Festival of the Arts 49th in GRAND RAPIDS, MI

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Festival of the Arts 49th in GRAND RAPIDS, MI

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Date 06/01/2018 to 06/03/2018
City/State GRAND RAPIDS, MI
Promoter Festival of the Arts in Grand Rapids
Event Name Festival of the Arts 49th
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Event Location Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts 2 Fulton West
Craftmaster Codes $25-$40 FAO
4/3 DL,AO,JU
Noon-5,4-9,10-2pm
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Additional Info Festival of the Arts co-chairs Melissa Bush and Jessi Nix Gould are excited to announce well-known artist Chris LaPorte as the 2018 Festival of the Arts poster artist. In its 49th year in 2018, Festival is one of the longest running festivals in the state of Michigan and will be held June 1, 2 and 3 in downtown Grand Rapids. “This year’s theme for Festival is celebrating the community through art, and Chris has really captured this in his work,” said Melissa Bush, 2018 Festival of the Arts Co-Chair. “Chris has been involved in the Regional Arts Exhibition for years, participates in Art on the Spot drawing caricatures and hosted an art class in his studio to help fundraise for Festival of the Arts. He was an obvious choice for a poster artist.”

Festival of the Arts is an annual three-day celebration of West Michigan arts and artists which takes place in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan, on the first full weekend in June.

In 1969, Alexander Calder’s La Grande Vitesse was installed in front of City Hall in downtown Grand Rapids in an area now called Calder Plaza. “La Grande Vitesse” is French for “the great swiftness” or “the grand rapids."
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