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Michigras Parade Takes To Ann Arbor Streets, April 1952

Michigras Parade Takes To Ann Arbor Streets, April 1952 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 26, 1952
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"Scholarship" was the theme of the float which took first place honors in judging at the Michigras parade which wound through Ann Arbor streets yesterday. The winning float was built jointly by Alpha Phi sorority and Theta Xi fraternity. Judges were Mrs. Harlan Hatcher, J. Fred Lawton, author of "The Varsity" lyrics, Mayor William E. Brown, jr., and Richard Wilt of the U-M Architecture School.

Gallery To Be Named For Slusser

Gallery To Be Named For Slusser image
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5
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March
Year
1975
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Art Faculty Exhibits Works At U Museum

Art Faculty Exhibits Works At U Museum image
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18
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January
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1971
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Watercolor Event Under Way At U

Watercolor Event Under Way At U image
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21
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May
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1971
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Faculty Works On Display

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16
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January
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1969
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Art Exhibit Contains 'Touches Of Merit'

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9
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February
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1963
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At the University's Professional Theatre (PTP) gala premiere, January 1966

At the University's Professional Theatre (PTP) gala premiere, January 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 12, 1966
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Painters At The Theatre: Among invited guests coming to view the performance of the visiting artists on stage at the Mendelssohn Theatre yesterday evening were prominent Ann Arbor painters. Chatting in the lobby before the performance of "Tiny Alice" were (from left) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilt of West Ridge Road and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kemnitz of Bird Road. Mr. Wilt is professor of art at the University. Mr. Kemnitz is the illustrator of the recently published "Michigan Memories." The visiting theatrical company brings to this city a sampling of the conservatory theatre which is popular in Europe. Rather than working on a strictly production basis, the company provides continuous development and training for its participants. Study classes are in varied form and each participant brings to the conservatory from his individual background, perception and artistic experience, knowledge to share with other participants.

Ellen Wilt Displays Her Papier-Mâché Angels In Different Stages Of Completion, November 1950

Ellen Wilt Displays Her Papier-Mâché Angels In Different Stages Of Completion, November 1950 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 2, 1950
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Mrs. Richard Wilt, Pittsfield Village housewife, has the unique Christmastime hobby of making papier-mache figurines for interior holiday decorating. Here, she holds one of the figures (right) as it looks when completed. At left is another character molded on a chicken wire frame from layers of paste-soaked newspapers. In the foreground is a third figure, representing the stage after the newspaper has been painted with a flat white base. Mrs. Wilt uses the basement of her apartment as a workshop.