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UICA Offers Free Gallery Admission During Shutdown for Affected Federal Employees and Contractors

Posted January 25, 2019 in UICA

KCAD's Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (UICA) is offering free gallery admission for federal employees and contractors affected by the partial government shutdown. Excepted, Non-Excepted/furloughed, and contract employees who are unable to report to work are welcome to visit the UICA for free during regular hours for the duration of the shutdown. The free gallery admission applies to an employee and up to four family members.

Federal employee visitors will be asked to show an employee ID for confirmation.

Miranda Krajniak, UICA’s Executive Director, said, “With more than 5,000 Michigan workers affected by the shutdown, we hope that the UICA can serve these people in some small way, and show our gratitude for how they serve us all every day. We look forward to welcoming them and their families into the galleries.”

UICA is open Tuesday - Saturday from 12 pm - 9 pm, and Sundays from 12 pm - 6 pm.

Location: 2 Fulton St. W
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

For questions about UICA or for more information on this free admission policy, please contact:
[email protected]