Northwestern College’s Te Paske Gallery will host exhibits by three local artists during the 2021–22 school year.
Ali Almail, a double major in art and genetics, molecular biology and cellular biology from Bahrain and Canada, received Faculty Honors during Northwestern College’s commencement exercises on May 8.
Northwestern senior Ali Almail's artwork that was recently installed in the DeWitt Family Science Center has been created for the purpose of getting people to think about the relationship between Jesus Christ’s humanity and divinity.
Northwestern College will display watercolor paintings by Orange City artist Judy Thompson in an exhibit scheduled for Jan. 7 through Feb. 29.
Works by Sioux City painter and muralist Mark Kochen, titled “Unspecified Mechanical Properties,” will be exhibited in Northwestern College’s Te Paske Gallery Sept. 30 through Nov. 1.
Northwestern College junior Ali Almail has been selected to participate in the annual Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts Symposium to be held at Wheaton College May 28 to June 1.
Nine Northwestern College professors will conduct research and pursue further study this summer with funding from the Northwestern College Scholarship Grants program.
Northwestern College’s final art show of the academic year will feature work chosen as part of a juried exhibition.
William Browning IV, a Northwestern College student from Duncan, Okla., will present his senior art exhibit in the college’s Te Paske Gallery April 1–6.
Lauren Weber, a Northwestern College student from Orange City, will present her senior art exhibit in the college’s Te Paske Gallery March 25–29.