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Artist Beatriz Santiago Muñoz to give talk at Civic Studio

by Civic Studio (civicstudio)

Submitted 01-27-2017 under NONPROFITS

Civic Studio, in conjunction with the GVSU Art & Design Department’s Visiting Artist Committee, is honored to host a lecture by artist Beatriz Santiago Muñoz at 6:30 p.m. on February 1, 2017, at Civic Studio’s current project site at...

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Food and Faith Speaker Series

by Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Greater Grand Rapids (ynpn.gr)

Submitted 09-14-2016 under

From growing to sharing, faith communities are called to care for creation and understand our connection to food and food systems through a theological framework. This interactive conversation will explore the human relationship to food as God...

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"Native Kids Ride Bikes" artist to talk on gentrification, public space at Civic Studio

by Civic Studio (civicstudio)

Submitted 11-01-2015 under NONPROFITS

Urbanization and new developments in Grand Rapids are bringing up many questions and uncertainties, while sparking conversations of gentrification and rights to public space. With these concerns, Civic Studio is inviting the public to engage in a...

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Calvin College offers free lunchtime presentations throughout January

by Eric Tank (erictank)

Submitted 01-14-2014 under NEWS

This year's free January Series of lectures at Calvin College runs from January 8-28. The next noon lecture at Calvin College will be held today at 12:30 p.m. presented by Nicole Baker Fulgham. She will be discussing the topic of education...

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Diversity and Inclusion lecture series to start Wednesday

by The Tolerance, Equality, and Awareness Movement (TEAM) (TEAM West MI)

Submitted 11-14-2011 under NONPROFITS

The Tolerance, Equality, and Awareness Movement (TEAM), a 501(c)(3) human rights organization in West Michigan, is launching its Diversity and Inclusion Lecture Series, part of its broader TEAM Diversity and Inclusion Program.   The Diversity...

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Got Ancestors?!

by Western Michigan Genealogical Society (wmgs)

Submitted 09-20-2011 under NONPROFITS

The Western Michigan Genealogical Society (WMGS) announces its GotAncestors?! Annual Conference for 2011 entitled Genealogy in Black & White and Blue & Gray featuring Tony Burroughs. The conference will be Friday and Saturday, November 4th...

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Civic Studio presents exhibition: Envisioning Art in Public

by Visual Studies at GVSU (Visual.Studies)

Submitted 03-11-2011 under NONPROFITS

Civic Studio will present Envisioning Art in Public, an exhibition focused on art and its public function on March 18th, 2011 at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts. Projects in the exhibition aim to visually interpret a range of topics...

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Germany Rising: local scholar presents on Germany’s economic turn around

by Jeff Darling (jeffcrafter)

Submitted 02-28-2011 under NEWS

The World Affairs Council of West Michigan and several local academic institutions hosted the third Great Decisions Foreign Policy Lecture Series last Monday evening at Aquinas College’s Fine Arts Center. The lecture was presented by Dr....

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Leading SETI astronomer lectures on the probability of intelligent alien life

by George Wietor (George)

Submitted 03-16-2010 under NEWS

Do aliens exist? And if so, when will we meet them? These questions were on the mind of more than 200 science fans sitting (and standing) last night in Grand Valley State University's downtown Loosemore Auditorium (401 W. Fulton) as they listened to...

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Critic Jessica Hopper To Speak About Youth, Feminism In Rock

by George Wietor (George)

Submitted 12-01-2009 under NEWS

Noted author and cultural critic, Jessica Hopper, will make two stops in Grand Rapids tomorrow afternoon in support of her book The Girls' Guide To Rocking. The first, "Feminist Perspective and Music Criticism," will be presented at Spoelhof Atrium...

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