Jul 14, 2017

We talk about Cultured.GR, arts journalism in our community. Holly Bechiri is our guest today.

Arts and Access Forum

Jul 11, 2017
Disability Advocates and DisArt

Arts and Access Forum, a monthly discussion about the vibrant life of the disabled in West Michigan. Today, Christine Morse, Jackson Botsford and Katie Poter join us to talk about the latest happenings at Disability Advocates of KC.

Hastings Live

Jun 14, 2017

The City of Hastings and Thornapple Arts Council announce the Hastings Live! Summer Series, a 50 performance series taking place throughout downtown from June to September. We discuss with Sara Lien Edelman.

Howmet Playhouse

North Shore Arts Corridor, a spotlight on the arts in our northern-most listening area. Today we discuss Michigan Heritage Park and the Howmet Playhouse.  Beth Beamon and guests join us.

The Art of Rube Goldberg exhibit is open at the Grand Rapids Art Museum through August 27, 2017. GRAM says the exhibition is "Marking the first comprehensive retrospective exhibition of Goldberg's work since 1970."

Ron Platt is Chief Curator at the GRAM explaining how all the moving pieces in Goldberg's mind and drawing work.

The Art of Rube Goldberg opened this past weekend at the Grand Rapids Art Museum. WGVU stopped in for a preview.

Rube Goldberg was a beloved 20th Century cartoonist and inventor.

All About Holland

May 15, 2017
Holland Area Arts Council

All About Holland, guests in studio to discuss the arts in Holland. Today, the Holland Area Arts Council's Lorma Freestone and author Colette Finney  are here to discuss the Avenue Banner project and more.

Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park annually generates more than $75 million in Kent County. WGVU breaks down the economic impact study with one of its authors from Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business.

Avenue for the Arts

Apr 24, 2017
Avenue for the Arts

Justin MacAuley and Virginia Anzengruber discuss Snowball Studios, Avenue for the Arts, and an upcoming workshop about podcasts.

ArtPrize /

An international art competition in western Michigan has announced that it's changing its voting structure as it gears up for its ninth year.

ArtPrize held its annual Premiere Event on Thursday to prepare for ArtPrize Nine's Sept. 20 kickoff.

Jaenell Woods, the organization's communications manager, says voting is done in two rounds.

The first narrows the entries down to 20 chosen by the public and 20 by an expert jury.