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ArtPrize on Tap- Flight #6: Attendees encouraged to share ArtPrize experience

ArtClub offers ArtPrize on Tap, an event geared to create an opportunity to share your ArtPrize experience and enjoy some delicious brew.
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What better combination for Grand Rapids than art and beer? Starting in June and throughout ArtPrize, ArtClub has offered ArtPrize On Tap, their newest membership perk. And it’s still going on. Members and their guest have the opportunity to enjoy the view from the patios of the Centennial Room at Founders and some delicious beers while getting the inside scoop on what makes ArtPrize tick.

Even though ArtPrize is wrapping up, ArtClub members and ticketed attendees still have the chance for their voices to be heard- and affect ArtPrizes to come. Flight #6 will be held on October 15, featuring a Town Hall Recap, a way to celebrate the conclusion of the sixth ArtPrize, share favorite moments, revisit artists and their work and brainstorm ideas to make next years' event even better. Attendees will have the opportunity to provide their input and shape the future of ArtPrize.

“It will be conversational and informal,” says Amelea Pegman, Director of the Volunteer Program for ArtPrize. “We want to hear back from you about your ArtPrize experiences.”

Libations and art start at 5 p.m., with the Recap beginning at 6 p.m. This event is free for ArtClub members, 10 dollars for non-members and friends. Food is provided, the drinks will be available at a cash bar. 

Those who don't want to miss out on other ArtPrize on Tap events or want a tangible way to make ArtPrize better,are encouraged to join ArtClub. Events happen year round, not just during ArtPrize.

“We meet monthly at Founders Brewery to talk about what’s new at ArtPrize and make new friends. Off season, we will explore other exciting things happening in our city that live within the same sphere of creative culture and arts programming,” says Pegman. 

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