The Forest Hills Fine Arts Center enters its 14th season in October. The season includes four performances that include world-class dance, fan-favorite music, internationally renowned singers, and a 50th anniversary tour.
Audiences will benefit as much as students from Grand Rapids Community College’s renovated Music Center, according to Kevin Dobreff, director of Grand Rapids Community College’s music program.
St. Cecilia Music Center announced its Jazz Encore Series and The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center series lineups this week and teased its Acoustic Café Series lineup, including a performance by the renowned Judy Collins.
The Urban Institute for Contemporary Art’s (UICA) annual OddBall event takes place next weekend. Now in its seventh year, OddBall has developed a reputation for being one of the most unique events of the year, with attendees often dressing in creative outfits in line with each year’s “oddball” theme.
ArtPrize Nine is still three weeks away, but if you want to get a sneak peek, Kendall College of Art & Design of Ferris State University opens is “Society of Spectacle” exhibit today.
A film festival featuring Michigan-made short films will once again be part of ArtPrize this year.
Students in Grand Valley State University’s performing arts programs will have a shiny new center to perform and learn in this fall.
Leo Zulueta, famed contemporary tribal tattoo artist, visited the Grand Rapids Art Museum this week for a lunch and learn in which he spoke about his decades long career and the history of tribal tattoo art in Western society.
If you’re going to the Heritage Theatre Group production of Tom Stoppard’s “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” purely out of curiosity to see their twist on gender-reversed roles, first understand it is perhaps the least absurdist encounter you’ll have with this classic existentialist comedy.
A new exhibit at the UICA seeks to expand people’s understanding of drag.