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  1. Winter Happening Featuring Seminars Will Be Saturday, Jan. 26

    Multiple general-interest seminars led by members of the Hope College faculty will be featured during the college’s annual Winter Happening on Saturday, Jan. 26.

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  2. Exhibition to Feature Textiles and Culture of Baluchistan's Nomads

    An exhibition opening at the Hope College Kruizenga Art Museum on Tuesday, Jan. 15, will showcase a variety of textiles made and used by the nomadic peoples of Baluchistan, a territory that straddles the modern borders of Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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  3. Hope Connections Play Critical Role in Exhibit at the Kruizenga Art Museum

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    The exhibition, Living Tradition: Contemporary Ethiopian Christian Art at the Kruizenga Art Museum until Saturday, December 15, would never have happened without critical contributions from four current and former Hope College students.

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  4. KAM and LSO to Host "Dia de los Muertos" Community Celebration

    The Kruizenga Art Museum and the Latino Student Organization at Hope College will host a Dia de los Muertos Community Day on Saturday, Nov. 3, at the museum. The collaborative event will feature family-friendly crafts from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., an authentic ofrenda constructed by the Latino Student Organization, and a presentation about the ofrenda given by members of the Latino Student Organization at 11:30 a.m.

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  5. Hope College to Celebrate "One Big Weekend" with Alumni, Families and Friends Oct. 19-21

    Hope College will celebrate “Homecoming and Family Weekend: One Big Weekend” on Friday-Sunday, Oct. 19-21, with highlights including multiple events open to the public in addition to activities for alumni and the families of current students.

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  6. Exhibition "Living Tradition: Contemporary Ethiopian Christian Art from the Sobania Collection" to Open on Sept. 21

    A new exhibition opening at the Hope College Kruizenga Art Museum on Friday, Sept. 21, explores the beliefs and practices of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church as they are reflected in contemporary paintings, icons, liturgical objects and other works of art. The 67 artworks in the exhibition were collected and donated to the Kruizenga Art Museum by Dr. Neal Sobania, a Hope alumnus from the Class of 1968 who was a Peace Corps volunteer in Ethiopia and later went on to make Eastern Africa the focus of his academic career.

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  7. Hope/Holland Community Day Will Be Aug. 31

    A traditional picnic featuring live music on the Hope College campus, home competition in men’s soccer and football, and the sights of Windmill Island Gardens will all be among the features of the 53rd annual Hope/Holland Community Day on Friday, Aug. 31.

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  8. Retrospective Exhibition "In Memory: The Art of Billy Mayer" to Open at the Kruizenga Art Museum on May 29

    A new exhibition opening at the Hope College Kruizenga Art Museum on Tuesday, May 29, provides a retrospective look at the artistic career of Hope College art professor Billy Mayer, who passed away unexpectedly at age 64 in November 2017. “In Memory: The Art of Billy Mayer” includes examples of Mayer’s work in a broad range of artistic genres, from ceramics and metal sculpture to collages, photographs and mixed-media installation pieces.

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  9. Third Annual "Spring Collections Reveal" to Blend Fashion and Art

    Artistry worn will be highlighted at the Hope College Kruizenga Art Museum as it features the latest spring fashion alongside its ongoing exhibition of prints from its collection on Tuesday, April 24, through Saturday, May 5.

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  10. Artist Chakaia Booker and Master Printer Justin Sanz to Speak

    Internationally acclaimed artist Chakaia Booker and master printer Justin Sanz of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop will present a combined artists’ talk at Hope College on Friday, March 9, at 4 p.m. in Cook Auditorium of the De Pree Art Center and Gallery as this year’s David and Jane Armstrong Lecture.

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