Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanities

Reflections on Violence: A Letter from Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanity's CEO

by (GAAH)

Submitted 06-04-2020 under NONPROFITS

Dear fellow community members:  The events happening across our nation and in our very own city have spurred many conversations about race, violence, and morality. Many people are condemning or condoning the actions of groups that gathered and...

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Habitat for Humanity, SiTE:LAB unite in Roosevelt Park

by (SiTE-LAB)

Submitted 07-16-2014 under NONPROFITS

On Saturday, July 19, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Habitat for Humanity of Kent County will host the Grandville Avenue Arts Cookout in partnership with SiTE:LAB and Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities. The event will celebrate a new partnership...

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Meet civic investor Steffanie Rosalez: Investing in the arts

by (chelsiewyse)

Submitted 04-21-2014 under VOICES

“If you don’t want to be a teacher, but you want to work with art and kids, you should look into after-school programming,” says Steffanie Rosalez, Cook Arts Center Program Director. After hearing this many times from family and...

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Catalyst Radio: Local music event a benefit for Girls Rock GR music camp

by (Catalyst Radio)

Submitted 03-29-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

Don't have time to listen now? Download the mp3 and listen at your leisure.   INTERVIEW A unique musical experience is slated for tomorrow even, March 30, with local musicians performing pieces all done a cappella style. Bare – a...

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"¡Grease" es la palabra!

by (Andy Angelo Pre...)

Submitted 03-30-2011 under NONPROFITS

*Read this article in English | Leer este artículo en inglésEdición a cargo de Ruthie Paulson Gómez   Los reporteros principiantes del Club Prensa GAAH tuvieron la oportunidad de ver la obra Grease en vivo por la primera vez recientemente. Lo...

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[VIDEO] GAAH Press Club cubs experiment with multimedia, learn to distinguish fact from opinion

by (The Rapidian)

Submitted 03-22-2011 under NONPROFITS

On a gray afternoon, the Cook Arts Center (644 Grandville SW) is a beacon of color. In the lobby, kids sit around a table, each with beams of crayons radiating around them. One floor above, their peers are busy at work patching together video...

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Catalyst Radio: Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanities teams up with GR Creative Youth Center to launch first Rapidian neighborhood news bureau

by (Catalyst Radio)

Submitted 12-03-2010 under NONPROFITS

The Rapidian is partnering with Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanities to launch the first neighborhood news bureau in January. Marjorie Kuipers, executive director of GAAH, and Lorena Slager of the Grand Rapids Creative Youth Center share how...

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First Rapidian bureau hosted by Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanities to launch in January

by (The Rapidian)

Submitted 12-01-2010 under NONPROFITS

The Rapidian, a service of the Community Media Center, is partnering with Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanities to install a news bureau in the southwest quadrant of Grand Rapids. The Rapidian is a web-based, community driven journalism project that...

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