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UICA members receive half-priced movie tickets, free gallery admission and discounts at local retailers and restaurants.


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$4
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2 Fulton West
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
616-454-7000
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12–9pm
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UICA exhibits work from regional, national and international artists, and hosts  dynamic events including concerts, artist markets, and other special events that build Grand Rapids' creative community. UICA’s movie theater shows independent movies, foreign films, and documentaries six days a week.

US IS THEM is a powerful exhibition of works by 42 international artists who confront issues of politics, religion, and racism. The exhibition presents more than 50 individual contemporary artworks across a diverse range of media including painting, sculpture, photography, and video.

⟶ Now on View: Jan 27, 2017 – May 14, 2017.

⟶ About UICA

The Shop at UICA carries unique, handmade home goods, jewelry, paintings, prints and sculpture, as well as art and design books and letterpress items. Photography by James Lacroix for UICA.

⟶ The Shop at UICA

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Now screening: The 2017 Oscar nominees for short film in the live-action, documentary, and animation categories.

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Members receive half-priced movie tickets ($4), free gallery admission, and a 10% discount at the UICA Gift Shop.

⟶ About Membership

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Here + Now, a series of solo exhibitions, performances and community events curated by UICA Exhibitions Curator, Heather Duffy extends the opportunity presented by US IS THEM to emerging and mid-career African American visual artists, spoken word artists, curators, and performance artists. Here + Now includes newly created solo shows and a guest-curated group exhibition, as well as community events and educational programs.

Now on View: Jan 27 – Mar 31, 2017