The Southwest Michigan Cultural Membership Exchange will be offering free admissions to members of six cultural attractions for the month of October.
Lions and Rabbits will celebrate ArtPrize by hosting Sunday Funday: Brunch Edition on Sept. 26 at its location at 1264 Plainfield Ave. NE in Grand Rapids.
Byron Center-based Miedema Auctioneering Inc. is partnering with ArtPrize to give artists an online auctioning platform to sell their 2021 entries and for the public to purchase them.
After a year off because of the pandemic, ArtPrize is back from Sept. 16-Oct. 3.
Lions & Rabbits Center for the Arts will be hosting a Monochromatic Party to kick off ArtPrize from 4-9 p.m. Sept. 17, at Lions & Rabbits, 1264 Plainfield Ave. NE.
City Built Brewing will be hosting a two-night event on Sept. 16-17 to kick off ArtPrize, which will run from Sept. 16 to Oct. 3.
The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (UICA) opened its new location on Thursday, Sept. 9 at Kendall College of Art & Design’s main campus, 17 Pearl St. NW in Grand Rapids.
A red glasses sculpture by artist Sam Noordhoff will be featured at ArtPrize from Sept. 16-Oct. 3 at the Grand Rapids Public Museum.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park will be one of the satellite venues hosting ArtPrize from Sept. 16-Oct. 3.
The new installment for the Michigan Artist Series at the Grand Rapids Art Museum, An Interwoven Legacy: The Black Ash Basketry of Kelly Church and Cherish Parrish, is on display until Feb. 26.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is inviting artists 18 years and older to compete in its annual Ray and Nancy Loeschner Art Competition.
Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists’ Residency is re-imagining what learning can look like. While many schools have faced changes due to the pandemic, Ox-Bow is continuing its long history of exploring alternative models of education by announcing a hybrid residency and workshop program: Longform.
The W.K. Kellogg Bird Sanctuary and local experts are working together to bring the public a six-week online course, starting Aug. 4.
The Grand Rapids Ballet’s company dancers will be performing for the first time since the start of the pandemic on Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. on the lawn outside of Studio Park’s Listening Room, 123 Ionia Ave. SW, Grand Rapids.
Perrin Brewing Company is marking the season with the release of its Summer Scene Imperial Fruit Ale.
The Grand Rapids School of Dance will be hosting its open house on Aug 28-29 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at 2401 Camelot Court SE, Suite D in Grand Rapids.
An arts appreciation event originally scheduled for last year instead will be celebrated virtually next week.
Downtown will have additional lights and sounds this winter after Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. (DGRI) approved three art installations to be placed throughout the city in January and February.
Instead of the annual Festival of Trees, the Muskegon Museum of Arts is collaborating with downtown businesses and organizations to host a new version of the holiday event called Festival of Wreaths, which will be held outside from Nov. 24 - Dec. 6.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum will be showcasing new exhibitions this fall. The exhibitions are Mathias J. Alten: An Enduring Legacy, and Hand and Machine Harmony: Regional Arts & Crafts.