Category Archives: Chicago

Calvin Faculty Media Mention: Jennifer Steensma Hoag

Calvin College Photography Professor, Jennifer Steensma Hoag, has been recently featured on the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography‘s website for her portfolio submission to the 2016 Filter Photo Festival in Chicago. Abe, Kyohei, “In Review 2016: Filter Photo.” Detroit Center … Continue reading

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Exhibition | Pure Blood

PURE BLOOD new work by MANDY CANO VILLALOBOS March 8-26 Opening Reception: Saturday, March 8th, 5-10pm… Open Hours: Weekend hours will be posted on and Facebook, weather permitting. All other viewings are by appointment. Contact Antonio Martinez at COBALT … Continue reading

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Students visit Chicago with Professor Cano

On Friday, February 21st, students accompanied Professor Cano to Chicago to tour the National Mexican Museum of Art, visit artist Antonio Martinez of Cobalt Studio and eat an amazing lunch at Nuevo Leon.  The visit was part of Professor Cano’s … Continue reading

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Exhibitions | AIC: Impressionism, Fashion ad Modernity

The internationally acclaimed exhibition arrives in Chicago, the last stop on its world tour.Wednesday, June 26, 2013–Sunday, September 22, 2013 Were the Impressionists fashionistas? And what role did fashion play in their goal to paint modern life with a “modern” … Continue reading

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Visual Arts Guild in Chicago

On Saturday, March 2, 22 members of the Visual Arts Guild piled into vans and traveled to Chicago where they visited the Art Institute and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Most students were thrilled by Kara Walker’s exhibit at the … Continue reading

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Mandy Cano Villalobos: N.N. (Ningún Nombre/No Name)

N.N. (Ningún Nombre/No Name), a performative installation by Calvin Professor Mandy Cano Villalobos (Voces), is on view at La Casa Cultura Calles y Sueños in Chicago. This exhibition commemorates those who died under the South American dictatorships of the 1970s … Continue reading

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