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Houston Breakthrough, October 1980 - Page 25. October 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 6, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1588/show/1584.

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Transcript EDITED BY VIRGINIA RALL Contributors, Debi Martin, Kathleen Packlick, and Virginia Rail ART GALLERIES Blaffer Gallery, UH central campus (749- 1320). American Fiber Art: A New Definition (currently on view until Oct. 26). The invitational exhibit features 45 works by 14 American artists. A photo documentary section will examine fiber works by Marcel Duchamp, Claes Oldenburg, Eva Hesse, Robert Rau- schenburg, and Miriam Shapiro. Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 am-6 pm, Sun., 1 pm-6 pm. Catalogs available. Contemporary Arts Museum, 5216 Montrose (526-3129). Upper Gallery: Nancy Graves: A Survey 1969-1980 (showing Sept. 20-Oct. 26) and Lower Gallery: Earl Staley, Mythologies (Oct. 3-Nov. 10). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 am-5 pm, Sun. noon-6 pm. There are free public tours Sat. at 2 pm and Tues. at noon. Cronin Gallery, 2008 Peden (526-2548). Fifth Anniversary Exhibition (Oct. 7-Nov. 15). Gallery catalog available. Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 am-5 pm. DuBose Gallery, 2950 Kirby (526-4916). A Drawing Show of Contemporary American Artists (Oct. 9-29). Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9 am- 5:30 pm and Sat., 11 am-4:30 pm. Forty Walls Gallery, 1200 Southmore at San Jacinto (520-1766). Currently showing nine artists from Austin (thru Oct. 18); group show of regional artists (Oct. 25-Nov.). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 am-5 pm. Janie C. Lee Gallery, 2304 Bissonnet (523- 7306). Philip Renteria: Recent Works on Paper (Oct. 18-Nov. 16); Ann Ryan: Collages (Oct. 25-Nov. 16). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 am-6 pm. Kauffman Galleries, 2702 W. Alabama (528- 4229). Harold Altman's New Lithographs (Oct. 10-Nov. 10). Hours: Mon.-Sat., 9 am-6 pm. David Mancini Gallery, 1200 Bissonnet (522- 2949). Photographs by Atget (Sept. 13-Oct. 23). Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10 am-5:30 pm. Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet (526- 1361). Cliche-Verre: Hand-Drawn, Light Printed, A Survey from 1839 to the present (Sept. 10-Oct. 26); and in the Masterson Junior Gallery: Points of View—The Stereograph in America: A Cultural History (Sept. 23-Nov. 16). Rice Museum, Rice University campus, Stockton Street entrance. Jim Love: Up to Now (Sept. 5-Nov. 16). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 am-5 pm; Sun., noon-6 pm. Texas, 2012 Peden (524-1593). Paintings by James Rosenquist (Sept. 27-Oct. 31). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 11 am-5 pm. University of Houston/Lawndale Annex, 5600 Lawndale at Dismuke, Eyes of Texas, (Oct. 3- 26), an exhibition of work from living Texas folk artists. Watson/de Nagy Co., 1106 Berthea (526- 9883). Earl Staley: Watercolors and Paintings of Big Bend (opening Oct. 11 to the end of the month). Watson/Willour, 2000 Peden (524-0865). Jane Allensworth, Robert Goodnough and Earl Staley. Recent Paintings (thru Oct.). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 11 am-5 pm. DANCE Oct. 10: Harry, a concert primarily featuring dance works by Senta Driver. U. of Houston Cullen Auditorium. Begins at 8 pm. Tickets: $5 for the public, $3 for U of Houston students. Oct. 11: Improvisation Workshop, sponsored by the Modern Council for the enrichment of the dance community. At the U of Houston at Clear Lake City in the Developmental Arts Building. 9:30 am-3:30 pm. Free. Reservations: call Jan Simonds (488-9264). Oct. 13: Champagne Benefit for the Dance Theatre Unlimited and Houston Alliance for Performing Artists. 3221 Milam studio (523- 2679). Music by Shake Russell and John Vandiver. Begins at 9 pm. Tickets: $5. Oct. 19: Choreographer's Concert, Joan Karff's New Dance Group will perform at Hammond Hall on the Rice Campus. Begins at 2 pm. Tickets: $4. Oct. 30-Nov. 2: The Seasons, by Ronald Hynd. Britten Pas de Deux and Three Preludes by Ben Stevenson. The Brood by Dick Kuch. Houston Ballet at Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana (227-2787). Thurs., Fri. and Sat., 8 pm. Sun., 2 pm. Nov. 2: Jazz Workshop, by Delia Stewart. High School for Performing and Visual Arts. Tickets: $15. Call Deborah Quanaim for information (869-5392). FILMS Code: MOT: Miller Outdoor Theatre, Hermann Loop Drive, Hermann Park (222-3576) MFA: The Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet (526-1361) RMC: Rice Media Center, Rice University Campus (537-4853) RO: River Oaks, 2009 W. Gray (524-2175) Oct. 10: Its a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (Kramer, 1963)—MOT—7:15 pm. Special Section (Gravas, 1975)—MFA—8 pm. Sunday, Bloody Sunday (Schlesinger, 1971)— RMC—7:30 & 10 pm. Carny (1980)—RO— 7:30 & 10:30 pm. Freaks (9132)—RO—9:30 pm. Oct. 11: The Hound of the Baskervilles (1942); They Might be Giants (1971); The Phantom Creeps: ///—MOT—7:15 pm. The Rise to Power ol Louis XIV (Rossellini, 1966)— MFA—8 pm. Sitting Pretty (Lang, 1948)— RMC—1:30 pm; Young Frankenstein (Brooks, 1975)—RMC—7:30 & 10 pm. Hair (1979— RO—3 & 7:15 pm; Grease (1978)—RO—5:15 & 9:30 pm. Oct. 12: Lifeboat (Hitchcock, 1944); Strangers on a Train (Hitchcock, 1951)—RMC—7:30 pm. Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (Capra, 1939)— RO—3:15 & 7:15 pm; Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (Capra, 1936)—RO—5:30 & 9:30 pm. Oct. 13: The Iceman Cometh (O'Neill)—RO— 7:30 pm. Oct. 14: The Thief of Bagdad (Powell, 1940)— RO—7:30 pm; Four Feathers (Korda's, 1939)—RO—9:30 pm. Oct. 15: The Phantom Creeps IV; The African Queen (Huston, 1952)—MOT—7:15 pm. ■ Shoeshine (de Sica, 1976)—RMC—7:30 pm. Angi Vera (1980)—RO—7:30 pm; A Slave of Love (1978)—RO—9:30 pm. Oct. 16: Duck Soup (1933); Animal Crackers (Marx Brothers, 1930)—MOT—7:15 pm. The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (Richardson, 1962)—RMC—7:30 pm. Tales of the Taira Clan (Mizoquchi, 1955) 7:30; Yojim- bo (1961)—RO—9:15 pm. Oct. 17: The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938); Robin and Marian (1977)—MOT— 7:15 pm. Mozart - A Childhood Chronicle (Kirscher, 1976)—MFA—8 pm. Annie Hall (Allen, 1977)—RMC—7:30 & 10 pm. King's Row (1941—RO—7:15; Dark Victory (1939)— RO—9:30 pm. Oct. 18: The Phantom Creeps V; Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953); Blonde Venus (1932)—MOT—7:15 pm. Bach: B-Minor Mass (Kirscher, 1978)—MFO—8 pm. Annie Hall (Allen, 1977(—RMC—7:30 & 10 pm. The Kids Are Alright (1979)—RO—3:15 & 7:30 pm; Quadrophenia (1980)—RO—5:15 & 9:30 pm. Oct. 19: / Married a Witch (Clair, 1942)— RMC—7:30 pm. Gilda (1946)—RO—3:45 & 7:30 pm; The Lady from Shanghai (1948)— RO—5:45 & 9:30 pm. Oct. 20: The III Fated Courtesan—RO—7:30 pm; Demon Woman Killer— RO—9:15 pm. Oct. 21: Autumn Sonata (Bergman, 1979)— RO—7:30 pm; Cries & Whispers (Bergman, 1973)—RO—9:30 pm. Oct. 22: The Phantom Creeps VI; Footlight Parade (1933)—MOT—7:30 pm. Hiroshima, Mon Amour (Resnais, 1959)—RMC—7:30 pm. E HEIGHTS BOOKSTORE SOI West 19th- tcl. 864-5593.■ TORCH SONG SUNDAYS Every Sunday 11 am-2 pm The Sunday New York Times Bagels and cream cheese Torch songs from throughout the ages Tarot card readings THE INNER CITY CONNECTION Mid-week: Metaphysics at The Heights Bookstore Every Wednesday at 8 pm, lectures on Astrology, Tarot, Palmistry, Numerology, A Course in Miracles, Tree of Life, Past Life Regressions... PUBLICATION PARTY You Ain't Lived Til You Grow Old by Lenore Glassman and Yvette Jackson. Authors will be present on Thursday, October 16 from 7-9 pm. WHIPPERSNAPPER'S WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN Every Sunday 3-5 pm Arts, crafts, songs, stories for children of all ages. Two dollars per child. New Hours: Tues-Fri, noon-8 pm t Sat., 9:30-5 pm f Sun., 11-5 pm Barthelme-Moore Associates Advertising and Marketing a full-service advertising agency since 1960 Helen Moore Barthelme Odell Pauline Moore 900 Lovett Blvd., Suite 204 Houston, Texas 77006 713/521-9214 tfJEA%> Feast Natural Food Store and Deli 15% Case Lot Discount and Vitamin Purchase Over $50 3827 Dunlavy 528-8905 n. 1. A woman-owned business specializing in quality graphics and printing. 2. A large red brick house in the heart of Montrose. - adj. Having many and varied features. - v. Producing design, illustration, camera work, printing and bindery. - adv. 1. To increase the client's business manifold. 2. To satisfy the client. House of Coleman 901 Wes-t Alabama • Houston 77006 • 1713) 523-2521 OCTOBER 1980 25