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Love Water Not Oil – Benefit Concert

Love Water Not Oil Honor the Earth presents Annie Humphrey with special guests Winona Laduke and Ojibwe story teller, Anne Dunn. Saturday, 11/12/16 at MacRostie Art Center DOORS OPEN AT 6:00PM SHOW at 8:30PM Proceeds Benefit Honor the Earth.

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Is Not Gold | Lyz Wendland

MacRostie Gallery | On view through November. Is Not Gold is an installation of two- and three-dimensional works that survey the contrast of structured and organic forms in a suburban neighborhood with imagery collected throughout a summer of kayaking and drawing trips. Inspired by the idea of comfort within the repetition of a cookie cutter neighborhood […]

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Musings, Messengers & Monoprints | Terry Garrett

Minnesota Gallery | On view through November. The Musings, Messengers and Monoprints, a mixed media exhibition of collage and monoprints, is narrative in nature featuring male imagery from vintage Life, Look and Post magazines from the 1940s and 50s as well as a group of photographs of convicts from England in the early 1900s. “They were […]

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Wood, Wind, Water | Pottery Invitational

  Minnesota Gallery | On view through October. Our October pottery invitational will feature local and regional artists Rebecca Arnold-Sauer, Mike Jasper, Mark Lambert, Daryn Lowman and Cyrus Swann in a variety of ceramic styles celebrating the elements of wood, wind, or water — either through materials, function, or design.  

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Absent Narratives | Wing Young Huie

MacRostie Gallery | On view through October. How much of what we see is shaped by our daily interactions and how much is influenced by the countless pop culture images that we’ve consumed? How we look at photographs shows how we look at each other and ourselves. In Absent Narratives photographer Wing young Huie asks the simple question: What do you […]

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Fall Studio Tour

MacRostie Art Center’s Fall Art Studio Tour Located in one of the state’s top art regions, the Grand Rapids area is home to a robust arts community. For one entire weekend, artists across the area are throwing open their studio doors, inviting the public to see work spaces, meet the artists, and shop for unique, local […]

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