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September 1996 Visual Arts Calendar

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1996
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Albert Kahn : An American Architect Abroad" U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State. Drawings by designer of Hill Auditorium, Burton Tower, etc. thru Sept. 8. 764-0395 Common Ground: African Art and Affinities" U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State. Juxtaposition of African artifacts with artifacts from other continents thru Jan., 1997. 764-0395 "Music, Art and Politics: Presidential Campaign Music, Caricatures and Portraits" Ann Arbor District Library, 343 S. 5th Ave. Part of Presidential Memorabilia show, thru Sept. 994-2333 Summer Show of Gallery Artists Galerie Jacques, 414 Wesley. Exhibit thru September 7. 665-9889 1 SUNDAY Ann Arbor Art Center Offsite Exhibitions Espresso Royalle, 640 Packard: Christopher Light. Espresso Royalle, 324 S. State: Gerald Mulka. Espresso Royalle, 214 S. Main: Liz Frankland. Michigan Heart & Vasular Inst., St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Complex: Women Painters for Women's Health : Ann Arbor Women Painters Board Exhibition. Oasis Hot Tub Gardens, 2301 S. State: Robert Wilson. 994-8004 4 WEDNESDAY Paintings from the Estáte of Edith Dines Kamrowski Artful Exchange Gallery, 251 E. Washington. Intricate surreal work from Ann Arbor artist, b.1924, d.1995 thru Oct. 5. 761-2287 6 FRIDAY Group Consequences Opening 6-8pm, Matrix Gallery, 212 Miller. CynthiaGreig, Valerie Mann, Mark Nielsen, Shawn R. Skabelund. Julie Bedore White exhibit thru Oct. 6. Some work also on display in Sweetwaters Cafe. 663-7775 "Altered Spaces, Altered Times..." Reception 7-9 pm, Michigan Guild Gallery, 1 1 8 N 4th Ave. Scott Hitchcock 's 3dimensional photographs exhibit Aug. 27-Sept. 28. 662-3382 8 SUNDAY Rolf Wojciechowski 3-6 pm. Clare Spitier Works of Art, 2007 Pauline Ct. Trompe-L'oeil collages thru Oct. 1 5. 6628914 10 TUESDAY "Castagnacci works: 1968-1995" Reception 5:30-7:30 pm, Slusser Gallery, School of Art, 2000 Bonisteel Blvd. U-M art professor shows Sept. 6-29. 7640347, 763-4438 Lynn Grammatico & Annie James Breiholtz Pierpont Commons Gallery, N. Campus. Representational paintings thru Sept. 26. 764-7544 ENT1TY, The Arm Arbor Computer Artist Coalition Pierpont Commons Atrium, N. Campus. Computer graphics thru Sept. 26. 764-7544 13 FRIDAY Body 'Language Reception 6-8pm, Ann Arbor Art Center, 1 17 W. Liberty. Large bw drypoint prints by Jim Cogswell, exMbit Sept 5-Oct. 6. 994-8004 14 SATURDAY "Full Cycle" 1 1 am, Museum of Art AV Room, U-M Museumof Art, 525 S. State. New Art League Second Saturday event is a British video documentan & interview with world-famous artists Vitaly Komar & Alexander Melamid. 764-0395 15 SUNDAY "The Long Road to Freedom: The Advocate History of the Gay & Lesbian Movement" Art Lounge, Michigan Union, 530 S. State. Photographs, cartoons, anieles, interviews, advertisements & covers from The Advocate, the national gay & lesbian magazine, from the Stonewall rebellion thru the present. Presented by GLAAD, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. Ann Arbor showing in 9 city tour will exhibit thru Sept. 25. 212-807-1700 21 SATURDAY "Venice, Traditions Trasnsformed" UM Museum of Art, 525 S. State. Paintings, prints, drawings & rare books from the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation and the U-M. Exhibit thru Jan. 12. 764-0395 22 SUNDAY U-M Museum of Art Birthday Bash 1 - 5 pm, U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State. bOth anniversary celebration events listed n article above. 764-0395 25 WEDNESDAY Komar, Melamid, and Renée Roundtable Discussion, "The Possibilities and Limits of Collaboration," 7:30 pm, West Gallery, U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State. Five paintings resulting from a colaboraron between Russian émigré painters & an elephant. Discussion with the human artists, the elephant's trainer, a local art critic, & an animal behaviorist. Free with ticket to reserve space. Tix at Museum Gift Shop 6 at door. 764-0395 30 MONDA Y "Nefertotee" 6:30-10 pm, Sweet Lorraine's Café & Bar, 303 Detroit. Original tote bags, often with ancient theme, designed by about 50 area artists offered at silent auction to benefit U-M Kelsey Museum of Archeology's educational outreach programs. Tickets: $30 non-members, $25 Kelsey Museum members, $15 students. 313-647-0441 "The Motives of Memory: Commercializing the Jewish Past in Poland" Rackham East Gallery, Rackham School of Gradúate Studies, 915 E. Washington. Photographs by Erica Lehrer thru Oct. 12. 764-7544

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