Every Month Lorma Freestone joins Shelley Irwin on WGVU's Morning Show to discuss Art in and around the Holland/Zeeland area. She invites guests to chat about their artistic connection to the community.
Arts in the Area
Holland Area Arts Council hollandarts.org
Hope College hope.edu
Oct. 28-29 & Nov. 4-5 7:30 PM H2 Dance Company At the Knickerbocker Theater
Tuesday , Nov. 1 7-9PM: The Big Read Holland Area kickoff will be a TEDtalk styled evening that will put this year’s selection, Brother, I’m Dying, into written, historical and cultural context, featuring lively, enriching presentations by Dr. Jonathan Hagood (How do we know? Danticat and the Art of Historical Thinking), Dr. Pauline Remy (“Kréyol”, Folk Tales and Family Life in Brother I’m Dying) and Dr. Natalie Dykstra (Two Haitian Fathers: Where Memoir Meets Biography).
DePree Art Gallery
Oct. 21 – Nov. 18 Infinite Replica the Artwork of Chris Cox (Artist talk- 10/21 from 4-5 pm).
Hope Concert Series
Monday, Oct. 17 8PM. All Sons and Daughters with special guest Sandra McCracken Dimnent Chapel
Nov. 5, 7:30 Ra Ra Riot with special guest Michigander. Dimnent Chapel
Hope Great Performance Series
Friday, October 14 7:30PM TRIO CON BRIO COPENHAGEN At the Jack Miller Center for Musical Arts Recognized as "one of the finest piano trios on the current scene" by The New Yorker, this ensemble has won most of the international competitions for piano trios around the world.
The Kruizenga Museum hope.edu/kam
Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m After the Rupture showcases work by Mexican artists who broke away from the Muralist School and exp lored a wider range of styles and subjects between the 1960s and the 1980s. These artists came to be known as the Rupture Generation and helped Mexican art evolve in new directions that are still playing out today.
City of Holland
City of Zeeland
HERRICK Library herrickdl.org
Holland Museum hollandmuseum.org
Through December 15, 2016. Taller de Gráfica Popular: Twelve Works from the People's Print Workshop of Mexico City Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Admission: $7.00 adults; $6.00 seniors; $4.00 students; members
Holland Civic Theater hollandcivictheatre.org