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Mime Workshop at Third Annual Creative Arts Festival at Huron High School, March 1974

Mime Workshop at Third Annual Creative Arts Festival at Huron High School, March 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 26, 1974
Caption
Student Beth Meyer, (left,) teacher Des Ryan, and other Huron students, Sarah Dlos, Lori Alcock, Susan Penix and Karen Heimann present "A Taste of Mime" at Huron High School's recent Third Annual Creative Arts Festival. Students plan to organize a mime troupe.

Fighting Stereotypes, Pioneer High School Black Student Union, Forum and Workshop, April 1995

Fighting Stereotypes, Pioneer High School Black Student Union, Forum and Workshop, April 1995 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 5, 1995
Caption
If you understand the legacy of your culture -- if you could see Frederick Douglass in yourself or Harriet Tubman in yourself, I'm-just-gonna-pass will just not do,' Aidoo Osei, co-founder of Redemption Incorporated, tells black students at Pioneer High School.

Baptists To Observe Black History Week

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6
Month
February
Year
1971
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Professor Edward Stasheff makes up Rev. Malcolm B. Ballinger at two-day U-M workshop on religious radio and TV, January 1953

Professor Edward Stasheff makes up Rev. Malcolm B. Ballinger at two-day U-M workshop on religious radio and TV, January 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 31, 1953
Caption
Make-up is necessary for TV performers, even men, workshop leaders advised. Without make-up a person looks washed out and even a fresh shave tends ot look like "five o'clock shadow" in a close-up, they said. Eyebrow pencil is used to darken eye brows and pancake make-up to hide beards. Prof. Stasheff shows Rev. Mr. Mitchell how to make up. Being made up is Rev. Malcolm B. Ballinger, University Hospital chaplain.

Rev. Chester H. Loucks and other ministers at two-day U-M workshop on religious radio and TV, January 1953

Rev. Chester H. Loucks and other ministers at two-day U-M workshop on religious radio and TV, January 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 31, 1953
Caption
Miss Greschke points the camera at Rev. Chester H. Loucks of the First Baptist Church for a close-up. Fellow ministers see camera image on monitor set. Seated (left to right) are Rev. C. W. Carpenter of the Second Baptist Church, Rev. George W. Barger of Memorial Christian Church (with glasses), and Rev. Charles Mitchell of the First Presbyterian Church. rev. Mr. Loucks demonstrates a light blue stole which shows up better on television than traditional white which has a glaring halo effect.

Ref. Ralph L. Lewis and other local ministers at two-day U-M workshop on religious radio and TV, January 1953

Ref. Ralph L. Lewis and other local ministers at two-day U-M workshop on religious radio and TV, January 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 31, 1953
Caption
In radio, the performer goes to the microphone, but in TV the mike follows the performer. Shifting it requires the long-armed apparatus called a "boom," which can be lowered, turned around or extended as far as 17 feet. Rev. Mr. Lewis is at right. Workshop oanners at table are Prof. Edward Stasheff, Marland B. Small and Prof. Garnet R. Garrison, all of the University; Mrs. Rachel J. Andresen, executive secretary of the Ann Arbor Council of Churches, and Prof. Edgar E. Willis.