Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts LiveCam

Construction has begun on the 64,000-square-foot Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts which is being built along Columbia Avenue between 9th and 10th streets.

 

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About the Project

Hope College has a rich tradition in the arts, and its students and faculty members in these disciplines deserve a facility equal to their talents. Hope students and the Holland and West Michigan communities will be well served through the Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts. An acoustically superior concert hall and adjacent music department building will be added to the campus and will include two performance venues, classrooms, practice rooms, faculty studios and office space for the department of music.

The building is a significant component of the college’s $175 million comprehensive campaign, “A Greater Hope”, now nearing completion. It was inspired by an initial lead gift to the campaign from Richard and Helen DeVos and brought to fruition by a major gift from alumnus Jack H. Miller, Class of 1954.