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


Gallery Admission Film Admission
Members
Adults
Under Five
Free
$5
Free
Members
Public
$4
$8
Location Hours
2 Fulton West
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
616-454-7000
Tues-Sat
Sun
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12–9pm
12–6pm
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UICA is closed on University Holidays

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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.

UNLOADED explores the historical and social issues surrounding the availability, use and impact of guns on culture and public health.

Highlights include Mel Chin’s "Cross for the Unforgiven," a Maltese cross made out of eight AK-47s. Calling the AK-47 a new international symbol of resistance to the West, Chin has fashioned the gun barrel tips, formerly deadly implements, into a bent and sealed likeness of the international symbol whose points represent the eight Beatitudes prescribed in the Sermon on the Mount.

⟶ UNLOADED, Mar 26—May 15

⟶ About UICA

"City of Gold transcends its modest methods because it connects Mr. Gold’s appealing personality with a passionate argument about the civic culture of Los Angeles and the place of food within it." —A.O. Scott, New York Times

⟶ City of Gold, Apr 22–May 5

"To watch a movie by the extraordinary French filmmaker Arnaud Desplechin is to know what it’s like to be old inside a young person’s body, or the other way around." —Stephanie Zacharek, Time

⟶ My Golden Days, Apr 15–28

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

⟶ About Membership

Color of the Year is a group exhibition of original art works each utilizing the 2016 PANTONE® Color of the Year as a major component of execution, and as a point of departure.The show recognizes the influence that fine art has on color use in the realms of fashion, beauty, interiors, graphic design, and industrial design. Color of the Year leads viewers on a journey from inspiration to realization with work by local, national, and international artists.

Color of the Year, Apr 9—Jul 31