Grand Rapids, Mich. - Jordan Carson gives a peek into The Legacy Trust Award Collection. It opens doors for many artists and provides a creative outlet for those with disabilities. Each year, Legacy Trust and sponsors in the business ask Michigan artists with disabilities to submit their best paintings, sculptures, photographs, drawings, collages, and other works of art to a preliminary art competition. Three winners, chosen by popular vote and by a panel of celebrity judges, receive a cash prize of $500 and sponsorship in ArtPrize.
This year, in addition to sponsoring three artists in ArtPrize, the committee has established the Lillian Perry Walker award to honor the young woman whose spirit was the spark that brought LTAC to life. For more information on how to become involved in the Legacy Trust Award Collection, log onto legacygr.com.
Celebration! Cinema is expecting big crowds Friday night, as the second installment of the Hobbit movies hits theaters. "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug", opens Friday, December 13th.
Students at Forest Hills Central have worked together for years to raise money for Van Andel Institute.
Gail keeps you in the know on what is going on in the latest family law issue of whether a father can gain custody over a fetus and therefore limit the liberty of the mom before the baby is born.