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Artist Jason Polan, August 2004

Artist Jason Polan, August 2004 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 18, 2004
Caption
Polan drew pictures of his sisters clothes on Martinizing receipts and put them up at University of Michigan's Work gallery at 306 State St. He called the show "Clothed" - a play on words because the gallery was closed for two weeks. He held his opening on the sidewalk outside and people had to look at the work through the windows.

Jason Polan's preparations for ant mural

Jason Polan's preparations for ant mural image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 18, 2004
Caption
Polan used a sketch to create a dramatically larger version of the ants on the side of the Maynard Street parking structure. He previously used the lobby of another parking structure for another mural.

Art students Jacob Brege and Jason Polan in front of Polan's mural

Art students Jacob Brege and Jason Polan in front of Polan's mural image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 18, 2004
Caption
University of Michigan art student Jason Polan crouches in front of his new ant mural as friend and fellow art student Jacob Brege jumps over him in the alley behind Borders Books, Music and Cafe in downtown Ann Arbor. The project, painted on the Maynard Street parking structure, was completed just this past weekend.

Former Mayors at Maynard Street Parking Garage Dedication, August 1969

Former Mayors at Maynard Street Parking Garage Dedication, August 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 14, 1969
Caption
Two former Ann Arbor mayors attended yesterday's dedication ceremonies of the city's addition to the Maynard St. carport. Cutting the carport ribbon are former mayors William E. Brown Jr. (left) and Cecil Creal. In the background at far left is City Administrator Guy C. Larcom Jr. Work on the $1.7 million structure was begun in August of 1967 by Utley James, Inc.