/ Kruizenga Art Museum

Exhibitions

Currently on display 

the golden age of dutch delftware

Selections from the Jack E. Lapp Collection
June 3–August 6, 2022

The Golden Age of Dutch Delftware: Selections from the Jack E. Lapp Collection features a selection of historical and early modern Delftware ceramics drawn from the collection of Hudsonville resident Jack E. Lapp. Formed over a period of 40 years, the Lapp Collection includes more than 250 examples of Dutch Delftware spanning four centuries of production and representing a broad assortment of forms and designs.

Image: Dish with Baroque Scrolling Design. Dutch, ca. 1720-1740.Tin-glazed earthenware. Loan from the Jack E. Lapp Collection.

Dish with Baroque Scrolling Design

say it loud

Celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride
June 3–August 6, 2022

The KAM celebrates Pride Month with Say It Loud: Celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride, an exhibition of 15 artworks by LGBTQ+ artists. Ranging in date from 1911 to 2022, the artworks in the exhibition represent a variety of different countries and cultures. Most of the works are recent acquisitions that have never before been displayed at the museum.

Image: Love. Robert Indiana (American, 1928–2018). Circa 1968. Lithograph. Gift of Dr. Winton Stephan, 1991.2.5.

"Love" by Robert Indiana

ABOUT OUR EXHIBITIONS

The Kruizenga Art Museum galleries are typically installed with a mix of temporary exhibitions and permanent collection displays. These exhibitions and displays are planned to complement course offerings in the college’s academic curriculum and usually change, partially or completely, at the beginning of each semester.

The museum’s exhibitions are further augmented by lectures, artist demonstrations, film series, musical concerts, dance and theater performances and other relevant educational programs. An endowment gift from Holland residents Dave and Jane Armstrong provides funding for at least one exhibition-related lecture every year, while other programs are made possible through annual gifts and campus partnerships.