Tyler Howe knows he isn't the best musician in the world, or even in his hometown of Grand Rapids, Mich. He said he isn't anything "crazy special," just average, but he thinks he has something other talented musicians lack - the drive to network.
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Black-and-white photos depicting a rare history of Saudi Arabia are now on display at the Red Wall Gallery on Grand Valley State University's Allendale Campus.
A large collection of artwork by some of America's most celebrated artists on loan from the Muskegon Museum of Art is now on display at the Grand Valley State University Art Gallery, located at 1121 Performing Arts Center.
Assistant writing professors Caitlin Horrocks, Amorak Huey and Oindrila Mukherjee were chosen for this year's faculty reading.
Grand Valley State University students, faculty, staff and community members are getting gutsy in the Women's Center presentation of "That Take Ovaries!: Bold Women, Brazen Acts," a play about brave women and their courageous actions.
Grand Valley State University students take on activism in a creative way with the play "That Take Ovaries!: Bold Women, Brazen Acts," which debuts tonight.
Grand Valley Classics Department professor and co-founder Diane Rayor was selected to lead a series of events at the Grand Rapids Public Library, including a lecture on Feb. 22 at 7 p.m.
This week, in the span of more than 40 hours worth of workshops, Grand Valley State University alumnus and playwright Max Bush worked to further develop his play "An Identified Enemy" with a selected group of students.
The Black History Month program at Grand Valley State University will continue tomorrow with the performance “Real. Soulful. Music.,” featuring a mixture of jazz, R&B, neo-soul and blues music by the local band SOULTRY.
They are the only U.S. theater group invited by the Department of the Interior's National Park Service, who also funded the travel through a $20,000 grant, to perform at the festival.
HipHop seemed easy before the guys of 61Syx Teknique were doing it.
Tickets are now on sale at the 20/20 Information Desk in the Kirkhof Center on Grand Valley State University's Allendale Campus for this year's spring concert, featuring up-and-coming country artist Justin Moore with local guests The Kari Lynch Band on April 12 to the Fieldhouse Arena.
GVSU Spanish professor Jason Yancey and theater professor James Bell worked to translate the play from its original Spanish composition into the first English adaptation.
For a play that’s more than 400 years old and with a lead actress that is new to the theatre stage, the production of "Antona Garcia" conjures up more than just a good show – it provides romance, sympathy and of course many good laughs.
Do a Google search on "Antona Garcia," and the first result will be from the Grand Valley State University theater department - and for good reason.
Abstract artist Todd Chilton wants students to understand what it’s like to be a professional artist.
For 12 Grand Valley State University graphic design students, Friday's REACT senior show means more than just using the skills they learned in class to make a good project - it's a new experience that lets them show all of Grand Rapids their unique design styles.
The reception, beginning at 5 p.m., gives viewers a chance to talk with the photographers about their individual, unique pieces.
Just about every stereotypical sex joke a woman comedian can make – Amy Schumer does. But last night outside of Kirkhof near Zumberge pond, her jokes all seemed to be tailor-made for Grand Valley State University students while Schumer poked fun at every race, religion and social status – leaving no controversial rock unturned.
Tickets for the Grand Valley State University homecoming concert featuring rock bands, Mayday Parade and The Maine are now on sale at the 20/20 Desk inside the Kirkhof Center on the Allendale Campus.
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