The University Record, October 25, 1999

Visiting artist to talk about giant works

Artist and artisan Dale Chihuly stands under ‘The Star,’ industrial plastic turned art. Blown-glass yellow spears seem to grow straight from the rock and surround him.

Chihuly, known worldwide for his massive works of glass, will speak on his life and work at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 2 in Rackham Auditorium. This presentation will focus primarily on his recent year-long installation ‘Jerusalem 2000’ at the Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem, parts of which are shown above. Chihuly’s appearance is co-sponsored by the Museum of Art, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and the Penny W. Stamps Distinguished Visiting Artists Program at the School of Art & Design. Admission is free. Photo by Terry Rishel, courtesy of the Museum of Art

Turner celebrates International Year of Older Persons

The musical team of William Bolcom and Joan Morris provided entertainment at the Geriatric Clinic's Oct. 17 celebration, a performance in tribute to Morris’s mother, Katherine Morris, who was a Turner patient. Morris wore a hat with yellow flowers—in remembrance of her mother, who always wore a hat and whose favorite color was yellow. See complete article
Photos by Rebecca A. Doyle