published soon. Harvey: 1-800-760-DROP. Thru Sept. 9. 741-0571 Edda Renouf : Paintings, Drawi ngs, Prints U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State. Thru Oct. 15. 764-0395 "Docents' Choice: Celebrating 20 Years of Museum Teaching" U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State. Volunteer group's selection from the permanent collection thru October 1 . 764-0395 1 FRIDAY "Accrochage II" Reception & "First Fridays" poetry reading 8:30 pm, Galerie Jacques, 41 4 Wesley. Works by John Elkerr, Jabar, Charles Lassiter, J.J. Sanfourche, Gérard Sendrey, & Bernard ThomasRoudeix thru Sept. 16. 665-9889 2 SATURDAY "Adrlaen van Ostade: Etchings of Peasant Life In Hollands Golden Age" U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State. All known etchings and some paintings by painter from Rembrandt's time thru October 15. 764-0395 8 FRIDAY Felch Street Group Exhibition Reception 5-8 pm, Alexa Lee Gallery, 201 Nickels Arcade. Photos documenting nstallations created in a Felch St. industrial space by Riek Burns, Kathy Constantinides, Larry Cressman, Matthew Degenaro, Ruth Green, Sarah Innes, Kathryn Brackett Luchs, Michael Luchs, Ann Mikolowski, Jeff Sommers, Paul Stewart, Nancy Stokes, Michael Thomas, John TormeyS Ben Upton. Exhibit Sept. 8-Oct. 14. 663-8800 "Symbols, Rituals, Icons" Reception 6-8 pm, Art Center, Ann Arbor Art Association, 117 W. Liberty. Barbara Dorchen, Ted Ramsay, Richard Washington exhibit painting & mixed media Aug. 24-Sept. 17. 9948004 Judith Jacobs Reception 6-8 pm, Washtenaw Council for the Arts "Loft," 122 S. Main, Ste. 320. Collages thru Sept. 23. 996-2777 "Directions" Opening 7 pm, Slusser Gallery, Art & Aren. Bldg., N. Campus, 2000 Bonisteel Blvd. First yr. U-M grad. students' works in progress. Exhibit Sept. 6-15. 6624313 9 SATURDAY "Cybernetic Music Environments" 1 1 amnoon, U-M Museum of Art Apse, 525 S. State. New Art League Second Saturday Mornings kicks off with music by John Dunn and computer graphic projections by Jamy Sheridan. Demonstration & discussion led by the artists. Free. 764-0395 10SUNDAY ((( ripple ))) Opening 3-6 pm, Clare Spitier Works of Art, 2007 Pauline Ct. Mixed media works on wood by Tomoko Ogawa thru Oct. 17. 662-8914 12TUESDAY "Art on a Napkin" 7 pm, Berman Pelletier Gallery, 414 Detroit St. & Sweet Lorraine's Cafe & Bar, 303 Detroit St. Performance by Peter Sparling & Co., silent auction of napkins painted by local and national artists to benefit Dance GalleryPeter Sparling & Co. Reserved tix $25. 677-2971 23 SATURDAY "Painting with Fire: Pewabic Vessels in the Margaret Watson Parker Collection" U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State. Selected from pieces that Detroit's Pewabic Pottery founder Mary Chase Stratton deemed of highest quality. Thru Jan. 7. 764-0395 "Inclusions and Exclusions: Artistic License in Adriaen van Ostade's Etchings from the Dutch Golden Age" Lecture, 8 pm, Angelí Hall Aud. B and Opening Reception afterwards in U-M Museumof Art. Linda Sone-Ferrier, Prof. of Art History, U of Kansas. Free. 764-0395 OtSer Arts Events 9 SATURDAY Chinese Opera Demonstration Opera star Man Wong demónstrales opera face painting, costuming & acrobatics 4-5:30 pm at ArtVentures, Ann ArborArt Association, 117 W. Liberty. $5. 994-8004 If you have an event or opportunity to list, please send the information to AGENDA Arts Editor, 220 S. Main St, Ann Arbor Ml 48104 or cali 994-8781 .
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