Walk This Way To Challenge Borders

The project, “Challenging Borders: Displaced People,” has much it wants to teach you about people who have been displaced due to immigration, climate change, the refugee crisis, and mass incarceration. And the disciplines of art and English and science and psychology and communication all converged to do so, crossing interdisciplinary boundaries in order to challenge you about the ways you view borders — domestic or international — and the people who are affected by them.

From Hate to Hope: The Art of Resilience

From the diametric opposites of hate to hope, the first exhibit in the DePree Art Gallery on Hope’s campus has opened the academic year with a continued, much-needed discussion about race in America. Hateful Things|Resilience provides plenty of opportunity to consider our country’s regrettable past and present in regard to race relations but also to move onto an expectant future.