Tagged KAM


Bible studies partner with KAM

(Photos by Kelly Ocock) This semester on-campus women’s Bible studies are taking inspiration from an exhibition on display at the Kruizenga Art Museum (KAM). The exhibit entitled “Gospel Stories” features 47 pieces designed by German artist Otto Dix and Japanese artist Sadao Watanbe. Both 20th century artists portray Jesus in their pieces, as they were…


Mexican art speaks to all cultures

The Kruizenga Art Museum is hosting an exhibit called “After the Rupture” that will remain in the building until Dec. 17. The focus is on Mexican artists that make up the “Rupture Generation” and the new direction they were taking Mexican art during the mid-twentieth century. These artists were considered rebellious from the ideas of…

Hateful Things

Traumatic memories abound in exhibit

De Pree hosts gallery in remembrance of racism and segregation In light of recent racial tensions, the timing of the new De Pree gallery, featuring “Hateful Things” and “Resilience,” could not come at a more opportune time. There are two separate exhibitions that “will be on view concurrently in the De Pree Gallery from Aug….

STRUT YOUR STUFF — Make sure to see the Spring Collections Reveal exhibit before April 16.

Kruizenga Art Museum features local fashion

  Hope College’s Kruizenga Art Museum (KAM) is featuring artistry worn this week through April 16. The exhibit, called “Spring Collections Reveal,” includes the latest spring and summer fashion. Modeled by fully styled mannequins, the fashion is taken from six independent women’s clothing stores in downtown Holland. These stores include Blu Veranda, Frances Jay, Jean…