1. bobby + andrea | wedding hilite

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    www.bradleyproductions.com Music: "Let Us Love" by Needtobreathe, licensed with www.themusicbed.com

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    • A Shrine for Victims of Gun Violence

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      • ArtPrize 2012 Venue Short List

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        Tom Eccles, executive director of the College of Curatorial Studies at Bard College, selected five ArtPrize venues from a list of 161 for his juried short list of venues. The award is given to the venue's curator. • Calvin College, 106 Gallery, 106 S. Division Ave., Heartside Neighborhood. • [Fashion Has Heart], 144 E. Fulton St., Heartside Neighborhood. • Fountain Street Church, 24 Fountain St. NE, Hillside Neighborhood. • Site:Lab@54 Jefferson, 54 Jefferson St. NE, Heartside Neighborhood. • Take Hold Church, 222 S. Division Ave., Heartside Neighborhood. The ArtPrize® event is a radically open international art exhibition and social experiment. Since 2009, it has redefined how art can create community. It brings together an unprecedented conversation between people of all backgrounds and a critical dialog between the art world and the general public. Through a mix of public vote and juried prizes it distributes $560,000 in awards--the world's largest.

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        • ArtPrize 2012 Two-Dimensional Short List

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          Tyler Green, editor of Modern Art Notes and columnist for Modern Painters, selected five ArtPrize installations from a list of 1,517 for his short list of two-dimensional work. • “Disabilities and Sexuality” by Robert Coombs of Grand Rapids, Mich., Fountain Street Church • “East View 1” by Conor Foy of New York City, Pub 43 • “Habitat” by Alois Kronschlaeger of New York City, Site:Lab • “Identity Process Kings Queens” by Lora Robertson of Grand Rapids, Mich., Fountain Street Church. • “Father’s Fathers” by Gudmundur Thoroddsen of Reykjavik, Iceland, Site:Lab The ArtPrize® event is a radically open international art exhibition and social experiment. Since 2009, it has redefined how art can create community. It brings together an unprecedented conversation between people of all backgrounds and a critical dialog between the art world and the general public. Through a mix of public vote and juried prizes it distributes $560,000 in awards--the world's largest.

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          • Gimme Shelter 2011 - John Peterson on "Design as a Tool for Social Change" - April 8, 2011

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            This is a story in potent creative thinking - one that starts from the simplest beginnings, helping a neighborhood and one non-profit organization, and quickly leads to a nationwide movement where thousands of designers are now helping groups in need. If you like seeing smart innovative problem-solving that will inspire you, WATCH THIS. And you may ask yourself, what else can we achieve with 1%? This keynote address by John Peterson (bio below) is from this year's GIMME SHELTER, a symposium on human shelter and sustainability held in Grand Rapids, Michigan at Fountain Street Church. GIMME SHELTER is a presentation of the Duncan Littlefair Great Speakers. www.sheltergr.com www.sheltergr.org +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ John Peterson is the founder of Public Architecture and source of the 1% program, encouraging architects and designers to devote one percent of their time to pro bono work. Public Architecture puts the resources of architecture in the service of the public interest. They identify and solve practical problems of human interaction in the built environment and act as a catalyst for public discourse through education, advocacy and the design of public spaces and amenities. Begun in 2005, the program dubbed the 1% Solution aims at getting architectural firms to contribute one percent of their billable hours annually to socially responsible initiatives. In other words, making it standard practice to allocate time and staff to do the right thing. The program uses a database of non-profits with specific needs to let design firms see where there talents and time can be best used.

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