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Prof. Chang Shu-Chi Completes A Painting at the Michigan League, March 1943

Prof. Chang Shu-Chi Completes A Painting at the Michigan League, March 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 25, 1943
Caption
CHINESE ARTIST HOLDS CAMPUS EXHIBIT: Examples of Chinese art are on display in the Grand Rapids room of the Michigan League, and the artist, Prof. Shu-chi Chang, is shown here in the process of completing a painting to add to the collection. Prof. Shu-chi Chang is an artist of international fame, and his work was featured in a recent issue of Life magazine. the exhibit was brought here through the United China Relief group on campus to acquaint the community with Chinese culture in anticipation of the War Chest Drive next October. The exhibit is open daily from 1 o'clock until 6 o'clock, and will remain at the League through March 31.

St. Thomas Students Paint Interior of 346 E. Kingsley House, November 1965

St. Thomas Students Paint Interior of 346 E. Kingsley House, November 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 24, 1965
Caption
Students 'Pitch In' Members of the St. Thomas High School Human Relations Club have been "pitching in" to do necessary repair work on the five-bedroom house. Some of them are (from left) Maria Theresa Velez, Joe Birmingham and Pat Byrne. Furniture, bedding and a washer and dryer have been contributed to the home which was purchased fro $19,000.

Repainting the homes in Willow Village for the first time since they were built five years ago, September 1946

Repainting the homes in Willow Village for the first time since they were built five years ago, September 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1946
Caption
PAINTING PROJECT MAKES NIGHT AND DAY DIFFERENCE: Recently management was authorized to embark on first exterior painting job since Willow Village was built over five years ago. New conventional color scheme of greys, ivories and greens will replace the screaming pinks and mustard browns.

Young People Painting Evangelical United Brethren Church, January 1956

Young People Painting Evangelical United Brethren Church, January 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 28, 1956
Caption
Church Young People Help Out: Young people of the Evangelical United Brethren Church wielded a helping paintbrush this week as the new church at Miller Ave. and Newport Rd. neared final stages of completion. Pictured from the left (below) are Arden Rogers, Virginia Cate, Lynn Rogers and Mary Martin. David Biebighauser is on the ladder. Church members hope to be in the $157,000 modern-design structure by March.

St Andrew's Episcopal Church Art Display, October 1952

St Andrew's Episcopal Church Art Display, October 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1952
Caption
Parishioners Display Art William B. Clatt, lay assistant to the clergy of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, places his unnamed painting for exhibit in the church recreation room tomorrow. Art by parishioners is being exhibited after Sunday morning services. The sculpture is Mrs. Agnes McLean's copy of her own larger work entitled, "One World," now at the Chelsea Home for the Aged.

Charles A. (Jimmy) Barker Paints Landscape From Memory, June 1963

Charles A. (Jimmy) Barker Paints Landscape From Memory, June 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1963
Caption
PEACEFUL SCENE: Charles A. (Jimmy) Barker at 82 doesn't travel much any more. Instead, he paints entirely from memory in the quiet of his room at an area convalescent home. On his easel at present is a European village scene.

Mike Dukes Hand Painting Designs On Wall In Chancel Area, First United Methodist Church, January 1974

Mike Dukes Hand Painting Designs On Wall In Chancel Area, First United Methodist Church, January 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 19, 1974
Caption
Touching Up Church A member of the First United Methodist Church's planning committee liked what he saw when he observed 17-year-old Mike Dukes working on a painting in the church "eating and meeting" room. So he asked Dukes, who is a student at Pioneer High School, if her would help restore the wall near the stained glass in the chancel area where leakage has caused plaster to fall. Dukes, who is a member of Methodist Youth Fellowship, prepared stencils of symbols on the rest of the wall, sanded the area and now is handpainting the symbols onto the wall from the stencils. The background is being painted with an oil-based latex, while the designs are being painted from a water-based medium (News photo by Jack Stubbs).