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ArtPrize Announces New Five-year Retrospective Book

By Todd Herring on

We are proud to announce the release of our new, five-year retrospective book: 

ARTPRIZE: How a Radically Open Competition Transformed a City and Changed the Way We Think About Art 

Featuring photography by Brian Kelly and essays by Rick DeVos, founder and chairman of  ArtPrize, Adam Lerner, director and chief animator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, and Dustin Dwyer, reporter with Michigan Radio, the book tells the unique story of the ArtPrize event, capturing the energy…


Yes, we’re quite jolly.

By Todd Herring on

The year end often comes with a bit of a sting.  All year, the staff works tirelessly to produce an event like nothing else in the world.  To do so, we have a full time, year-round staff of…

Mapping Art in Unusual Places

By Kevin Buist on

Maps are powerful images. They help us orient ourselves in physical space, but they can also be used to orient ourselves in time. Last Friday, UICA hosted a discussion to reflect on the…


The 5th Annual ArtPrize Awards

By Brian Burch on

On Friday October 4, ArtPrize awarded $560,000 in cash prizes to the artists of 16 installations, concluding the epic, 19-day event.

Throughout the 16-day public voting process, 49,078…


DAILY | Venues Open Until 6PM Tonight

By Meredith Fennema on

October 6 is here, meaning that today we look back with so many great memories at the epic event that ArtPrize 2013 turned out to be. 

We remember the buzz around ArtPrize on Opening Day:…