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What does GRAM stand for?

GRAM stands for Grand Rapids Art Museum (Grand Rapids, MI)


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DeVos Center, Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences, Grand Rapids Downtown Market, Hope Lodge, Beacon Hill, Grand Rapids Community Foundation, Kent County Recycling Center, Kent County Human Services Complex, Grand Rapids Ballet, Grand Rapids Art Museum (first Gold certified LEED art museum in the nation), as well as over 20,000 beds of student housing.
The 2010 Art Van Santa Parade presented by the Grand Rapids Jaycees is sponsored by: Art Van Furniture, 1-800-HANSONS, WOOD-TV, Citadel Broadcasting, ITC Holdings, Seyfert PR, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Varnum Law, Victory Sign & Graphics, Brian Nylaan Dental, Clark Communications, Covenant Village of the Great Lakes, Goodwill Industries, Appletree Christian Learning Center, and the Grand Rapids Art Museum SOURCE The Grand Rapids Jaycees
19 /PRNewswire/ -- The Grand Rapids Art Museum will host Diana - A Celebration, an award-winning exhibition showcasing the life and humanitarian work of one of the 20th century's most remarkable women, from Nov.
Paul Getty Museum Grand Rapids Art Museum Guggenheim Museum Hammer Museum Harvard Art Museum Harn Museum of Art Henry Art Gallery Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum Japan Society Gallery Jewish Museum Kimbell Art Museum Madison Museum of Contemporary Art Meadows Museum, SMU Metropolitan Museum of Art Miami Art Museum Michael C.
Seven exhibition centers -- hosted by regional institutions like the Grand Rapids Art Museum, Frederik Meijer Sculpture Park and The Urban Institute for Contemporary Art -- will be large venues offering visitors a beginning point where they can register to vote, visit an ArtPrize store and venture into the neighborhood's other venues.