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      Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts - Reopening July 15, 2021

      Reopening in new location at 17 Pearl St. NW in downtown Grand Rapids on July 15, 2021.

      About the UICA

      Michigan’s largest multidisciplinary contemporary arts center – known as UICA to locals – UICA presents innovative art, events, and educational programs that represent our world today. Their programs foster belonging by sharing perspectives that grow an equitable, thriving culture and community.

      UICA exhibits contemporary artwork from regional, national and international artists throughout the year. They host a range of events including docent-led tours, performance art, artist receptions, and gallery talks, and is an auxiliary enterprise within Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University.
       
      The UICA recently relocated into the Woodbridge N. Ferris Building, a former federal building, which also houses classrooms and offices for the Kendall College of Art and Design, located at 17 Pearl St. NW in downtown Grand Rapids. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

      Gift Shop

      shopUICA is a collaborative space and store open to the community and designed for artists, designers, students, and entrepreneurs to get inspired, stock-up on tools of the trade, and find gifts and unique wares.

      They carry handmade home goods, art and design books, artwork by local and regional artists and designers, and a selection of art supplies.

      Annual Events

      ArtPrize® Exhibition – September-October
      Holiday Artists’ Market – December

      Accessibility

      • Family Restrooms:
      • Wheelchairs:
      • Accessible Parking:
      • Accessible Restrooms:
      • Braille Printed Materials:
      • Signs with Braille:
      • Quiet Room:
      • Automatic Doors:
      • Large Print Materials:
      • Getting Around: The routes through the venue are wide and level. There is a long ramp that runs along the Fulton Street side of the venue that connects the east and west sections of the facility.

        There is an elevator that provides access to all floors.
      • Parking: The Gallery Ramp at 8 Commerce Avenue SW. — 0.01 miles from the venue
      • Sensory: The venue is well lit.
      • Entrance: The Fulton Street entrance has a revolving door, and powered door with push button. The entrance is flush with the sidewalks.
      • Seating: There is chair, bench and table seating available.
      • Restrooms: There are Men’s and Women’s multi-user style restrooms present on all floors of the venue. These restrooms have at least one accessible stall.
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      Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts

      The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts builds creative community by fostering new forms of...

      • Neighborhood: Downtown
      • 17 Pearl St NW
      • Interests: art-&-culture, family
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      shopUICA

      shopUICA is a collaborative space and store open to the community and designed for artists,...

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