GRAND RAPIDS - Over 70 works by students and faculty at Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University have been selected for display in the public areas of the Lansing residence of Michigan Governor, Jennifer Granholm, and her family. In support of Michigan arts and artists, the state partners with an organization to loan artworks for one year. Previous organizations invited to display artwork have included the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art and the Detroit Artists Market.For the complete article, visit:
"This is the first year that Kendall, as an individual organization, has been selected," stated Kendall's Director of Exhibitions, Sarah Joseph. "In the past, some students and faculty have been selected as part of another organization, but this year all the work will be from Kendall."