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  1. Exhibition Portraying the Life of the Minotaur to Open at the Kruizenga Art Museum

    A new exhibition, “Michael Ayrton’s Minotaur Suite,” will open at the Hope College Kruizenga Art Museum on Friday, May 28, and run through Saturday, Aug. 28. Admission to the exhibition is free.

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  2. De Pree Gallery and Kruizenga Art Museum to Host Senior Art Shows

    Artwork by graduating senior Studio Art majors from the Class of 2020 and the Class of 2021 at Hope College will be featured in exhibitions in the De Pree Art Center and Gallery and the Kruizenga Art Museum this spring.

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  3. Nineteen Members of Hope Faculty Retiring

    A total of 19 long-time members of the Hope College faculty are retiring this year.

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  4. Video: New Exhibition opening to the public in Holland Feb. 25

    Charles Mason made an appearance on FOX-17 to discuss the two exhibitions opening to the public

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  5. Exhibitions "Drawing with Light" and "Salvador Dali: Memories of Surrealism" to Open at the Kruizenga Art Museum on Jan. 19

    The Kruizenga Art Museum at Hope College will feature two new print exhibitions, “Drawing with Light: Mezzotint Prints from the Rossof Collection” and “Salvador Dali: Memories of Surrealism” beginning later this semester.

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  6. Kruizenga Art Museum Exhibit Explores Historical Context of Protests for Racial Justice

    A variety of topics in African American history and culture from the end of the Civil War to the present are addressed in the exhibition “Black Lives Matter, Black Culture Matters” in the Kruizenga Art Museum at Hope College.

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  7. Kruizenga Art Museum Celebrates Black History Month with Focus Exhibition

    A new focus exhibition at the Hope College Kruizenga Art Museum showcases artworks by African American artists, and features 20 works from the museum’s collection of African American art.

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  8. Commemoration of Black History Month to Feature Combined Jazz Concert and Lecture on Feb. 4

    The combined concert and keynote lecture “Jazz in the Fight for Civil Rights: Jazz as Activist Music” on Tuesday, Feb. 4, featuring visiting musician and scholar Dr. Damani Phillips of the University of Iowa faculty as well as area vocal and jazz ensembles, will headline multiple activities at Hope College scheduled in conjunction with national Black History Month.

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  9. Exhibition "Resilience, Resistance and Revival in 20th-Century Yoruba Art" to Open at the Kruizenga Art Museum on January 17

    A new exhibition opening at the Hope College Kruizenga Art Museum on Friday, Jan. 17, will feature a variety of artworks made and used by the Yoruba people of Nigeria and West Africa. The exhibition, which will continue through Saturday, May 16, includes both traditional and contemporary forms of Yoruba art across a wide range of genres, from paintings and prints to sculptures, metalwork and textiles.

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