Art.Downtown 2014 dubbed a success, but organizers hope for better next year
"This was year five for the event, and we certainly noticed an increase in awareness about what the event is and what the Avenue for the Arts," said Jenn Schaub, neighborhood revitalization associate for Dwelling Place , the agency behind Avenue for the Arts.
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
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BHS senior earns $16,000 scholarship to attend art school
Barbara Nash, a Berkley High School senior, stands with one of her colored pencil pieces that helped win her a $16,000 scholarship to attend Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids next year.
Kendall Interim President Oliver Evans reacts to 'no confidence' vote against him
Kendall College of Art and Design Interim President Oliver Evans said he's not deterred or personally offended by a "no confidence" vote he received this weekend from Kendall's faculty association and college senate.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Kendall faculty issues 'no confidence' vote for interim president;...
The Kendall College of Art and Design College Senate and Faculty Association have issued a vote of "no confidence" for Interim President Oliver Evans who took over as Kendall's leader in the wake of the abrupt resignation of former President David Rosen.
Dad and 3-year-old daughter hit by car
Faculty bodies at the Kendall College of Art and Design said they do not have confidence in the man chosen to temporarily replace their recently-resigned president.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Report: Ferris provost a finalist for Northern Michigan University president
Ferris State University Provost Fritz Erickson is one of four finalists to be the next president at Northern Michigan University, the Marquette Mining Journal reports .
Kendall faculty 'adamant' that 'factual...
The Kendall College of Art and Design Faculty Association is "adamant" that more information be released regarding the resignation of former President David Rosen, who abruptly stepped down this week.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Grand Rapids students to unveil Grand River inspired art exhibition
Photo of Grand Rapids Montessori students Aiden Smith, Alex Mcdonald, Ella Morton, and Isobel Vankuiken take a look at a computer linked to an art exhibit at the Grand Rapids Public Museum on Nov. 14, 2013.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
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Evans Takes Over As Kendall Collegea s President
The school said Oliver Evans, who retired in 2012 after 18 years as Kendall's president, has agreed to serve as interim president after current President David Rosen resigned.
Kendall student's shoe design lands contract with major footwear company
When Brooke Ruble graduates from Kendall College of Art & Design this spring, she will already have her foot in the door of the footwear design industry.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Construction starting this week on $506,000 in renovations at UICA
Kendall College of Art and Design is pumping up to $506,000 into renovations at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts .
Summer jobs harder to find this year in Saginaw and Bay counties
Think of summer jobs and you might picture teenagers looking to make a few bucks scooping ice cream or flipping burgers while school is out.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Mechanic at Bay City shop reflects on changes
There have been a lot of changes at Bay City's Morgan 's Auto Repair during the last 50 years.
Top 5 things to do in Grand Rapids include Art.Downtown, Grand Rapids ...
Art, film and baseball are waiting for those looking to get up, get out, and do something around West Michigan and a few of these options are free.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Healthy collaboration: Nursing, pharmacy and medical students learn to work together
As the 72-year-old patient explained how he fell in the bathroom the night before, a team of nursing, medical and pharmacy students listened carefully.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Top 5 things to do in Grand Rapids include Latin American Film...
Films, a concert and even a train ride are included on this list of events to help you get the most out of West Michigan.
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Art nets student funds
Brege won the award as a part of the college's annual Art Day Competition, which invites high school seniors who are considering a future in art and design to lay their talents on the line to contend for $200,000 in total scholarship awards.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
GRCC student's photography skills earn recognition in national competition
Michele Brautnick received an honorable mention in the 34th annual College and High School Photography Contest by Photographer's Forum magazine.
College affordability: Low-income students bearing brunt of price hikes at some West Michigan schools
Students from low-income families are seeing college costs rise at a greater rate than their wealthy counterparts at several West Michigan schools, a trend that could hurt the poor as the cost of obtaining a degree continues to rise.
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"Crossing the Rubicon," an exhibition of contemporary animation and storytelling at Kendall College of Art and Design, is in its final days at KCAD's Fed Galleries.