All things ArtPrize from around Grand Rapids.
You Can Bid On ArtPrize Entries Right Now To Take Home in October
This year ArtPrize has teamed up with local auction site Miedema Auctioneering to showcase artist's works online while letting you bid on the items.
Stolen ArtPrize Painting Recovered By Grand Rapids Police
Early Saturday morning, local ArtPrize artist Kenn Vidro made a post on his Facebook page that one of his paintings on display had been stolen.
Global Water Festival In Grand Rapids Sets Schedule For Saturday Events Including Dragon B…
Global Water Festival In Grand Rapids Sets Schedule For Saturday Events Including Dragon Boat Races
ArtPrize Has A Brand New Way To Vote For Your Favorite Artist This Year
ArtPrize 2021 kicks off on Thursday, and how the general public is going to vote is going to look a little bit different than years past.
Grand Rapids Beer Trolley Is Bringing Back The ArtPrize Tours
This year's trolley will be set up for private groups only, so it's a bit of a departure from years past, but much more Covid safe as you and your friends can maintain your level of comfort.
Your Voice Could be Part of An Art Prize Installation
Everyone has a story - and part of yours could be part of ArtPrize.
ArtPrize Revamps: Prizes Awarded Directly By Public
As part of ArtPrize 2021, the public will have a direct say in who gets a share of the $250,000 in prize money. In past ArtPrize events, where the West Michigan public and visitors would vote, the votes would be used to narrow down choices for expert jurors to then pick winners.
PNC Bank Helps GRPS Stay Creative With Art Supply Donation
The bank was able to put art supplies in 7,000 students' reach on Thursday.
Month-Long Event Coming to GR to Make Up for ArtPrize Cancellation
Events will be held downtown and in various neighborhoods throughout Grand Rapids.
ArtPrize 2020 Canceled Amid Coronavirus Concerns
Touted as the world's largest art competition, the event was slated to celebrate its twelfth year in 2020. Instead, it won't be happening and, according to a release, organizers are planning to, "take time to evaluate the possibility of future events."