Magic elves in a shoe shop carried a message to its war-weary characters that life is a playful mystery.
The message of “Elves and the Shoemaker” at the Malcolm Field Theater was that “love, loyalty and friendship” are important, especially during war. »
Art patrons welcomed a traveling watercolor exhibition last Thursday during another Arbury Art Gallery reception.
The Michigan Watercolor Society, established in 1946, has chosen the best watercolor and water-media paintings throughout Michigan to join a traveling exhibition for the past 63 years. »
Snapping students surrounded poets reciting original pieces at Cardinal Ink’s poetry slam last Monday.
Cardinal Ink is a new creative writing club on campus, and this was its first poetry slam. »
A Bay City native won the $250,000 grand prize at the biggest art competition in the world.
“Think Big” were the instructions, and Chris LaPorte kept that in mind when he entered his pencil drawing titled “Cavalry, American Officers, 1921” into this year’s ArtPrize in downtown Grand Rapids. Standing 8 feet tall and stretching 28 feet wide, LaPorte told the media that the project kept him busy for more than 800 hours. »