Halloween is still more than a week away, but our local museum can’t wait. Its Haunted Museum event is a must see!
The Muskegon Museum of Artwill host its annual Appraisal Fair on Saturday, Oct. 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
There will most definitely be a chill in the air this weekend, so head indoors for some great shows right here in Grand Haven.
Baker Lumber will open its doors for Art At The Yard IV, a large-scale pop-up art show to benefit the Grand Haven Schools Foundation, on Saturday, Oct. 20, from 6-9 p.m.
New Jersey-based Le’Andra LeSeur wins $200,000 Juried Grand Prize for powerful performance about identity and race; Indiana-based Chelsea Nix and Mariano Cortez win $200,000 Public Vote Grand Prize for portrait series about humanity’s connections.
ArtWalk 2018 wrapped up Thursday with an awards ceremony.
Artists whose work has been on display across Grand Haven this week gathered Thursday to celebrate another ArtWalk in the books.
NOTE: Corrected link for Monsters Go by Aaron Zenz of Spring Lake is: https://www.artprize.org/67639
Art simplified is what Grand Haven’s miniature version of the much larger Grand Rapids art festival is all about, according to ArtWalk organizers.
What a great weekend. We’ve got art all over town, a local venue for a worldwide film festival and a pumpkin-decorating party.
City Manager Pat McGinnis used the big scissors to slash a blue ribbon to kick things off Wednesday evening on Grand Haven’s downtown waterfront.
Muskegon Reeths-Puffer won the Class A title and earned the highest score, 94 points, of all classes in the Grand Haven Marching Band Invitational held Saturday at Grand Haven High School.
Among the weekend fun, you can channel the John Phillip Sousa fan in yourself and enjoy some spectacular marching band shows at Grand Haven High School. Or maybe you’d rather party with the kitesurfing crowd.
ArtPrize opened Wednesday. “Masked” can be seen at the B.O.B.
A play, local home show and several concerts highlight our late summer (or is it early fall?) weekend.