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Jen Shaneberger

UIX: Michigan Creative Chambers connects the dots for filmmakers, other creatives in Grand Rapids

What's standing between creativity and economic growth? The Creative Chambers initiative is answering that question and will administer a total of $250,000 in grants over the next three years to various creative projects, including film, graphic design, and storytelling.

 Filmmaking

Despite challenges, West Michigan filmmakers pursue their passions

Despite what some might perceive as a lack of glitz, glamour, or available funding, West Michigan filmmakers are making great stuff, pursuing filmmaking in underrepresented genres like thriller and horror, and celebrating their work in a tight-knit community.

BelcherLIST

RapidChat: Jash'd Belcher on love, inspiration, a girl, a boy, and a dream.

Faith-based film 'A Girl. A Boy. A Dream.' recently made its grand debut at the Sundance Film Festival, with a little help from local film producer, Jash'd Belcher. As we aspire towards unity as a nation, "we need more love and things to inspire us to be our greatest," explains Belcher. This film sets out to enact just that.

Artboard

A celebration of the craft: Design Week in its fifth year

West Michigan Design Week is finally here. In its fifth year, this week-long event series, produced by AIGA West Michigan, celebrates the talented designers of all disciplines, inviting sought-after artists from across the country to speak, as well as local designers, to showcase their work, process, and passion.

SiTE:LAB prepares to move the house for Julie Schenkelberg’s project.

Encounters at Rumsey Street: An excerpt from SiTE:LAB's Catalog

In this essay excerpted from SiTE:LAB Rumsey Street Project 2015 + 2016, New York-based art writer and freelance curator Gregory Volk details the visceral experience of encountering SiTE:LAB for the first time during ArtPrize Eight at their "Rumsey Street Project" installation. 
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