All posts tagged art

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Don’t collapse the arts

At last week’s faculty senate meeting, the core curriculum committee (CCC) presented a “draft working model” of a ...

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Art Prize takes over the heart of the city

Looking for adventure? Looking for amusement? Looking for art? Thinking that you have to go far to reach these goals? We...

This photograph belongs to Hiroshi Sugimoto's famed Seascapes series (1980 - present). Sugimoto began this body of work by photographing views of the world's various oceans and seas, traveling around the world to make pictures that, despite their vastly different geographic origins, seem at first to be the same, with only slight variations. Their captions confirm that each is of a different body of water: Atlantic, Caribbean, Pacific, Adriatic.
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Art collection at Calvin exhibited for the first time

Last Wednesday, the CFAC’s Center Art Gallery released its newest exhibition, “Light: An Eternal Presence — The Do...

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Opinion: Faculty buyouts could threaten Calvin’s liberal arts focus

Two weeks ago, Calvin students received an email from President Le Roy informing them that faculty in the art and art hi...

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DisArt Festival opens in downtown Grand Rapids

The first weekend of the two-week DisArt festival drew disabled and able bodied individuals alike to downtown Grand Rapi...

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ArtPrize Kicks Off Sixth Year of Art Competition

Grand Rapids is about to be bombarded with art once again. The internationally recognized art competition ArtPrize enter...

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Edible exhibit to be featured in 2014 Art Prize

It’s that time of year again in Grand Rapids; as the weather cools down, the popular competition ArtPrize is ramping u...

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Bring back the DAAC

The Division Avenue Arts Collective (DAAC) helped establish Grand Rapids’ thriving local culture. Unfortunately, the D...

Photo by Brittany Beezhold.
Art opening showcases explorations in bookmaking at 106 Gallery

Tiny triangular books, sculptural birds, dissected books and traditionally bound codex books were among the variety of b...

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Navajo student uses art to send message to her tribe

For Calvin sophomore Chantelle Yazzie, sugar is more than just a homework boost at 1 a.m. — it’s a threat to her fam...