Art.Downtown 2012 to be held April 13th | Arts & Culture
Jump start the spring season by climbing aboard a trolley to view the work of over 260 local artists in 25 vibrant downtown locations along the Avenue for the Arts, South Division between Fulton and Williams
One of the largest studio hops in West Michigan Art.Downtown. features Avenue for the Arts Artists, galleries and businesses, the Kendall Studio spaces at Grandville and Wealthy and student exhibitions from 6 local universities. A one evening celebration of spring Art.Downtown. is an excellent chance for local residents to visit local art galleries, restaurants and shops. It is a great opportunity for the community to connect with one another in a new cultural setting. Spring for the Arts will have; live entertainment, photography, glass work, handmade goods, prints, film and more. There is something for everyone. Grand Rapids Trolley will be providing trolley transportation throughout the Heartside district, stopping at various shops/studios, galleries, restaurants and parking locations.
Maps can be picked up the night of the event at Sanctuary Folk Art 140 South Division.
Art.Downtown. is the perfect opportunity to get out and do something fun with the family, there are so many art studios and plenty of shops to visit. This event is open to all ages and there will be something for everyone to enjoy. So come relax and join in the festivities and see all that Downtown Grand Rapids has to offer.
For more information regarding this event or any in relation to the Avenue for the Arts, please contact Jenn Schaub at 616.855.0435 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: April 13 6:00pm – 11:00pm
Location: S.Division, Grand Rapids, MI
Cost: Free!! Plus Free Trolley Transportation
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