What started as a cheeky Instagram photo has turned into a large casting call for all badass babes. If you’re not on board, kindly move out of the way. 

Molding Minds: Pottery Lane offers an escape from the stress of life

Written by Dana Casadei | Wednesday, 29 August 2018 16:33 |

After spending her day job staring at a screen for hours on end, Kelly Kermode found herself needing a release, so she returned to an old love: pottery.

Livening the Lakeshore: Cultural venues debuting new facilities, amenities this year

Written by Marla R. Miller | Wednesday, 29 August 2018 16:28 |

When patrons visit the renovated Howmet Playhouse in Whitehall, not only can they expect new seats, carpets and restrooms, but they’ll see features of the building’s historic character unveiled. 

ArtPrize is celebrating its 10th birthday by collecting stories from its past and planning changes for its future. Kevin Buist, ArtPrize’s artistic director, talked with Revue about what we can expect for this year’s festival as well as what’s new for ArtPrize, such as the fest’s bi-annual switch and the new Project 1.

Diverse City: Returning festival celebrates African American legacy

Written by Kayla Sosa | Wednesday, 29 August 2018 16:18 |

This month, the African American Art and Music Festival is teaming up with ArtPrize to bring art, performances and great food to downtown Grand Rapids.

Art All the Time: How (and why) the UICA has made murals part of its mission

Written by Michaela Stock | Wednesday, 29 August 2018 16:03 |

A typical day in the life of Miranda Krajniak involves an Uber through the stop-and-go traffic on Monroe Center Street, asking her driver what they think of the bright, yet stormy mural of an angelic, silver woman outside the window. After giving their full opinion, the driver learns exactly who their passenger is: the executive director of the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, and she has been on the forefront of most of Grand Rapids’ major street art installations over the past five years. 

Nick Nortier: Walls of Nature

Written by Marla R. Miller | Wednesday, 29 August 2018 15:42 |

Working under the name Old Growth, Nick Nortier’s colorful murals cover brewery walls and building exteriors around Grand Rapids and beyond. 

Adeshola Makinde: A Thoughtful Eye in the Heart of the Mosh Pit

Written by Jack Raymond | Wednesday, 29 August 2018 15:31 |

When it comes to enjoying a concert, keep the iPhone in your pocket and leave the photos to the pros. A great photographer captures the essence of an artist and those moments within the sweat and reverberation while watching from the floor. Count Adeshola Makinde among the best of those with a lens. Visceral, kinetic and undeniably dope, his photos are a bridge to connecting with these larger-than-life icons. Sometimes a peek behind the veil, always fully immersive, he has a knack for coaxing the X-factor out of his subjects.

Danielle Truss: Sewing Seeds Onstage

Written by Kayla Sosa | Wednesday, 29 August 2018 15:22 |

Danielle Truss is an all-around artist from England, living in Grand Rapids. Most recently, she’s working at the Grand Rapids Ballet Company as a costume designer. 

Dayna Walton: The Undergraduate Carving a Name for Herself

Written by Kelly Brown | Wednesday, 29 August 2018 15:12 |

Dayna Walton hasn’t even graduated from Kendall College yet and she’s already leading workshops at local art hub Lions and Rabbits. She has more than 8,000 Instagram followers and her work is being sold online as Solstice Handmade. Between textile work, printmaking, illustration and graphic design, Walton is already making a name for herself in the West Michigan art and maker scene. 

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