Pamela Alderman's "Hometown Hero" honors the memory of Army Spc. Eric T. Burri. Burri was 21 years old when he gave his life in 2005 while serving in Bagdad.
Visitors to the ArtPrize Seven entry are invited to interact by writing the name of their personal hero on the flag.
Julie Green's "The Last Supper" is at Kendall College of Art and Design/Fed Galleries @ KCAD for ArtPrize Seven.
The entry shows plates with paintings of death row inmates' last meal requests.
With 1,550 entries at over 160 venues, it's nearly impossible to see everything at ArtPrize Seven.
We'll help you discover more of the artists and entries at ArtPrize with a closer look at venues throughout the event.
Take a look inside (106) Gallery and Harris Building at ArtPrize Seven.
Fred Cogelow's "Greatest Generation/Beta Team/November" at Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum has advanced to the Public Vote Final Round at ArtPrize Seven.
Cogelow explains how he got into wood carving and what the art form means to him.
‘T-Rex', the story of Flint-native and Olympic Gold Medalist Claressa “T-Rex” Shields will play for free on Saturday, October 3 at ArtPrize Seven.
Seats will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis at Michigan House at 40 Pearl Street NW.
Take one step into First (Park) Congregational at ArtPrize Seven and Jim Triezenberg's "Dino-Zar" will have a smile on your face.
The bicycle has been 30 years in the making. It includes dozens of gadgets and moving parts, a geiger counter, running water, refrigerator and more.
When you visit ArtPrize as a family, minimizing walking and avoiding crowds takes on a new importance.
First (Park) Congregational at 10 E Park Place NE provides a good starting point. More importantly, the venue has a lot of entries that will grab the interest of kids.
The ArtPrize Seven Jurors' Shortlists were revealed on Monday. The five finalists for Outstanding Venue contained a few regulars. SiTE:LAB, UICA and Kendall College have all been finalists before.
The list also contained a couple of surprises with newcomers Processing Fiber at 250 Monroe and Spiral.
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Take a walk along the Grand River at Sixth Street Bridge Park during ArtPrize and one entry is sure to grab your eye, Copy Culture's "Minimalist Division".
"Minimalist Division" is a large mirrored cube which allows visitors to walk inside.