Events

Thursday, April 20

De Pree Art Center and Gallery:  Senior Show

De Pree Art Center and Gallery: Senior Show 10am

Academics, Art and Art History, Arts and Humanities Division, Public Events

The annual Hope College senior art exhibition, “Studio 147,” will open with a reception in the De Pree Art Center and Gallery on Friday,...

De Pree Art Center  
Kruizenga Art Museum:  “Gospel Stories: Otto Dix and Sadao Watanabe”

Kruizenga Art Museum: “Gospel Stories: Otto Dix and Sadao Watanabe” 10am

Arts, Kruizenga Art Museum, Public Events

The Kruizenga Art Museum at Hope College will open the exhibition “Gospel Stories: Otto Dix and Sadao Watanabe” on Tuesday, Jan. 10,...

Kruizenga Art Museum  
Lunch and Learn with Heather Winia

Lunch and Learn with Heather Winia 12pm

Campus-Life, Human Resources, Wellness

Be Mindful, NOT MindFULL...sharing ways to add mindfulness into everyday activities!

Maas Center, Conference Room  
Math Colloquium

Math Colloquium 4pm

Academics, Mathematics, Natural & Applied Sciences Division

“What is Extremal Graph Theory?” by Lauren Keough Ph.D., Mathematics Department, Grand Valley State University

VanderWerf Hall, 102  
Off-Campus Study Living Museum

Off-Campus Study Living Museum 4:30pm

Campus-Life, Fried Center for Global Engagement, Off-Campus Study

Hope College Global Ambassadors will present an interactive living museum of their time abroad.

Maas Center, Conference Room  
Intervarsity

Intervarsity 6:30pm

Campus-Life, Student Development, Student Life

Intervaristy Christian Fellowship is a group of believers who gather to study the Bible and worship together.

Graves Hall, 201  
Meijer Shuttle Runs

Meijer Shuttle Runs 6:30pm

Campus-Life, Student Development

Need a ride to Meijer? Students have access to a free shuttle every Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30pm-8:30pm when classes are in session. 

DeWitt Flagpole  
St. Benedict Institute: "Gold Out of Egypt:" Christian Art and International Influences

St. Benedict Institute: "Gold Out of Egypt:" Christian Art and International Influences 7pm

Academics, Saint Benedict Institute, Public Events

The Saint Benedict Institute will present the lecture “‘Gold Out of Egypt’: Christian Art and International Influences,” by artist...

Martha Miller Center for Global Communication, Fried Hemenway Auditorium  
Weekly Swings

Weekly Swings 7pm

Campus-Life, Students

Come learn how to swing dance for free!  No partner or experience required!  

Maas Center, Auditorium  
Chinese Culture Club

Chinese Culture Club 8pm

Academics, Arts and Humanities Division, Chinese, Campus-Life, Student Development, Student Life

Come experience Chinese culture through board games, food & conversation. This event takes place on most Thursdays as noted.

Martha Miller Center for Global Communication, 239  

Thursday, April 20