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									                              ArtPrize 2010 Hillside Neighborhood


Name                                       Contact


St. Mark's Episcopal Church                mouser@prodigy.net




Women's City Club - Exhibition Center      womencityclub@gmail.com

GrandLAN Gaming Center                     info@grandlan.info


Immanuel Lutheran Church                   mjp.sjp@comcast.net




Grand Rapids Public Library                kcorrado@grpl.org




Spectrum Health Butterworth Campus         sarah.minnick@spectrum-health.org

Spectrum Health Meijer Heart Center        sarah.minnick@spectrum-health.org




Spectrum Health Lemmen Holton Cancer
Pavilion                                   sarah.minnick@spectrum-health.org
Grand Rapids CC Spectrum Theatre           ddevries@grcc.edu


Grand Rapids CC - Collins Art Gallery      ddevries@grcc.edu


MSU - Secchia Center                       jerry.kooiman@hc.msu.edu
Central Reformed Church                    jkoopmanwhalen@yahoo.com

Grand Rapids Children's Museum             cplace@grcm.org
Van Andel Institute                        sam.pinto@vai.org
First United Methodist Church              markl@grandrapidsfumc.org
Masonic Center                             tom.vankampen@gmail.com


St. Cecilia Music Center                   scmscher@gmail.com
                             ArtPrize 2010 Hillside Neighborhood




53 College NE                                redsnail@comcast.net




First (Park) Congregational Church           kcarnes@parkchurchgr.org


Lake Michigan Credit Union                   kim.wierenga@lmcu.org




Coit Creative Arts Academy                    marygeeting@sbcglobal.net
Grand Rapids Community College   -             Commons
                                     Bostwickddevries@grcc.edu
Grand Rapids Community College   -             Patios
                                     LRC/ATCddevries@grcc.edu
Grand Rapids Community College   -            Patio
                                     Heritage ddevries@grcc.edu
Grand Rapids Community College   -            ddevries@grcc.edu
                                     Sneden Hall
                             ArtPrize 2010 Hillside Neighborhood


Description
Show space will be available in the fellowship space adjacent to the santuary. The primary rooms
available are the library and Canterbury room. The Canterbury room contains a fireplace and
comfortable seating which will be arranged to allow for optimum space and viewing. The library
The Women’s City Club is a private club and offers individual and business memberships. The
Sweet House Foundation(501 c 3) was established in 2006. Its purpose is to preserve and
memorialize the history and architecture of the house where the Women's City Club resides.
Martin Sweet, the original owner of the house, was a young entrepreneur when he came to Grand
Rapids in 1846. He dreamed of a distinguished and spacious home for his family and in the early
1860’s he built his home on East Fulton. This Heritage Hill two-story Italianate Villa home
survives as one of the remaining examples of this style of architecture in the latter part of the
GrandLAN Gaming Center is downtown Grand Rapids' premiere LAN center, game shop, and comic
book store. A fixture in the Keeler Building since 2006, GrandLAN provides an entertainment
Beautiful gothic church located at the corner of Michigan and Division -next to VanAndel Institute.
 We have a very large gallery/gathering room (70' x 35') with 18 ft. ceilings and excellent
lighting. Space available for over 25 artists. Space is also available for outdoor installations.
The Main Library is located in the heart of downtown Grand Rapids and within walking distance of
area hotels, DeVos Place convention center, museums, and performing arts venues. In 2003, the
Main Library reopened after an extensive renovation that restored the original 1904 building and
the 1967 addition. Serving the City of Grand Rapids, the Main Library and 7 branches provide
books, movies, music, adult and children’s programming, computer and internet access,
Butterworth Hospital is one of four facilities that make up the Spectrum Health Medical Center in
downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan. Our rich history dates back to 1890. Over the last century,
we have grown into a regional leader in care, diagnostics, treatment, prevention and education.
And our community continues to grow as well—the Family Birthplace at Butterworth Hospitals
The Fred and Lena Meijer Heart Center opened in 2004. It has become a leader in heart care in
the region, state and nation and remains the only hospital in Grand Rapids that provides open
Spectrum Health's state-of-the-art Lemmen-Holton Cancer Pavilion delivers the region's widest,
most advanced array of outpatient cancer services-treating more than 70 percent of all new adult
cancer cases in Kent County alone. Opened in downtown Grand Rapids in 2008, this six-story,
284,000 square-foot pavilion is more than just a building. It is a hub of services, a center of
healing and a place of hope for patients and families. Designed with input from former patients
The interior lobby area of the Spectrum Theatre is available for hosting entries. 48' x 20.5'
The Gallery is an open, rectangular space with hardwood floors and excellent lighting for
displaying both two-dimensional and three-dimensional artworks. The walls are painted off-white
and work well as a clean and neutral background for artworks. The entry to the gallery is through
The Secchia Center is the new headquarters for the Michigan State University College of Human
Medicine. The venue for ArtPrize 2010 will be portions of the exterior of the building that faces
Michigan Street. This is an outdoor venue only because of on-going construction at the site and
Outdoor lawn space along College Avenue side of church property. Room for several sculptures
Organization dedicated to children and families. We celebrate childhood and the joy of learning
by providing an interactive, hands-on environment that inspires learning and self-directed
Exterior plaza area south of the Van Andel Institute main entrance, area is partially protected by
Tudor-Gothic architecture best describes this downtown church.        Art display outside only.
We have two exterior display areas on our front lawn.
St. Cecilia Music Center is the oldest arts organization in the area. Since 1971 the St. Cecilia
Building has been on the National Register of Historic Places. It is home to a first-class
performance hall, a School of Music and a Jazz and Classical concert series. The St. Cecilia
                              ArtPrize 2010 Hillside Neighborhood


53 College is a private residence built in the late 1800's on College Avenue. College Avenue is a
well traveled street in the central Heritage Hill Historic District. The potential exhibit space would
be the front yard of the house. There is a lawn space near the sidewalk and a glade of hemlock
We are a church with a large multi-purpose room, Merriam Hall. We believe this is our best option
to host art. It is space with dimensions 60'L x 40'W x 20'H. We have wall space was well as a
possibility to hang from the ceiling. We have a stage that had about 20'L x 6'W showing when the
large door is closed. At the moment the full stage is not being advertised but we are willing to
work with specific artists to help meet their needs. Also, in that vein, we are offering Merriam Hall
Lake Michigan Credit Union is a stand alone venue with frontage and large windows on Michigan
Avenue in the heart of Medical Mile and the Art Prize Venue boundaries. With two floors and wide
entry space in the lobby there is ample area and conceptual design elements waiting to be taken
Coit Creative Arts Academy is the elementary art school for the Grand Rapids Public Schools. The
original building was built in 1880 and it is the oldest working school in Michigan. In 2002 it
became an arts school. As a result families have moved into the neighborhood specifically to send
their children to Coit Creative Arts Academy. Due to this the neighborhood is more art savvy than
most others.      It is conveniently located just a few blocks from the Medical Mile and within
walking distance to downtown. (The construction of the new Coit bridge over the highway will be
Details, including floor plan and photos available at www.grcc.edu/artprize
Details, including floor plan and photos available at www.grcc.edu/artprize
Details, including floor plan and photos available at www.grcc.edu/artprize
Details, including floor plan and photos available at www.grcc.edu/artprize

								
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