Federal Square Building - The SPOT

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Federal Square - The Spot, sponsored by the law firm of Kane & Co., PLC. and Martin Property Management, is an open floor plan of nearly 3000 ft offering expansive 12 foot high walls provides ample unobstructed views for two and three-dimensional works of art. The SPOT is a purely volunteer run venue. The large open-interior space is dedicated soley to Art Prize Exhibition. The Spot is located in the heart of the City Center at 29 Pearl Street, between Ottawa and Ionia Streets, and adjacent the new Kendall College of Art and Design venue and voter registration center. If your time is limited, you must stop by The Spot.

Visitor Amenities
  • Free Public Restrooms: No
  • Free Public Parking: No
  • Physically Accessible: Yes

2012 Entries hosted at this Venue

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Nighttime Playground with Skunks

Katie Halton
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Chromatic Typewriter II

Tyree Callahan
  • Three-Dimensional
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Elements of Rock and Water

Kathleen Kalinowski
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Tuskegee Airmen

Andrew J. Woodstock
  • Two-Dimensional
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Stardust Hula-Hoop Reunion

David Greenwood
  • Three-Dimensional
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Chasing Light

Christine Bodnar
  • Two-Dimensional
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Hole 2 Sometimes You Are Just So Broken

Matthew Schenk
  • Two-Dimensional
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Seasonal Portrait Spawned of a Persephonic Resurrection

Lisa Ambrose
  • Two-Dimensional
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Implicit Complicit

Gregory Johnson
  • Two-Dimensional
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Untitled (locker room)

Michael Bill Smith
  • Two-Dimensional
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THE SIMPLICITY OF SILENCE

Armin Mersmann
  • Two-Dimensional
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Tangerine and Jealousy

Christy DeHoog Johnson
  • Two-Dimensional
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The Sentinel

Christina Pettersson
  • Two-Dimensional
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Crisis of Indecision

Megan Klco
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Primal Nest

margaret tvedten
  • Three-Dimensional
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SelfLeveling Cabinet

John DeHoog
  • Three-Dimensional
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