ArtPrize revisited: Producer Joe's Best and Worst

Written by Joe Gasmann | Thursday, 13 November 2014 10:15 |

ignoring most venues and social graces for two straight days, my trusty photographer and I excitedly combined our favorite annual art contest with our favorite not-so-annual contest of drinking too much. We accomplished very little of our original intents, but saw anything worth seeing — according to us.

Once: An Atypical Love Story

Written by Allison Parker | Tuesday, 04 November 2014 13:52 |

Audiences have come to expect this universal story at the core of many Broadway musicals. Often, however, it is not so much the romantic relationship that draws people toward a particular show. Rather, it is the packaging around the relationship—the exotic sets, spectacular costumes and dizzying special effects that reel in audiences.

 

Just Dance: Get your dance on in West Michigan

Written by Revue Staff and Minions | Friday, 24 October 2014 14:05 |

Sometimes, you just got to dance. REVUE has compiled a rundown of West Michigan dance options for everyone.

Artful Exploration of the Practical Mind

Written by Kerri VanderHoff | Friday, 24 October 2014 13:17 |

Artful Exploration of the Practical MindA cultural study of the Midwest reveals an interesting trajectory. InThe Middle West: Its Meaning in American Culture, geographer James R. Shortridge notes around the turn of the last century, the Midwest enjoyed a prosperous time and was revered in the national consciousness as the most “American” part of the nation. The self-reliance of the inhabitants secured the region’s identity as the ideal America. There was a strong commitment to progressivism, with an emphasis on education, women’s rights and temperance.

There Ain’t No Fat Lady In Carmen

Written by Allison Parker | Thursday, 25 September 2014 16:54 |

 Whether you realize it or not, you are probably already familiar with Carmen. One of the most popular operas in existence, the tempestuous tragedy has permeated American culture, with references popping up in everything from Doritos ads to the Pixar film, Up

Muskegon Lake Project: Art & Environment

Written by Kerri VanderHoff | Tuesday, 23 September 2014 15:49 |

Artists often take inspiration from their environment. Georgia O’Keeffe moved to New Mexico for the light and landscape. Andy Warhol thrived on the constant buzz of New York’s social scene. Many a muse was found at the ballet for Edgar Degas.

Broadway’s ‘Show of Many Colors’

Written by Allison Parker | Monday, 25 August 2014 15:48 |

Put red, yellow, brown, green and every shade in between together and you get the most fabulous coat on Broadway. Andrew Lloyd Webber's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat brings a vivid palette of breathtaking hues to Broadway Grand Rapids this month.

Double Take: Q&A with Vicki Wright, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

Written by Anya Zentmeyer | Monday, 25 August 2014 15:23 |

Q&A with Vicki Wright from the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts on its 90th anniversary and exhibition celebrating both KIA’s collection and local artists it inspires.

Con Artist Crew Develops ArtLustr to Make Art More Accessible

Written by Carlie Soule | Monday, 25 August 2014 13:55 |

Con Artist Crew, an eclectic group of West Michigan artists, is giving audiences universal accessibility to shows. The group has developed ArtLustr, an interactive electronic still program that can be used anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection.

The Art of Curating: Context Matters

Written by Kerri VanderHoff | Monday, 25 August 2014 12:59 |

Picture this: you just bought the latest release from your favorite band. You can’t wait to listen to it from start to finish, to really let it unfold, to go back and give it another go after the first run through. Now imagine, would you do this on your tiny little laptop in a crowded space with lots of noise all around?

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