De Pree Art Center Features Student
Work in "Juried Student Show"
Posted November 30, 2000
HOLLAND -- The gallery of the De Pree Art Center
will feature its annual Juried Student Show from Friday,
Dec. 1, through Friday, Dec. 15.
There will be an opening reception on Friday, Dec.
1, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
The public is invited to both the reception and
the exhibition. Admission is free.
All Hope College students were eligible to submit
work in any media. The exhibition was juried by Paul
Wittenbraker, assistant professor of foundations and fine
art at Grand Valley State University. Works by 31 students
are included, and range from traditional media, such as
drawing, photography and painting, to multimedia sculptural
installations featuring amplifiers and hissing cockroaches.
Hope College students with work included in the
Juried Student Show are: senior Lara Alderman of Maple
City; junior John J. Andersen of Hamilton; junior Jenna
Anderson of Cincinnati, Ohio; sophomore Arianna L. Baker of
Wheaton, Ill.; junior D.J. Blake of Gaylord; senior Letty
Bowling of Byron Center; junior Andrew Brosseit of Lawton;
junior Jennifer Chalifoux of Fort Wayne, Ind.; senior Katie
Cramer of Delano, Minn.; junior Tana Vivian Ferguson of
Grass Valley, Calif.
Also: sophomore Lindsay Lee Hall of Frankfort,
Ind.; junior Steve Haulenbeek of Kalamazoo; Steven
Iannacone, a special student from Holland; junior Jennifer
Joubran of Traverse City; sophomore Nathan Klay of Holland;
junior Cassie Krause of East Jordan; junior Casey McMahon of
Fennville; junior Kristin McMillen of Kalamazoo; senior Mike
Messink of Ann Arbor; senior Janel Miller of Holland; Nancy
Nicodemus, a special student from Holland.
And: senior Carrie Ouzts of Lawrence; sophomore
Matt Parker of Ann Arbor; junior Eron Powers of Brighton;
freshman Craig Preston of Holland; senior Jonathan Shirilla
of Petoskey; junior Craig Tommola of Saugerties, N.Y.;
senior Noah Tucker of Columbia City, Tenn.; sophomore Monica
Van Denend of Durham, N.C.; senior Katie Wierenga of
Hopkins; and senior Brian Wondergem of Johnson City, Tenn.
The De Pree Art Center is located at 12th Street
and Columbia Avenue. Regular gallery hours are Monday-
Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. to
5 p.m. The gallery is handicapped accessible.