Festival of the Arts, 1984
Height: 28 in
Width: 20 in
White festival promotional poster; sheet music with Calder sculpture, foreign flags, sun, ballet shoes, french horn, art pallette, and movie reel.
Carolee Teerman was the designer of the 1984 Grand Rapids Festival of the Arts. The Grand Rapids Festival of the Arts, commonly known as "Festival," fist began in 1970 after the 1969 installed of Alexander Calder's La Grand Vitesse sculpture. The three day festival centers around the sculpture at Calder Plaza. The festival features art from every discipline as well as a wide variety of food and music events.