For 125 years, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital has restored hope and freedom through intensive rehabilitation for people who have experienced brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, strokes, multiple traumatic injuries, cancer, amputations and other diagnoses. Mary Free Bed is the only inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Michigan with a unit designated for children and teens. A $67 million expansion has doubled the Mary Free Bed campus, making it the fifth-largest freestanding rehabilitation hospital in the country. Mary Free Bed also offers outpatient and home-based services, and other specialty services such as adaptive seating, orthotics and prosthetics, a motion analysis center, driver rehabilitation, a bio feedback lab for neuromuscular re-education, neuropsychological evaluation and one of the nation’s largest wheelchair and adaptive sports programs. Parking is available in the west addition first level parking ramp off Wealthy Street and on the east side of campus in the Mary Free Bed Professional Building parking ramp.
The Apartment has a rich history in Grand Rapids, having been around for over four decades. Began by Ed Ladner and Milton Lenox, they passed the baton to new owner Bob Johnson. The Apartment has become more than just a bar. Although known for catering to the LGBTQ community, EVERYONE is welcome! Our location is next to the regionally renowned Civic Theater makes it a favorite before or after stop for theater goers. Also, we're just a few blocks from the Van Andel Arena. Through the years the Apartment's fund raising efforts for charities and non-profits had made it a very respected venue in the downtown area. Stop in and say "Hi!" and you'll soon discover why the "APT" is the Place Where Friends Meet.
33 Sheldon Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Grand Rapids Community College's Spectrum Theater is the home of several local groups including GRCC Players, Actors' Theatre, Jewish Theater Grand Rapids, and The Heritage Theatre Group.
160 Fountain NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Peaches B&B, a fabulous Georgian mansion nearly 100 years old, will open its doors & gardens to the public for another spectacular ArtPrize show. Peaches is a "major venue", hosting 24 artists in a relaxed atmosphere, showcasing both indoor & outdoor art, in a setting where one can envision it in one's own home. Peaches is the only ArtPrize venue hosting live demonstrations by our artists on both days of the first 2 weekends. Come, linger, enjoy. We have free parking, great art, & free goodies.
29 Gay SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
[HAS HEART] is proud to present the 2016 HERO[series] exhibit at the Veterans Memorial Park in downtown Grand Rapids, marking the organization's 5th Annual ArtPrize exhibit.
22 Sheldon NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Butterworth Hospital is one of four facilities that make up Spectrum Health Medical Center. Our rich history dates back to 1873. Over the last century, we have grown into a regional leader in care, diagnostics, treatment, prevention and education. Today, Butterworth Hospital is a clinical leader in cardiovascular, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopedics, neurosciences, and trauma and emergency care services, among many others.
100 Michigan NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The Women’s City Club is a private club which resides in the historic Sweet House and offers individual and business memberships. The WCC transforms their space for ArtPrize. While the main floor retains it's historic look, but with the installation of AP art, the Auditorium is converted to a modern gallery with the addition of contemporary walls and lighting. In 2006, the Sweet House Foundation, a (501 c 3) non-profit, was established to preserve the history and architecture of the house. Martin Sweet, the original owner of the house, was a young entrepreneur when he came to Grand Rapids in 1846. He dreamed of a distinguished and spacious home for his family and in the early 1860’s built this home on East Fulton. This Heritage Hill two-story Italianate Villa home survives as one of the remaining examples of this style of architecture in the latter part of the 19th century. For information on the house or the WCC, please call (616) 459-3321.
254 East Fulton Street, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Bartertown Diner is a 100% plant-based restaurant, and the first no-tip restaurant in West Michigan. We strive to create an inclusive eating experience, believing that everyone has a seat at the table. In efforts to support our mission, we've organized a "Give a taco, Take a taco" program that allows patrons to buy tacos and bowls of food for others to enjoy. "Give a taco, Take a taco" connections are made via our community board and on the streets of Grand Rapids. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner options are available alongside fresh smoothies, Global Infusion teas, Rowster's coffee, Sweet Batches baked goods and Rise Bakery's gluten free desserts. Couches are available for a more relaxed experience, in addition to dine-in tables and chairs, and two outdoor patios. You'll find us just south of Fulton on the east side of Jefferson!!
6 Jefferson St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The Grand Rapids Community College Paul Collins Art Gallery is dedicated to providing diverse, high-quality exhibitions for the education and inspiration of the college and the community. Exhibits by visiting artists, faculty, and students offer diverse talents from local, regional, national, and international domains. In addition to the exhibitions, selected lectures by artists or curators are offered at the gallery. All of the gallery exhibits and events are free and open to the public.
143 Bostwick N.E., Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Treadstone Funding is a local mortgage lender in downtown Grand Rapids, MI. Located in the newly renovated "diplomat pharmacy" building.
214 Fulton SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The Fred and Lena Meijer Heart Center opened in 2004. It has become a leader in heart care in the region, state and nation and remains the only hospital in Grand Rapids that provides open heart surgery. The Meijer Heart Center is equipped with state-of-the-art medical and information technology. We also have great clinical teams in caring for all aspects of the heart, including heart rhythms and blood vessels.
100 Michigan Street NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The Bagel Beanery is a independently locally owned and operated gourmet coffee and sandwich shop. Our bagels are made fresh from scratch daily and our coffee is roasted 24 hours prior to delivery. We feature a wide variety of bagels, cream cheeses, signature bagel sandwiches, breakfast sandwiches, soups and baked goods. Our award winning bagels are made right here in our own kitchen! We also serve fresh coffees, espressos, smoothies, and signature espresso drinks using the finest coffee beans available. Proudly serving and back on popular demand Art Prize Blend coffee!!
455 Michigan St. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Fountain Street Church is a beautiful, historic, downtown landmark. The Fountain Street Church Art Committee manages seven exhibitions each year, one of which is dedicated to ArtPrize. The Church has been an ArtPrize venue since the first event in 2009. In 2015, 17,000 visitors to the Church viewed works by 26 artists. In addition to works by ArtPrize artists, the stunning art and architecture of the Church sanctuary attracts many visitors. Independent jurors engaged by the Social Action Committee and the American Civil Liberties Union will award two $1000 prizes for works that best express the theme of the exhibition.
24 Fountain Street NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Since opening in 2008, Spectrum Health’s Lemmen-Holton Cancer Pavilion has been the cancer center of choice for cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment in West Michigan. While select cancer services such as mammography, chemotherapy and radiation are offered at other Spectrum Health cancer care locations in the region, Lemmen-Holton Cancer Pavilion serves as the comprehensive center of care for the more than 3,000 new cancer patients diagnosed and treated each year at Spectrum Health. The six-story, state-of-the-art building is home to the region's widest, most advanced array of outpatient cancer services.
145 Michigan NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Cornerstone Church is thrilled again this year to have the opportunity to participate in Artprize - one of the most fun, over-stimulating and inspiring events in one of the coolest, big-hearted cities in the world! We are a modern contemporary church in a historic building, blending a beautiful combination of past and present. Cornerstone Church is one of the fastest growing churches in the Downtown Grand Rapids area; launching services October 2013, with a diverse community that represents the community around us. We are located at the corner of Lafayette and Washington. Our historic building was built in 1904 and remains, architecturally-speaking, incredibly original. We are on the edge of Heritage Hill and downtown Grand Rapids. One block South of Fulton, off Lafayette, this is a great location for a walk by both historic homes and near all the energy of downtown. Stroll by and visit!
48 Lafayette SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The Grand Rapids Children's Museum provides an environment for hands-on, self-guided, learning through play.
11 Sheldon Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Lifestyle Kitchen Studio is located at the historic Heritage Hill address of 222 Fulton Street East. One of the oldest buildings in Grand Rapids, the space has been completely renovated and is now home to a family owned and operated design business. Beautiful front yard landscaping and convenient downtown location make it an easy stop during Art Prize.
222 Fulton Street East, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Zoup! is located in the Medical Mile Food Court. The Medical Mile Food Court is located in the middle of the Medical Mile facilities, across the street from Spectrum Butterworth, the Children's Hospital & Van Andel Institute, in between the Lemmon Holton Cancer Center & the MSU College of Human Medicine. Additional food selections at The Medical Mile Food Court include; Starbucks, Smashburger, and Qdoba.
25 Michigan Street NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
BLDI Environmental Engineering has been located at 150 Fountain St. since 1991. We are a short walk up the tree lined hill from the public library, situated next to the Spectrum Theater and across from GRCC's Heritage Restaurant. Bordering on the south side of Heritage Hill, there is ample public parking nearby. We are excited to be part of this wonderful autumn event for the third year!
150 Fountain St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
This property at 103 College SE is an outstanding example of Chateauesque Victorian architecture. It was originally the home of Edward Lowe, a Grand Rapids lumber merchant and philanthropist. Constructed in 1895 of bricks imported from England, It was for many years the highest structure in the city. The architectural style is throughly Victorian. The front gable, curved as if it is carved from stone instead of laid by brick, is similar to those of a stately English home. The roof with its steep slated gables, is related to the style of Cotswold Cottages. The brick work is unique, very thin bricks were set in minimal mortar joints and laid up in double walls. Specially molded bricks outline the doors and windows. Molded bricks divide the first from the second floor (another echo of English architecture).
103 College SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Reynolds & Sons Sporting Goods is one of the original retail business established in Downtown Grand Rapids. It's newly renovated 100+ old building, (this spring) will showcase as one of the most unique and modern businesses in downtown Grand Rapids. Our second floor window will showcase our Athletes of the Month, however for Artprize this will showcase an incredible piece of Art. The second floor window display will light up the city day and night for miles. We reside in the heart of Grand Rapids, and the heart of ArtPrize.
12 Monroe Center, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Grand Rapids Pizza and Delivery is located in the Historic Heritage hill district, and was the first established pizzeria in that area. Large glass windows allow for a bright, inviting and intimate setting for a quick bite, or a group meal. A multiple winner of the On the Town readers poll for best pizza, the restaurant offers dine-in, take out, delivery and catering, as well as off site meal services. All food is prepared using fresh local ingredients or sourced from the region, creating a fresh, taste in the Pasta, Sandwiches, pizzas, wings which are sure to be a crowd pleaser during your ArtPrize stay. Conveniently located next to Foster Park and within walking distance to downtown, on the historic brick streets leading in and out of Heritage Hill. Handicap accessible and WiFi equipped. For groups of 12 or more dining in please contact the restaurant. We are open daily at 11am and noon on weekends, and close most days by 11 pm or 12:30 on the weekend. Welcome to Grand Rapids
340 State Street S.E., Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The early Christian church was one of the greatest patrons of the arts, so we believe that it is natural that today both artists and observers find the church as home to the arts and a place to hear God’s voice through artistic expression. For 43 years, First United Methodist Church has presented its annual "Celebration of the Arts", one of the largest juried spiritual art shows in the U.S. Works have included artists from many faith and spiritual traditions.
227 E. Fulton St., Grand Rapids, MI 49503
We are centrally located downtown on Fulton, just east of Division. We are a large and beautiful historic church. The entrance to the parking lot is off Ransom Street, next to St. Cecilia's. Last year we added a glass vestibule as our new entry right off our parking lot. We have a new lobby and gathering area, gallery hallway, and ceramic floor tile from Italy. Our main hall, Merriam Hall, hosts great pieces and displays.
10 E Park Place NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503