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Grand Rapids Art Museum's ArtPrize Artist Talks

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Join the Grand Rapids Art Museum for GRAM's ArtPrize Artist Talks. These are informal lectures and presentations by some of the 43 artists on view at GRAM during ArtPrize.

Remember, GRAM is FREE during ArtPrize!

See the full schedule of events at www.artmuseumgr.org.

Thursday, September 23

Jad Fair
Level II
10:30 am

Tim Simmons
Level II
11:00 am

Gregg Palazzolo + Robert Neumann
Wege Plaza
11:30 am

Alexis Portilla
Level II
4:00 pm

Katherine Ryan Roth
Level II
4:30 pm

David Spriggs
Level II
5:00 pm

Gamble Staempfli
Level II
5:30 pm

Doug Argue
Level I
6:00 pm

Bree Gomez
Wege Terrace
6:30 pm

Bernard Klevickas
Level I
7:00 pm

Macyn Bolt
Level II
7:30 pm

Friday, September 24

Pam Moxley
Level II
10:30 am

Heechan Kim
Level II
11:00 am

Joel O'Dorisio
Level I
11:30 am

Saturday, September 25

Jimmy Descant
Level I
1:00 pm

Kathy Stecko
Level II
1:30 pm

Arturo Chavez
Level II
2:00 pm

Luralee Kiesel
Level II
2:30 pm

Judy Dethmers
Level II
3:00 pm

Mary Reusch
Level II
3:30 pm

Nate Ronniger
Level I
4:00 pm

Sarah Lindley
Level II
4:30 pm

Young Kim
Cook Auditorium
7:00 pm

Sunday, September 26

Nancy Thayer
Wege Terrace
12:30 pm

Russell Thayer
Wege Terrace
1:00 pm

Al Wildey
Level II
1:30 pm

David Lubbers
Level II
2:00 pm

Chris LaPorte
Level II
3:00 pm

Steven Sorman
Level II
3:30 pm

Janice Arnold
Wege Pavilion
4:00 pm

 

Ladislav Hanka
Level II
4:30 pm

Monday, September 27

Betsey Timmer
Level II
7:00 pm

Chris Henre
Level I
7:30 pm

Tuesday, September 28

Frank Magnotta
Level II
11:00 am

Adam Tetzlaff
Level II
11:30 am

Joey Ruiter
Wege Terrace
6:30 pm

Wednesday, September 29

Don Kerr
Level II
10:30 am

Sharon Sandberg
Level II
11:00 am

John Adduci
Education Center Plaza
7:00 pm

Ben Whitehouse
Level II
7:30 pm
 

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