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UICA welcomes news Exhibitions Curator, Juana Williams

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Submitted 06-26-2018 under NONPROFITS

UICA is proud to welcome the newest member of our team, Exhibitions Curator, Juana Williams. Williams comes to us from Detroit, MI, where she most recently worked as Assistant to the Chair at Wayne State University Department of Art and Art...

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Grand Rapids Trans Foundation awards first scholarship

by (Grand Rapids Tr...)

Submitted 08-16-2016 under NONPROFITS

On behalf of its Board of Directors, the Grand Rapids Trans Foundation (GRTF) is pleased to award its first $2,500 scholarship to local college student Aaminah Shakur.  The GRTF scholarship program invests in transgender individuals in Grand...

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Inspiring Oz: Macatawa at the Turn of the Century Exhibition Open

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Submitted 09-23-2014 under

Since 1847, the lakeshore has been a site for both industry and leisure for residents and tourists. One of the more famous summer residents was L. Frank Baum (1856-1919), author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Baum first visited Macatawa in 1899 and...

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A Legacy of Public Art: 1872 to 2010

by (Grand Rapids Hi...)

Submitted 10-11-2010 under NONPROFITS

A look back at local public art displays  Think ArtPrize is a unique event? It is indeed. But it's not the first time a multitude of public art has been displayed in Grand Rapids. Gina Bivins, president of the Grand Rapids Historical...

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