GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - When ArtPrize is over, there are still special opportunities to see amazing art at the Grand Rapids Art Museum. GRAM Director Dana Friis-Hansen shares some events that you will not want to miss. From toasting the ArtPrize winners to the opening of the Real/Surreal event, your carving for creativity and appreciation of artistic talent can always be satisfied at the GRAM. The Real/Surreal exhibition includes sixty paintings, drawings, photos and prints organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art New York. It will be available to see until January 13, 2013.
ArtPrize at GRAM: Toast the Winners
Grand Rapids Art Museum member benefit event
October 5, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Must RSVP: 616-831-2911
October 19 - January 13
Docent-led tours every second Saturday through January and Sunday, October 21
Meet in lobby
Tours begin at 1 p.m.
Members Preview & Public After-Party
Museum is open until midnight
Members: free, non-members: $5
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