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Juried Student Show Runs Through Friday, Dec. 14

Posted November 28, 2001

HOLLAND -- The gallery of the De Pree Art Center will feature its annual Juried Student Show from Friday, Nov. 30, through Friday, Dec. 14.

There will be an opening reception on Friday, Nov. 30, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served.

The public is invited to both the exhibition and the opening reception. Admission is free.

All Hope College students were eligible to submit work in any media. The exhibition was juried by Hope Palmer, an artist and educator, and Dirk Bakker, the chief photographer at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Works range from traditional media such as drawing, photography and painting to multimedia sculptural installations featuring a full-scale fiberglass canoe.

Also featured in the Corridor Gallery is an exhibition of works not selected by the jurors. The corridor exhibition was developed by art history students inspired by the "Salon des RefusÚs," an exhibition held in Paris in 1863 of work by Impressionist artists rejected by the traditional Academy.

Hope College students included in the Juried Student Show are: senior John J. Andersen of Hamilton; junior Arianna L. Baker of Wheaton, Ill.; junior Jen Barrett of Findlay, Ohio; junior Cheri Cecil of Haslett; sophomore Jill DeVries of Zeeland; freshman Rick Edwards of West Olive; junior Matt Evearitt of Ada; senior Rachel K.R. Gazda of Charlotte, N.C.; senior Chad Gibbie of Fremont; senior Steve Haulenbeek of Kalamazoo; senior Amy Kazmarski of Midland; senior Anna Kohls of Shawano, Wis.; and senior Cassie Krause of East Jordan.

Also: senior Amy Leyrer of Grand Haven; junior Monique Murray of Hudsonville; Nancy Nicodemus, a retired member of the English faculty enrolled at Hope; senior Carrie Ouzts of Lawrence; senior Erin Selmer of Seymour, Wis.; freshman Abby TeGrotenhuis of Greencastle, Ind.; Naomi Tsukamoto, a 1996 graduate re-enrolled at Hope; senior Andrew D. Vanover of Holland; and senior Sara Wassenaar of Holland.

The De Pree Art Center is located on Columbia Avenue at 12th Street. 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.

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