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Exhibitions

UICA welcomes news Exhibitions Curator, Juana Williams

by (UICA)

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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“TOAST”, Art Opening Reception + Artist Demos @ LaFontsee Galleries, Douglas

by (Megan Dupuy)

Submitted 08-08-2016 under

LaFontsee Galleries concludes their Douglas exhibition season on September 4th as they raise a glass to “TOAST” their artists and the end of summer. Come celebrate a collection of inspiring new works by many LG artists. And, yes, toast...

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Everyone in the Pool

by (Megan Dupuy)

Submitted 04-08-2016 under

LG artists make a splash at this year’s “Everyone in the Pool” exhibition, featuring a refreshing variety of paintings, drawings and three-dimensional works. This collective group show kicks off the 2016 Douglas Summer Exhibition...

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UICA prepares for spring season loaded with conversations around guns, Pantone colors, local artists

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Submitted 01-12-2016 under NONPROFITS

Coming Home, a series of exhibitions featuring works by emerging and established Michigan artists, is now on view at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts. Coming Home features work by artists who are from Michigan, are currently based in...

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UICA exhibit "Chroma" changes perspectives on color

by (empichot)

Submitted 06-19-2013 under OPINION

After a hard day’s work, my brain was beginning to call it a night. I expected to look at some art that had a clear narrative and spoke to me loud and clear. I didn’t expect to discover that most of the narrative was going to be of my...

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Artist Talk at UICA: Mira and Narine

by (UICA)

Submitted 12-18-2009 under NONPROFITS

The Economist Series features a series of collaborative works that represent an ongoing dialogue between the two artists. Each piece in the series is an extrapolation of weeks in time, all content derived from their verbal and material discussions...

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Artist Talk at UICA: Joel Seah

by (UICA)

Submitted 12-18-2009 under NONPROFITS

Atrocities is based on the 85 prints in Fransico Goya’s Disasters of War. Seah seeks to investigate the pleasure of viewing a still image by animating it within one’s mind. Applying a queer lens to this set of artifacts, a collection of phrases...

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GRAM Tree Lighting and Opening of Rosa Parks Circle Ice Rink

by (Grand Rapids Ar...)

Submitted 12-02-2009 under NONPROFITS

 A special evening in downtown Grand Rapids is scheduled for December 4, 2009, where several  businesses and organizations collaborate to offer an expanded holiday experience in the city.  A variety of popular holiday events—tree...

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Three Fall Exhibitions Focus on the City at the Grand Rapids Art Museum: Tissot, Whistler and American Impressionism

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Submitted 11-09-2009 under NONPROFITS

 The Grand Rapids Art Museum presents three exhibitions this fall that focus on cities as an inspiration to artists more than a century ago. The exhibitions, Tissot’s London 1871- 1882: The Art and Culture of City Life, JM Whistler and the...

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