A Decade at the The Grand Rapids Art Museum

. March 31, 2019.

The Grand Rapids Art Museum closes out a yearlong celebration of the Museum’s first decade at 101 Monroe Center with an exhibition featuring works of art and design acquired through gift and purchase in commemoration of this auspicious anniversary. A docent guide will share insight into these amazing works of art as well as how the museum collects and cares for the artwork in the collection. The exhibition spans all of GRAM’s collections, from 19th century paintings to contemporary art, mid-century modern furniture to vintage photography, and rare Renaissance engravings to historical design objects. Nearly half of the works in the exhibition are on public view for the first time. Drop-in tours, free with admission, begin in the Museum’s main lobby. No registration required.

Drop-in tour of A Decade at the Center on April 2, 1-2pm. $10. Open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm.
101 Monroe Center, Grand Rapids.

616-831-1000 | artmuseumgr.org

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