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Year in Review: Top features #5

GVL / Marissa Dillon Harris Building- People admire Robert Shangle as a living statue

Year in Review: Top features #5


DAVID SPECHT | 04/19/15 6:19pm

Boasting an attendance rate of over 300,000, ArtPrize is anything but a secret. Within ArtPrize, however, rest a few venues that could be considered the hidden gems of the festival. One of these often-overlooked locations is the recently renovated Harris Building, which sits just a few blocks south of the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts.


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Year in Review: Top features #2

Year in Review: Top features #2

In the early morning hours on Oct. 9, the Spotlight Productions crew at Grand Valley State University began preparing for the arrival of the Wayans brothers, Marlon and Shawn. The students under the direction of Spotlight president Amy Hallochak set up seating for 3,200 people, transformed the GVSU Fieldhouse Arena with a stage and prepared organic chicken at the request of the comedians.

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Year in Review: Top features #1

Year in Review: Top features #1

As Hoodie Allen prepared for his show on April 9 at GVSU, he spent time responding to tweets and taking pictures with fans who began lining up at 11:30 a.m. for his 8 p.m. show.

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Open for interpretation

Open for interpretation

This weekend, GVSU senior dance majors will showcase their individual journeys in this semester’s senior dance concert. 

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Dancing for donations

Dancing for donations

This semester, the GVSU Dance Troupe paired with Kids’ Food Basket to collect various items.

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Traveling theater troupe opens auditions

Traveling theater troupe opens auditions

GVSU’s Shakespeare Festival traveling troupe Bard To Go (BTG) is calling all students with high energy, focus and passion for theater life. Auditions for the 2015 season begin March 31.

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