Meet and greet the 30 ArtPrize artists – hosted by the North Kent County Chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. Refreshments will be served and the event is open to everyone.
If you can’t make the reception – there’s plenty of opportunities to see the great artwork installed.
Venue hours at minimum will be:
- Opening Day, September 22: 6pm-10pm
- Monday-Thursday: 5pm-8pm
- Friday & Saturday: 12pm-10pm
- Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Meet the Artists Reception
Friday, September 24, 2010
6:00pm - All Ages
2 Michigan Street NE
Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States 49503
Come on up to the second floor mezzanine level – and say hello! I plan to be at SanChez most of the evening (OK – there’s a couple little receptions I’d love to get over to briefly, if I can …) – but my exhibit surely is ready for your enjoyment!
From 5pm on – I will be upstairs with 18 canvases pieces and a large screen television generously on loan from Appletree Christian Learning Center. Three multimedia shows are running on the screen – West Michigan, wild birds and Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore!
Here is a peek at Sleeping Bear (high-quality video – please be patient – but worth the wait!).
Strolling Brunch with ArtPrize Artists’ Talks
Party Date: Sunday, September 27
Party Time: Noon until 6 pm
- San Chez Bistro
- Bar Divani
- Grand Rapids Children’s Museum
- One Trick Pony Grill & Taproom
- Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (UICA)
- West Michigan Arts and Technology (WMCAT)
Complimentary foods at each location with a cash bar! Artists will be present to talk about their work.
Visit http://sanchezbistro.com/events_artprize.htm for information.
38 West Fulton
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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Daytime parking is best across the street from us at the Monroe Center ramp on the corner of Louis and Ionia. Enter the Ramp via Ionia Street. They offer one hour of free parking during the day.
Evening parking is usually available behind our building, plus there are plenty of metered parking spots around the nearby blocks, plus at the Monroe Center ramp across the street.