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(106) Gallery and Studio: Exhibitions and Events

Land Conservancy of West Michigan

October 28 - November 20, 2015

The Calvin College Department of Art & Art History is proud to partner with the Land Conservancy of West Michigan for Preserved! an exhibition of plein air artwork created by local artists. During the spring, summer and fall of 2015, selected artists visited the Land Conservancy's protected properties to create new works of art. The result is a wide variety of paintings, photographs and ceramics that show the beauty of these properties and help raise awareness of the importance of conserving West Michigan's natural areas. For more information on these properties and the project, please visit the Preserved! website.

The artists are: Anne Corlett, Marianna Heule, Sally Jenks, Kathleen Kalinowski, Justin Kellner, Teresa O'Brien, Todd & Brad Reed, Susan Rose, and Clay Stauffer.

Exhibition Reception and Fundraiser - 7-9pm
Thursday, October 29

Join us for the opening reception of "Preserved!" where a percentage of all sales from the evening will go to support the Land Conservancy of West Michigan. Coffee Bar by Rowster Coffee and desserts served.

First Friday's - 6-9pm
Friday, November 6

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

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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).


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

Gallery Hours

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