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UICA adds to Grand Rapids’ outdoor public art collection

Submitted 07-26-2016 under NONPROFITS

Detroit-based artist, Louise 'Ouizi' Chen painted a mural on the Grand Rapid Ballet Company's building as a part of the UICA's Exit Space Project and ArtPrize 2017.


Captivating audiences, three perspectives on performance

Submitted 07-22-2016 under NONPROFITS

Three West Michigan music groups, three unique ways to engage the audience during First Fridays: The Market on August 5, 2016


Experts discuss the impact of color on design

Submitted 07-19-2016 under NEWS

The UICA hosts a lively and free panel discussion on Thursday, July 21, 2016 about the impact of color on design.


Grand Rapids Zine Fest to showcase work of 60 local self-publishers

Submitted 07-12-2016 under NEWS

The fourth annual Grand Rapids Zine Fest is from 12-6 p.m. this Saturday, July 16 at Kendall College's Fed Galleries.


A big move in preparation for ArtPrize 2016

Submitted 07-05-2016 under NONPROFITS

SiTE:LAB and Julie Schenkelberg, a Brooklyn- and Grand Rapids-based artist, moved a house recently in preparation for ArtPrize


Local clubhouse supporting people with mental illness hosts annual craft show

Submitted 07-05-2016 under NEWS

The 2016 Sheldon House Craft and Vendor Show will be on Saturday, July 9 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Catholic Central High School.


Sign up now to showcase at Maker Faire Grand Rapids

Submitted 07-05-2016 under NEWS

Artists, inventors, scientists, woodworkers, designers and more are invited to apply for Maker Faire Grand Rapids at the Grand Rapids Public Museum by July 22, 2016.


Artists Creating Together and Keller Williams RiverTown to host fourth reception in local art series

Submitted 06-30-2016 under NONPROFITS

Join us for a celebration and insightful conversation for local Clayboard artist, Nora Faber.


GoSite provides space for conversation, interaction

Submitted 06-28-2016 under PLACE-MATTERS

GoSite first opened its doors a little more than a year ago in the front corner of the Grand Rapids Art Museum to welcome visitors and provide a unique way of curating an experience of Grand Rapids that gives visitors a local's perspective.


Forty years later, celebrated Grand Rapids sculpture returns to public view downtown

Submitted 06-28-2016 under NONPROFITS

Clement Meadmore's "Split Ring' came to town in 1973 for exhibition 'Sculpture Off the Pedestal"