Bar Divani, is a chic wine bar/restaurant serving globally inspired cuisine and using local and sustainable products whenever possible. Along with over 40 wines by the glass, Bar Divani offers an extensive reserve list, specialty martinis and a vast selection of premium beers and spirits from around the world. Small plates perfect for sharing are offered along with full size entrees, flat-breads and salads. Our chef offers a made-from-scratch approach to food using the finest local ingredients. Indulge your passion for food and drink within this romantic, hip-interior setting.
15 Ionia Ave SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Front and 131, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
654 Stocking Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
The interior lobby area of the Spectrum Theatre is available for hosting entries. 48' x 20.5'
160 Fountain St NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum is located along the banks of the Grand River in downtown Grand Rapids. During ArtPrize the Museum's lobby has extended hours. We open each day at 9:00 AM. There is no charge to view ArtPrize.
303 Pearl St. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
The Main Library is located in the heart of downtown Grand Rapids and within walking distance of area hotels, DeVos Place convention center, museums, and performing arts venues. In 2003, the Main Library reopened after an extensive renovation that restored the original 1904 building and the 1967 addition. Serving the City of Grand Rapids, the Main Library and 7 branches provide books, movies, music, adult and children’s programming, computer and internet access, educational classes, a Small Business Resource Center and a Grand Rapids History and Special Collections department, including an extensive archive relating to the region’s history. The Grand Rapids Public Library connects people to the transforming power of knowledge.
111 Library St NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Stella's Lounge is a downtown GR dive bar. Cheap beer, stiff drinks, vintage arcade games, vegan/vegetarian menu, stuffed hamburgers, local art and punk rock music. Stella's also has a back room that is has a different vibe with handmade cocktails, unique wines and beers & 30's pop music but offering the same menu and attitude.
53 Commerce St. SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Approximately 4231 square feet of outside space located on the plaza of the Chase Bank Building located in the Central Business District of Downtown Grand Rapids. **You must be able to supply your own bases for the art as you are not allowed to drill directly into the plaza.
200 Ottawa NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
77 Grandville Ave. SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Details, including floor plan and photos available at www.grcc.edu/artprize
143 Bostwick Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Ottawa Tavern is a classic Tavern with great food and great prices... We have wonderful burgers and great entrees and a wide variety of specials going on daily.
151 Ottawa Ave, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Coit Creative Arts Academy is the elementary art school for the Grand Rapids Public Schools. The original building was built in 1880 and it is the oldest working school in Michigan. In 2002 it became an arts school. As a result families have moved into the neighborhood specifically to send their children to Coit Creative Arts Academy. Due to this the neighborhood is more art savvy than most others. It is conveniently located just a few blocks from the Medical Mile and within walking distance to downtown. With school budgets as they exist being an exhibitor at Coit Creative Arts Academy is a wonderful nod to the dedication artists feel toward arts education.
617 Coit Ave, NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Diversions is located across the street from Kendall College. Our upstairs lounge and lower video bar will be open during Artprize.
10 Fountain St. N.W., Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Casual fine dining American steakhouse located on the corner of Monroe Center and Ionia Avenue.
77 Monroe Center NW Ste. 100, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
89 Ionia NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Flanagan's Irish Pub is located on the first floor of the Rood Building constructed in 1894. Flanagan's is one of the first Irish Pubs in downtown Grand Rapids. The interior is classic pub decor with rich wood and traditional styling.
139 Pearl Street, NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The Take Hold space is located in the Heartside District of beautiful downtown Grand Rapids. We have wall/floor space for artists and a public restroom. This is an excellent space for artists to display creative work. Feel free to stop by anytime and check it out. Also, please feel free to visit our community worship gathering every Sunday night @ 7:00 pm. Come as you are...all are welcome...all befriended.
222 S. Division Ave., Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Located on the grounds of St. Mary's Parish just a few minutes from downtown and in the foreground of the historic St. Mary's Catholic Church. Free ArtPrize parking available at the Garden site.
423 First Street N.W., Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Monroe Community Church meets in an open renovated warehouse space in the heart of the North Monroe neighborhood, which is home to galleries, parks, studios, restaurants, offices, and condos. Our main space for ArtPrize will be our 62’ x 64’ multi-use assembly space that includes a library/lounge, screen, and an open kitchen. One of the interior walls is the former exterior wall of the building next door, featuring interesting brickwork and enclosed masonry window openings. The space has a lot of raw character with sealed concrete floors, painted block and brick walls, and 18’ high exposed steel structure. This very rugged space is not precious and could tolerate custom display and fastening systems for installation artwork. Worship seating can adapt to fit the art we host. We have an array of flexible theatrical light fixtures. We will be open for at least the Minimum hours and our staff will also work in the space for SOME of the extended hours, depending upon work schedules.
800 Monroe Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
5000 sq. ft of floor space, 20 ft. ceilings, and a 50 car parking lot.
250 Ionia SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Built in 1910 by Henry J. Heystek, the historic United Way Center was Grand Rapid’s first Coliseum and Convention Center. Home to the Heart of West Michigan United Way since 1998, United Way Center serves as a hub for community collaboration to direct change and create opportunities for a better life for all who live here. The Romanesque style building, distinguished by an enormous arched entrance flanked by carved lions is being presented as an exterior venue. Outdoor electrical is available.
118 Commerce Avenue SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Welcome to the Amway Grand Plaza, where every stay is marked by a memorable moment. Whether it's a stroll through the Pantlind Lobby, the great view from one of our Glass Tower rooms, the classical architecture, or your first bite of the Forbidden Apple at The 1913 Room. The Amway Grand Plaza is much more than a hotel. It's a true destination.
187 Monroe Ave. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
St. Cecilia Music Center promotes the appreciation, study and performance of music in order to enrich the lives of Michigan residents. We do this through presenting an annual jazz and chamber music concert series and Great Artist Gala featuring world-renowned musicians. Providing music education for all ages through our School of Music, which includes after-school orchestras, band and music classes. Preserving our historic building on Ransom and Fulton for community use. We have an accoustically-superb 650-seat auditorium, an elegant ballroom and various unique recital and meeting spaces. We also have an art gallery that exhibits different artists each month.
24 Ransom Avenue NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503