Category Archives: Museums

GRAM | America Near and Far

America Near and Far: Photographs from the Collection, 1870-1930 October 20, 2013 – January 12, 2014 Photographs may serve as souvenirs of the places we have been, or they may show us places we have never seen. As Americans spread … Continue reading

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  Office for Public Culture + Creative Time Summit Art, Place & Dislocation in the 21st Century City Join the Office for Public Culture for the Creative Time Summit as it serves as a global Screening Site in Grand Rapids, Michigan. October 25th at … Continue reading

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GRAM: Graphic Design: Now in Production After Party

Thursday, January 31, members of the Calvin Art History Society attended the Grand Rapid’s Art Museum’s newest exhibition opening “after party.” The event highlighted the GRAM’s Graphic Design: Now in Production exhibition–a collaborative show between the GRAM and Kendall College … Continue reading

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MSU Broad Museum Inaugural Exhibitions

The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum (Broad Without Walls), pronounced like “road” or “BRO-d”, has three exhibitions open from November 10 through February. Located in East Lansing, roughly an hour from Calvin the Broad Art Museum at Michigan State … Continue reading

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Performance of N.N. (Ningún Nombre)

As part of the Broad without Walls exhibition, a collection of urban interventions hosted by MSU’s Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Professor Cano Villalobos’s Cross Cultural Engagement (CCE) students participated in the performance N.N. (Ningún Nombre) this past Saturday, April 28th. Throughout the … Continue reading

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Students Visit Chicago Galleries

On Friday, April 27th members of the Visual Arts Guild, along with Professor Cano Villalobos, drove to Chicago to visit Tony Wight Gallery and Andrew Rafacz Gallery. Students met with the gallery directors, viewed current exhibitions, and caught a behind-the scenes glimpse … Continue reading

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New Museum Opening

The Jim Crow Museum has recently opened in on Ferris State University’s campus in Big Rapids. It is devoted to exploring issues of racism. You can read more about it here.

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