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Samaritas engages ArtPrize attendees, Grand Rapids residents in artistic adventure

by (YourPeople)

Submitted 09-20-2018 under NONPROFITS

ArtPrize 2018 attendees and local residents alike will leave no stone unturned while searching downtown for the elusive pieces of what will recreate a local artist’s mural. During an effort hosted by one of Michigan’s largest faith-based...

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Grand Rapids Art Museum presents ArtPrize 10 at GRAM

by (Grand Rapids Ar...)

Submitted 09-19-2018 under NONPROFITS

The Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM) presents ArtPrize 10 at GRAM, the exhibition showcases a broad range of contemporary art by local, regional, national, and international artists—competing in every ArtPrize category: 2D, 3D, Time-...

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

by (Downtown Market GR)

Submitted 09-18-2018 under NONPROFITS

With ArtPrize 10 beginning this week, there are hundreds of great venues across the city to take in amazing public art installations. This year, visitors to the Downtown Market can not only see more art than ever before, with eleven large-scale...

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

by (UICA)

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. Featuring five mural projects in three Grand Rapids neighborhoods, UICA Outside draws together...

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SORT stations help WMEAC, ArtPrize divert waste from landfill

by (Kiran Sood Patel)

Submitted 09-11-2018 under PLACE-MATTERS

When ArtPrize 10 begins on September 19, 2018, thousands of visitors and art lovers will descend upon downtown Grand Rapids. These visitors and onlookers will buy food, snacks and beverages to help satisfy their hunger and quench their thirst as...

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ArtPrize 10: An appreciation from a non-artist perspective

by (Beth Fisher)

Submitted 09-04-2018 under PLACE-MATTERS

I moved to Grand Rapids a little less than two years ago from Fort Wayne, Indiana. After living and raising my daughter there for eighteen years, it goes without saying that it holds many memories and a special affinity for me. The second largest...

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Meijer Gardens' fall exhibition celebrates contemporary disability sculpture

by (Meijer Gardens)

Submitted 08-20-2018 under NONPROFITS

Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is honored to host 16 contemporary sculptors in an innovative exhibition jointly organized by DisArt, a Grand Rapids based arts and cultural organization promoting the full participation of Disabled...

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ArtPrize leadership looks ahead, plots course for the future

by (Kiran Sood Patel)

Submitted 07-10-2018 under PLACE-MATTERS

In June, ArtPrize announced some major changes ahead as the art festival approaches its tenth anniversary this year. Beginning this year, ArtPrize will be held biennially, meaning the next competition will take place in Fall 2020. In Fall 2019, a...

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ArtPrize announces changes as tenth anniversary approaches this fall

by (Kiran Sood Patel)

Submitted 06-21-2018 under NEWS

ArtPrize announced this afternoon the celebration will switch to every other year after ArtPrize 10 takes place this fall. At a press conference at Belknap Park, ArtPrize officials announced a new art project called "Project 1 by ArtPrize...

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Cultura Collective commemorates Roosevelt Park neighborhood at ArtPrize Nine

by (nathanslauer)

Submitted 10-09-2017 under NEWS

An old church, an industrial warehouse, and a white clapboard house. These buildings, located on a vacant stretch of 333 Rumsey St. SW, formed a venue for ArtPrize Nine. Since ArtPrize officially ended on October 8, a bulldozer will soon tear them...

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