(106) Gallery

Five local galleries showcase ArtPrize entries

by (Elizabeth Roger...)

Submitted 09-24-2014 under LOCAL LIFE

With over 174 venues participating in ArtPrize this year, five of them exist as exhibiting galleries year round within the ArtPrize boundaries. Calvin College’s (106) Gallery (106 South Division Avenue) has created an exhibition...

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LANDMARKED: Mapping Journeys through Book Arts

by (106 Gallery)

Submitted 05-14-2014 under

LANDMARKED Mapping Journeys through Book Arts From May 2 - June 13, the Calvin College Department of Art and Art History is proud to present "LANDMARKED: Mapping Journeys through Book Arts" at the (106) South Division Gallery. The...

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106 Gallery to host Grand Rapids Zine Fest Saturday, August 24

by (r.r.collins11)

Submitted 08-21-2013 under NEWS

On Saturday, August 24 local organizers and zine makers will gather for the first Grand Rapids Zine Fest. The free festival will be held 12-6 p.m. at the (106) Gallery (106 South Division). Throughout the day, Grand Rapids Zine Fest...

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Art opening showcases explorations in bookmaking at 106 Gallery

by (Brittany Beezhold)

Submitted 02-25-2013 under NEWS

Tiny triangular books, sculptural birds, dissected books and traditionally bound codex books were among the variety of books that lined the tables of the 106 Gallery’s basement gallery space. On Friday from 5-9 p.m., Calvin College’s Art...

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Daniel Farnum's photography hits home

by (laurelgreen)

Submitted 07-23-2012 under OPINION

Impoverished circumstances as the subject matter for art is nothing new, especially within Michigan. Many artists and photographers have flocked to Detroit in particular to document the culmination of the city’s downfall. Though this...

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Local artist invites you into the living room of an immigrant family

by (lindsmcholme)

Submitted 06-07-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

Mandy Burrow, a local artist and art professor at Calvin College, seeks to foster an exchange between United States natives and immigrants in her current installation, "Americans." "Americans" invites viewers into the recreated living rooms of three...

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