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(106) Gallery and Studio: Exhibitions and Events

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PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
A Wake Up Weekend Exhibition

From March 22 - April 26, the Calvin College Department of Art and Art History is proud to present "PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER," a Wake Up Weekend Exhibition at the (106) South Division Gallery.

Rooted in anthropological curiosity, this exhibit will interrogate our strained, often absurd relationship to other animals through an array of cultural artifacts and oddities. Objects on view will range from the cute to the grotesque, extracted from our everyday experience with art, advertising, and design. Prepare to laugh and to cry, and above all to make connections between various, visual outputs of prevailing ideological apparatuses.

Wake Up Weekend is an annual grass-roots celebration of animal-friendly advocacy, art, food, education, music, philosophy, and religion. Our mission is to demonstrate that compassionate living toward animals is an accessible, inspiring, inclusive, and holistic way for engaged human beings from all walks of life to live more intentionally for the good of all creatures–human beings, animals, and the environment. 

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First Friday ArtWalk - 6-9pm
Friday, April 4

Join us for the monthly ArtWalk, hosted on the first Friday of each month along the Avenue for the Arts.

Art.Downtown - 6-10pm
Friday, April 11

Now in its fifth year, Art.Downtown is a gallery, studio and shop hop features several hundred artists, showing in galleries, businesses and studio spaces in downtown Grand Rapids. Don't miss this annual event! Refreshments served.

Wake Up Weekend
Thursday, April 24 - Saturday, April 26
Reception on Saturday, April 26 - 6-9pm

Wake Up Weekend is an annual grass-roots celebration of animal-friendly advocacy, art, food, education, music, philosophy, and religion. Our mission is to demonstrate that compassionate living toward animals is an accessible, inspiring, inclusive, and holistic way for engaged human beings from all walks of life to live more intentionally for the good of all creatures–human beings, animals, and the environment. 

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Links to Faculty at (106) South Division

 

About Us

Located at 106 South Division Avenue, this facility is operated by the Calvin College Department of Art and Art History and houses faculty studios and a gallery. Exhibitions embrace faculty, student and community artwork.

The 106 building also houses artist lofts and is part of the Avenue for the Arts project in downtown Grand Rapids, initiated by Dwelling Place
(read press release).

Location

(106) Gallery and Studio
106 South Division Ave.
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
(map)

Gallery Hours

Wednesday: 1pm-9pm
Thursday: 1pm-6pm
Friday: 1pm-6pm