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Brother Wolf, the elusive multi-instrumentalist from Michigan, announces the third video from the album After Fear. As the track escalates toward its climax, the visuals shift dramatically—from muted sepia-toned nature scenes to a vibrant, psychedelic collage of imagery by visual artist Emily Hromi...

ShoutoutMichigan is built on recommendations and shoutouts from the community, uncovering hidden gems and people who deserve recognition...

The Grand Rapids Public Museum is bringing back its popular Concerts under the Stars series this month. The after-hours series highlights local musicians and artists through unique performances. During shows, musicians perform their set on the planetarium dome accompanied by visual arts...

In recent months, we asked CIA alumni to tell us about their best internship experiences and recount their first impressions of CIA. We enjoyed reading such warm memories...

Dan Rickabus is one of those starry bright humans, twinkling infectious energy towards anyone who is lucky enough to experience his generous spirit. That surely translates through his music and on stage performances with his many collaborators. I recently had the chance to talk with Dan about his debut, solo album "Void / Journal," The Crane Wives, other exciting collaborations, and his upcoming concert at the Grand Rapids Museum's Planetarium...

Producer Joe takes his roving microphone to the Planetarium. Hear what's happening in the skies in our own back yard.

A planetarium light show set to the music of Pink Floyd has been playing at the Grand Rapids Public Museum, 272 Pearl St. NW, since the late 1970s. But it's never looked like this...

Each year we open our annual meeting with a visual celebration of artist and scientist collaborations. The power of visual storytelling to illuminate medical discoveries and empower patient health—this is what the AMI Salon Exhibit is all about. Listed below are the winning entries by category...

On Thursday, October 3 we will host a wine and cheese reception at the Dittrick to celebrate the completion of phase 1 of our main gallery renovation featuring the history of childbirth...

The Grand Rapids Public Museum has announced the return of its immersive full-dome concert experience highlighting local musicians and visual artists...

We caught up with the brilliant and insightful Emily Hromi a few weeks ago and have shared our conversation below...

With new computers, robotic equipment, a 3D printer, and cabinets full of gadgets for hands-on experiments, Bunker Elementary School’s new STEAM lab has students fully engaged in learning...

Today we’d like to introduce you to Emily Hromi...

Greenville native artist Natalie G’NAT Wetzel and her studio mate, photographer Mark Andrus, have been very busy. Together, they operate the multidisciplinary create space, The Moon, in Grand Rapids, Michigan and are in post production on a number of film projects...

Artist Natalie Wetzel said she always felt like an alien growing up, but she’s stepped out onto Planet Earth to find that it might very well be her world after all...

People of all ages across Grand Rapids and the state turned their eyes toward the sky Thursday evening to catch a glimpse of the partial solar eclipse promised...

Hromi's project turns personal experience into a powerful learning tool...

Two CIA biomedical majors drew honors at this summer’s National Association of Medical Illustrators Conference in Toronto. Recent graduate Stephen Buehrer (’12) and incoming junior Emily Hromi (’14) won awards of merit competing against projects done by masters-level medical illustrators from John’s Hopkins University, the University of Toronto, the Medical College of Georgia and other highly competitive programs...

Emily Hromi and some other Eastown Streetfair vendors were featured on the cover of Eastown Access vol. LII #3.

Artist Interview on the LRCFA Blog.

Grand Rapids has a thriving community of artists! Among them are a group of creatives who want to turn their passions into careers. Little Space Studio, located in Downtown GR, provides these artisans with the tools that they need to become successful small business owners...

We recently connected with Emily Hromi and have shared our conversation below...

The August 21 solar eclipse is a big astronomical deal. Grand Rapids residents deciding to stay in town will see about 85% of the sun eclipsed by the moon. Whether you're attending the Grand Rapids Public Museum's special Eclipse Party or crafting your own pinhole camera, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity you don't want to miss...

The “really magical” series at the Grand Rapids Public Museum’s Roger B. Chaffee Planetarium launches in January with Joshua Tree & Nate Eizenga, followed by Janga, Mishigami and Emma Loo & Sam...

CIA seniors pour themselves into their capstone projects: their bachelor of fine arts (BFA) thesis exhibitions. The week of May 5, 2014, all seniors will present (and defend) their exhibitions before their thesis committees...

Most translators are language specialists. They change ancient Greek into English, or English into Mandarin, or speech into American Sign Language. Emily Hromi and Erika Woodrum are translators, too, but of a very different kind...

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