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U-M art students Sara Harwin and Carol Hanmum paint a classroom in the U-M Architecture and Design Building "red" in observance of Valentine's Day, February 1969

U-M art students Sara Harwin and Carol Hanmum paint a classroom in the U-M Architecture and Design Building "red" in observance of Valentine's Day, February 1969 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1969
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Art Students Celebrate With Party University art students Sara Harwin (left) and Carol Hanmun helped paint their classroom in the U-M Architecture and Design Building "red" in observance of Valentine's Day. The room was completely decorated with the traditional color of love by students of Prof. Emil Weddige of the U-M art department. The drawing of Prof. Weddige encircled by a heart (far right) was done by University student Steven Cole. (Ann Arbor News Photo By Cecil Lockard)

Gallery To Be Named For Slusser

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1975
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Prepares Exhibit

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1960
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Designs Unique Fountain

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1960
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Art Faculty Exhibits Works At U Museum

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1971
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"Indian Dance" by Gerome Kamrowski, March 19, 1984

"Indian Dance" by Gerome Kamrowski, March 19, 1984 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 19, 1984
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"INDIAN DANCE" -- This is the name of one of three wind sculptures by Gerome Kamrowski, a retired University of Michigan art professor, on the ground, and Phillip Donovan, a former U of M art student who is sitting in the apple tree with "Indian Dance." Their work, which is installed in Kamrowski's backyard near M-14, was funded by a Michigan Council for the Arts apprenticeship grant. When the wind blows, the patterns spin, sort of like a pinwheel.