June 1, 2022
From the clothes we wear to the decorative rugs on our floors, we interact with textiles every day. Learn more about the textile works in the GVSU art collection.
May 1, 2022
In the 1960s, Mexican American activists within the growing civil rights movement began celebrating Cinco de Mayo as a reminder of Mexico�s victory over France in the 1860s and as a celebration of Mexican culture. The date became a symbol of social and cu
March 28, 2022
Most people view a work of art for 15-30 seconds or less and often feel that they don�t have the tools or expertise to understand it. Slow Art Day encourages viewers to look for longer and discover on their own without expertise.
February 22, 2022
The GVSU Art Gallery recognizes all the amazing women artists of the GVSU art collection beyond just the month of March, but we take this opportunity, Women�s History Month, to highlight a few of the women photographers in our collection.
January 31, 2022
The GVSU permanent collection has over 20,000 works of art. Many of the works of art are on public display. Ever wonder about the rest of the artwork tucked away in the GVSU Art Gallery storage facility?
December 7, 2021
In 2021 we continued adding artwork to the collection to support our commitment to diversifying artists represented on campus. Check out these new additions!
November 8, 2021
Before embarking on a mission to fill a new five-story health center with works of art at every turn, the Grand Valley Art Gallery team considered terms such as empathy and innovation. Also, compassion. Diversity. Teamwork. Mindfulness. Community. Outr
September 16, 2021
The GVSU Art Gallery also set up an on-demand educational opportunity involving two pieces.
July 26, 2021
This summer our team began the ambitious work of updating photographic documentation of almost all 25,000 works of art in the collection.
December 10, 2018
New Travel Opportunity, Serene Venice and the 58th Biennale, October 10-20, 2019