The special installation was necessary to properly place the 1,200-pound sculpture, a life-sized horse that is cast bronze.
The vibe is low-key in the Calder Arts Center ceramics studio, but the creative energy is palpable.
A professor of voice helps students develop their individual artistry, experience, stamina and confidence to become well-rounded performers.
Teaching piano while being socially distant has provided even more lessons about how the instrument sounds.
Norwood Viviano spends much time contemplating and studying cities -- their plight, their futures with climate change and how their histories shaped them.
This is the story of an immigrant who settled in West Michigan, withstood the isolation of a pandemic, and celebrated the beauty found in his local surroundings.
Rising choreographer and director, with Chicago theater credits, draws lessons from his performances.
Joey Salamon '10 created a commissioned mural on a block-long swath of pavement in downtown Grand Rapids to commemorate Pride Month.
Six free events in the fall are Grand Valley's gift to the community to celebrate the positive impact of the arts.
Alumni created University Wits in 2012, a nonprofit organization that provides local theater enthusiasts an opportunity to learn and grow in the craft of performing arts.
Examining a painting and discussing with classmates is a typical day in the life of students majoring in the visual arts. It was new territory for students majoring in health professions.
More than 16,000 pieces of art reside in Grand Valley's permanent collection, many of which have found a home at the university after competing in ArtPrize.
For the past 15 years, West Michigan audiences have enjoyed a series of six free events every fall at Grand Valley that celebrate the positive impact of the arts.