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Submitted 04-15-2014 under NONPROFITS
Join us in celebrating our annual fund drive at the Richard App Gallery in East Hills. The event is this Friday from 4:30-7:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
Submitted 04-10-2014 under NONPROFITS
Dance in the Annex , DITA, announces the fifth and final "TRIP THE LIGHT" event , which will feature modern dance, multimedia and live music. Presale tickets are on sale now for the May 10 event at Wealthy Theatre, with additional discounts for members of Community Media Center (CMC).
Tom Clinton has accepted a new role as the Executive Director of the Community Media Center. Clinton brings multiple strengths from past roles into his leadership of local community media.
Submitted 04-04-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
Daniel Dobson applies the same critical analysis to Grand Rapids Film Festival submissions that he applies to his own creative work.
Submitted 03-26-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
Through fundraisers and partnerships with like-minded organizations the Division Avenue Arts Collective is encouraging interest in the local art scene while contemplating future steps.
Submitted 03-21-2014 under NONPROFITS
A film review of "Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton,"
Submitted 03-20-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
Robby Morgan wants a diverse and collaborating film community that doesn't have negative elements of elitism.
Submitted 03-18-2014 under PLACE-MATTERS
Four media workshops will introduce a new project to help the people of Grand Rapids by providing access to modern media at the neighborhood level.
Submitted 03-10-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
Laverne Cox, most known for her role in Netflix original "Orange is the New Black," will visit The Eberhard Center to speak about issues facing the transgender community.
Submitted 03-07-2014 under NEWS
A 3-year W.K. Kellogg Foundation grant is funding a Community Media Center project to bring media tools and training to Grand Rapids neighborhoods.
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