Items Tagged with 'Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park'

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What difference does a year make? Ask the GRBJ Newsmakers

December 22, 2017
Grand Rapids Business Journal has published well more than 2,500 stories in 2017, each focused on reporting in more than 30 business sectors, all of them local and regional. Read More

Meijer Gardens opens Rodin exhibit for ArtPrize

September 19, 2017
An exhibit featuring works by Rodin and 17 contemporary figurative sculptors has opened at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park as part of ArtPrize. Read More

Local businesses strike Pokémon gold

Game blending digital and real worlds comes with promise — and pitfalls.

July 22, 2016
Pokémon Go? Yes, as a business community we have to talk about it, because — well, believe it or not, it’s making local businesses money. Read More

A love story earns top Newsmaker honors

Fred and Lena Meijer’s vision makes West Michigan a destination.

January 29, 2016
Standing before a sold-out audience on the very site being honored, David Hooker told a love story. Read More

Meijer Gardens produces chrysanthemum exhibit

September 25, 2015
One flower is taking over Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. Read More

Meijer Gardens secures place in global arts scene during 20th year

Japanese garden and one-of-a-kind installations lead to record attendance.

September 18, 2015
The 20th anniversary season of Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park has seen it all — and so have more than 720,000 visitors. Read More

Meijer Gardens produces all-Japanese exhibit for ArtPrize

September 16, 2015
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park will be the first "all-national" venue in ArtPrize history. Read More

Meijer Gardens acquires sculpture by Korean artist

August 27, 2015
A major sculpture work has found a home in Grand Rapids. Read More

Meijer Gardens opens Richard & Helen DeVos Japanese Garden

June 12, 2015
One of Fred Meijer’s final wishes has come to life. Read More

EPIC finalists earn distinction, honors

When representatives from 20 businesses gather to celebrate West Michigan’s entrepreneurial, progressive, innovative and collaborative efforts, the results should be EPIC. Read More