Returning for its third year is the ArtPrize Featured Public Projects program, which awards grants to five artists or collaboratives from around the country to install large-scale public art projects at prominent outdoor spaces within the ArtPrize district.
Growing up, Grand Rapids artist Alan Compo was surrounded by art all the time. He attended Grand Rapids Community College and took art classes, but most of his learning about art came from Native American artists.
Aliya Hall, 16, and Maeve Willbourn, 17, were among 100 students selected from around the world to go to the inaugural International Congress of Youth Voices in San Francisco.
Does your teen need help finding a job, dealing with money or looking for college scholarships? Don’t worry, the library has you covered. The Grand Rapids Public Library is offering a three-part learning series for your teen to get the answers they need for life.
Blon and Yang Hang, brothers and owners of local Thai food favorite Rak Thai, will be opening a second restaurant, Juju Bird, in the Downtown Market.
We’ve found five artsy things for you to do this September. From seeing a play, listening to music or to going to ArtPrize, you’ll have lots to choose from.
Heading back to school? We’ve got seven coffee shops that will give you the jolt you need to help you stay focused and ace all those tests and projects ahead. Plus, all have free wifi!
Volunteers from Amway, the City of Grand Rapids, Friends of Grand Rapids Parks and the community joined KaBOOM! on Thursday, Aug. 23 to transform an old playground into a brand new, kid-designed play space- -and they did it in just six hours.
It’s been one year since Katie Palumkura and her husband, Abarsh Palumkura, opened the Happy Cat Cafe and they couldn’t be more proud of their business.
This is more than just a piece of plastic. Get ready for a brand new, modern way for passengers to pay their bus fares in 2018.