The Rapidian

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Republican Headquarters provides quality art off the beaten path

Submitted 09-30-2011 under NONPROFITS

Not what you might expect, the Kent County Republican Headquarters as an ArtPrize venue offers quality work in a setting that enhances the experience.

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Two worth the trip

Submitted 09-30-2011 under NONPROFITS

Work of international street artist Edgar Mueller is featured adjacent to newly opened City Art Gallery.

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Wow. That's Bad.

Submitted 09-30-2011 under OPINION

How we can improve ArtPrize: The top ten are out. Naselli talks about curation, location, and four ways that she suggests we might save ArtPrize.

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Mosaic: Art or craft

Submitted 09-28-2011 under NONPROFITS

ArtPrize participants Van Duinen, Tavonatti, and Bomarito offer varying approaches to the medium of mosaic.

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How to help the good guys win

Submitted 09-28-2011 under OPINION

Do we vote or not? Listed here are some "good art" criteria to help you save our city from the bad art monsters.

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Susan Gersch-Supanich's Venice at The Dog Pit

Submitted 09-28-2011 under NONPROFITS

Susan Gersch-Supanich’s vibrant paintings of Venice offer an edge beyond surface and content.

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Relax: Art Doesn’t Think You’re Dumb

Submitted 09-27-2011 under OPINION

Art loves you.

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New Picturesque gallery open to the public

Submitted 09-27-2011 under OPINION

This fall's Picturesque series, "Art or Kitsch?" is now open for submissions. Rapidian users are encouraged to submit their photos of art, their own artistic photo creations and their captures of kitsch.

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Whole Notes Benefit Dinner held at Koetsier Greenhouse

Submitted 09-26-2011 under OPINION

A photo essay and report on the Whole Notes benefit dinner, a collaborative effort from local chefs using local foods.

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Gender and art: Do the numbers add up to anything?

Submitted 09-26-2011 under OPINION

Looking at the gender ratios at the Exhibition Centers, ArtPrize 2011

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