The Rapidian

Culture

In Season: September 21, 2018

Submitted 09-21-2018 under NONPROFITS

Artprize season is upon us + although we are not a participating venue, our Marketplace is a beautiful canvas of delicious, vibrant produce painted by Mother Nature and grown + harvested by hard-working, Michigan farmers.

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Grand Rapids Art Museum presents ArtPrize 10 at GRAM

Submitted 09-19-2018 under NONPROFITS

Exhibition features diverse array of contemporary art competing in each category.

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Grand Rapids Symphony bids farewell to Rich DeVos to open 2018-19 season

Submitted 09-18-2018 under OPINION

Music Director Marcelo Lehninger welcomed violinist Karen Gomyo for the opening concerts of the Grand Rapids Symphony's 2018-19 season on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14-15

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ArtPrize 10 brings more art, local student work to Grand Rapids Downtown Market

Submitted 09-18-2018 under NONPROFITS

This year, visitors to the Downtown Market can not only see more art than ever before, with eleven large-scale installations in one location, but also take part in public events and taste locally-made food and drinks all in one location.

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Jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli joins Grand Rapids Pops for ‘McCartney and More’ this weekend

Submitted 09-18-2018 under NONPROFITS

Sir Paul personally asked John Pizzarelli to record and perform McCartney's songs in the style of jazz standards from the Great American Songbook

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Making music for DisArt's exhibition

Submitted 09-18-2018 under PLACE-MATTERS

DisArt has been a growing organization in the Grand Rapids area, hosting a number of events to share, promote and celebrate the artistic work of people with disabilities throughout the world.

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UICA Outside draws together diverse artists to create permanent artworks energizing, accessible to all

Submitted 09-18-2018 under NONPROFITS

The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (UICA) 2018 ArtPrize exhibition is an expansion of their current public art initiative, the Exit Space Project. The artists participating include; Alan Compo, Nick Nortier, Colby Roanhorse, design collective Evas’ve led by Elyse Flynn, and Kimberly Lavon.

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Residents use art to encourage civic engagement in their neighborhoods

Submitted 09-18-2018 under NONPROFITS

Dwelling Place summer get out the vote events allowed residents the freedom to drop by and paint a poster, register to vote, check their registration status and more.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: What to do with frozen embryos after divorce?

Submitted 09-17-2018 under OPINION

A new Arizona law would give frozen embryos to either spouse who wants to use them, even after a divorce. Is it ethical to force someone to become a parent against his or her will?

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In Season: September 14, 2018

Submitted 09-14-2018 under NONPROFITS

We've got so many of your late summer + fall favorites! Honeycrisp apples, acorn squash, gourds + pumpkins, colorful peppers, and lots of canning tomatoes. In addition to fresh produce, we have local food producers, meat, egg, and dairy vendors, beautiful flowers + plants, and Michigan artisans.

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