The winner of ArtPrize Nine was back in Grand Rapids Wednesday for the 10th art competition, but his piece didn't come with him.
While ArtPrize attracts people of all ages to Grand Rapids every year, kids don’t always enjoy the same kind of art as everyone else.
A steam-powered train whistle sounded at noon Wednesday to usher in the competition, which is featuring more than 1,200 entries.
For the eighth consecutive year, WOOD TV8 is featuring local nonprofit groups on Daybreak at the Media Arts Center during ArtPrize.
If you plan on visiting downtown Grand Rapids during ArtPrize 10, a lot has changed when it comes to parking in the city.
One ArtPrize 10 entry hopes to be a creative way to get guys talking about something typically don't: their health.
ArtPrize 10 officially begins Wednesday, but art that’s bound to captivate your senses is already popping up in and around the Grand River.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport isn’t a traditional ArtPrize venue, but officials are excited to get back in the action this year.
As a children’s book creator, Aaron Zenz knows kids and monsters. He thinks combining them is the perfect recipe for ArtPrize 10.
If you visit Grand Rapids for ArtPrize, you'll see plenty of artwork, but you'll also find something else: road construction.
The crowds will soon be filing in to downtown Grand Rapids and the artists will set up for ArtPrize 10 when it kicks off Sept. 19.
An artist born without the ability to draw with her hands created an ArtPrize piece addressing stereotypes of people with a disability.