ArtPrize Announces 20 Finalists In Public VotingArtPrize says nearly 31,000 people cast roughly 377,000 votes in four categories.
Visitors Dismantle ArtPrize Entry Amid Apparent ConfusionSome apparent confusion among visitors to Michigan's annual ArtPrize competition led to one entry being dismantled.
Michigan's Annual ArtPrize Competition Enters Its 7th YearMichigan's annual ArtPrize competition is entering its seventh year Wednesday with more than 1,550 entries on display and a series of nighttime events.
Michigan's Annual ArtPrize Competition Enters Its 7th YearThe 19-day event features 1,550 entries by artists from around the world.
Susan Sollins, Producer, Director, ArtPrize Juror, DiesSusan Sollins, the executive director of Art21, died on October 13, just days after the ArtPrize 2014 Awards Ceremony was held.
Quilter Takes Home Top Honors In Grand Rapids' ArtPrizeA quilter inspired by a Lake Michigan lakeshore near her home was declared the winner Friday of the $200,000 ArtPrize competition.
ArtPrize, World's Largest Art Competition, Underway In Grand RapidsThe fifth installment of the annual ArtPrize international art competition is getting underway in Grand Rapids. Hundreds of entries from 45 states and 47 countries are in the running.
ArtPrize Announces Winners Of 2012 CompetitionA Burbank, Calif., artist has won the top cash prize at the fourth annual ArtPrize international competition in Grand Rapids.
Vandal Strikes ArtPrize Entry In Grand RapidsA large, rotating sphere that was installed in Grand Rapids as part of the annual ArtPrize competition has been damaged by a vandal.
ArtPrize: Top 10 Finalists Unveiled For $560K PrizeThese finalists were chosen from a field of 1,517 artists from 46 countries and 41 U.S. states and territories. More than 41,000 voters contributed nearly 400,000 votes.
Rick DeVos Introduces Start Garden: $15 Million Fund To Invest In Ideas
Pancakes & Politics: Spotlight On Cities As Engines For GrowthIt will be talk of urban cities as economic catalysts as well as what the east side and west side of the state can learn from each other that will dominate the next “Pancakes and Politics” this Thursday at the Detroit Athletic Club.