In 1946, the Taller de Grafica Popular (People’s Graphic Workshop) in Mexico City published a portfolio titled Mexican People that consisted of twelve lithographic prints by ten different artists depicting scenes of Mexican working life. The purpose of the portfolio was to help Americans better understand the peoples and cultures of Mexico as both countries […]
Hope theatre major Katrina Dykstra ’19 lived and learned, worked and thrived in the GLCA New York Arts Semester last fall.
Like her classmates in the class of 2019, Brianne Derfiny is at the cusp of transforming from a student into a practicing artist. With that comes the essential question: how to I develop habits of artistic practice that will keep me making art after Hope College?
The annual juried art show opened in the DePree Gallery on Monday, November 19th. Twenty-eight students have work in the show, including painting, sculpture, works on paper, textiles, new media, and installation art. This year the guest juror is Patrick Earl Hammie, a professor of art at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champlain. People may wonder […]
How is art relevant to calculus and calculus relevant to art? Every semester for the past two years, Dr. Stephanie Edwards, professor of mathematics and chairperson of the department, has been bringing her Calculus I and II classes to the Kruizenga Art Museum to consider exactly these questions. To answer the first question — how […]
*Editor’s note: The Department of Theatre at Hope College will present “Into the Woods” on Wednesday-Saturday, Nov. 14-17, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at the Events and Conferences Office and at the door on performance nights. — My life has always been marked by the productions that I have designed. I know exactly what I […]
The exhibition, Living Tradition: Contemporary Ethiopian Christian Art at the Kruizenga Art Museum until Saturday, December 15, would never have happened without critical contributions from four current and former Hope College students.