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Celebrating DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health: A day of pride, a future of innovation

November 10, 2021

Images capture both the celebration of the newest Health Campus building and its exciting features.

DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health will help meet changing needs of health care industry

November 3, 2021

About 400 community members and donors attended a dedication ceremony for the new health building.

GVSU represented in ArtPrize through art, venues and sponsorship

September 15, 2021

The GVSU Art Gallery also set up an on-demand educational opportunity involving two pieces.

GVSU Arts Celebration to feature events throughout the year

August 26, 2021

The celebration kicks off August 27 with a GVSU Art Galley exhibition.

Common resources, collective interest: GVSU professor's book, accompanying exhibition explore these themes through lens of pioneering economist

July 21, 2021

Erik Nordman's book was released this month, while the exhibition is currently on display.

George Gordon leaves deep impact on GVSU art collection, culture

June 2, 2021

Gordon had a strong vision for GVSU, said Nathan Kemler, director of Galleries and Collections.

GVSU community mourns death of George Gordon, philanthropist of education and art

May 21, 2021

The Gordons donated Mathias J. Alten paintings to GVSU and began the university's vast collection.

Exhibitions connect Making Waves initiative to visual art, show prominence of water in artistic pieces

February 12, 2021

The pieces are showcased both in physical spaces as well as online.

GVSU Art Gallery, Muskegon Museum of Art present joint exhibition of Native American contemporary art

December 14, 2020

"The Art of the People: Contemporary Anishinaabe Artists" will be shown in both locations.

Lake Huron Hall reopens after major renovation

November 3, 2020

Renovations to LHH include new offices and classrooms and redesigned study spaces.



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