The Spring Lake Village Council is expected to pass a resolution supporting a downtown social district when it holds its next virtual meeting Monday evening.
MUSKEGON — The Muskegon Community College Winter Concert, featuring virtual performances by MCC students, faculty and staff, has been divided into two separate videos, each premiering on a different day in May.
Grand Haven City Council approved several summer events Monday night, but it hesitated to approve the Coast Guard Festival Craft Fair, which requested to use of the city’s Central Park on Aug. 6-7.
MUSKEGON — Dr. Nicole L. Woods, an assistant professor at the University of Notre Dame, will re-examine Fluxus artist Alison Knowles’s digital poem and environments, “The House of Dust,” on Wednesday, March 24, as part of Muskegon Community College’s Lecture Series.
Put your creative skills to the test by creating a snowman using any materials – just not snow – in Grand Haven’s first Snowmen on Main Street competition.
The Armory Art Center, which has been operating for five years out of the Armory Building in Grand Haven, is adding a second location called the Armory Art Center Studio 2.
Following the success of last year’s inaugural Grand Haven Hispanic Fiesta, organizers faced a challenge – how to organize a second festival without a large public gathering due to COVID-19.
A few hundred people took advantage of a pleasant Sunday afternoon to stroll through Grand Haven’s Duncan Memorial Park for a pop-up art show hosted by the Lakeshore Visual Arts Collective.
Seven gallons of primer and five gallons of green, orange and purple paint were enough to create the backdrop for one of the latest additions to the Village of Spring Lake’s Art in the Park.
Artwork in a variety of mediums will be on display and for sale starting Sunday under the green canopy at Chinook Pier, at the intersection of Harbor Drive and First Street in Grand Haven.
GRANDVILLE — Congressman Bill Huizenga announced Wednesday that Jody Brown, a student at Zeeland East High School, is the winner of the 2020 Second Congressional District Art Competition.
CHICAGO — JC Rivera thought about hurricanes, he thought about his childhood in Puerto Rico and what happened whenever a storm passed through. Plywood would fly up across every window and every store front. He thought about this the other day, while driving through Chicago, passing business …
Due to the current COVID-19 concerns, the board members of the Wednesday night dances held at the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium have decided to cancel the June concerts.
ROTHBURY – Electric Forest announced Tuesday, April 21, that based on input from state and local authorities regarding public gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it has cancelled its 2020 event.
MUSKEGON — Heidi Naperala admits that she had “no idea what I was getting into” when she agreed to participate in this year’s Dancing with the Local Stars event.
Some of the greatest works of music ever composed, performed by many of the world’s finest soloists, will be part of the Grand Rapids Symphony’s 91st season.
“Guided by the Light,” the new exhibit at the Atrium Art Gallery of Second Christian Reformed Church in Grand Haven, contains the art collection of Donna Spaan.
GRAND RAPIDS — The Broadway sensation Hamilton is coming to Grand Rapids at the end of January. Broadway Grand Rapids announced Monday that people could have the chance to see it for only $10.
A Grand Haven church will be one of 60 remote webcast locations worldwide to broadcast one of the nation’s leading lecture and cultural arts series next month.
Hopper Miller, a graphic design student at the Careerline Tech Center and a Spring Lake High School junior, designed the winning logo for the West Michigan Student Showcase 2020, an annual celebration of excellence for area high school youth held at the Frauenthal Center in Muskegon.
HOLLAND — This holiday season, the Holland Area Arts Council is reprising their partnership with Grand Rapids Ballet in two special performances for children ages 4 to 10 – and their adult guests – on Sunday, Nov. 17.
MUSKEGON — Celebrating the new Art and Music Building while honoring the memory of two longtime art faculty members, Muskegon Community College presents “Looking Back and Forward: Works by Past and Present MCC Art Faculty” from Nov. 11-Dec. 12 in Overbrook Gallery.
The Atrium Art Gallery at Second Christian Reformed Church is featuring artistic expressions in many media in a new exhibit, “A Myriad of Talents: Art by the members of Second Church.”
Families can get in the fall spirit with a free pumpkin decorating event on Saturday, Sept. 28, during that day’s Farmers’ Market at Grand Haven’s Chinook Pier.
Local artist Lewis Cross was born in Davison, Michigan, in 1864 and moved to Spring Lake in the early 1880s. His love of the outdoors began early in life with much of his time spent outdoors.
Grand Haven’s Central Park will be a hub of cultural celebration on Saturday, Sept. 28, as the city’s first Hispanic Heritage Fiesta is set from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.