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Brand Guidelines

ArtPrize Brand Guidelines are your roadmap for using the ArtPrize trademarks and logos, as well as some basic rules on how to use the term "ArtPrize" in print, and some in-depth ways to describe what ArtPrize is as an event and organization.

You must have specific written permission to use any of our registered or unregistered trademarks. Should you have any questions about using our name, logo, or other marks, and to request permission to use registered or unregistered trademarks, please contact us at media@artprize.org.

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Featured Media Coverage

“A city that gives itself over to art for three weeks is something to be celebrated. People will find the pieces that speak to them. That’s pretty powerful.” 

Steve Friess, The New York Times (September 27, 2017)

“In many ways, ArtPrize is like a mini functional internet brought to life. At its core, it’s a technology organization.”

Arthur Holland Michel, Fast Company (October 20, 2014)

"Lately the art world has seen a rash of art-tech startups pitching themselves as using the internet to disrupt traditional hierarchies. ArtPrize’s simple online-dating-style matchup has probably beaten them all as a game-changer, as evidenced by the massive new audiences it has produced."

Ben Davis, ArtNet News (October 1, 2015)

"Now seven years old, international arts competition ArtPrize continues to pull the art world off-axis, shifting attention away from bi-coastal cultural centers like New York and Los Angeles to instead shine the spotlight on Grand Rapids, Mich..."

Gus Turner, Complex (October 8, 2015)

“If you want to confront culture, then ArtPrize is a vehicle for conversation.”

Steve Friess, The Daily Beast (September 30, 2017)

"No matter who wins, the 17-day competition has spurred a lively debate in Grand Rapids, a city of about 200,000 with a tradition of interest in art."

Micheline Maynard, The New York Times (October 7, 2009)

“It’s really high stakes. It’s neat, you can be a part of it. It’s a big deal. It’s called ArtPrize — it’s the pride of Michigan this time of year.”

Rachel Maddow, MSNBC (September 30, 2016)