Art news

Art department hosts life-drawing sessions
The Orange City Arts Council and Northwestern's art department will host several life-drawing sessions in the Korver Visual Arts Building.

Margo Vanderhill, an artist from Alton, Iowa, will display her work in Northwestern College's Te Paske Gallery Sept. 23 through Oct. 18.

“Reconstructive-Memory Process,” an exhibit by Yun Shin, professor of art, will be on display in the Te Paske Gallery.

Emily Stokes, assistant professor of art, has been chosen to participate in a weeklong seminar in Atlanta.

Northwestern sends out call for art
NWC is seeking art that might be donated, loaned or sold to the college for display in the learning commons.

Installation art by Northwestern senior Sarah Kugler, entitled “Bright Pink Lung Blood,” will be on display April 8–12.

Senior art major Jesse Baldwin will display his paintings in Te Paske Gallery March 18–22.

“Bear Fruit,” an exhibit by NWC seniors Becca Ortner and Emily Mahlum, will be on display in the Te Paske Gallery.

Northwestern art students Corrine Muyskens and Leslie Stover will display their artwork in the Te Paske Gallery.

Sponsored by the Orange City Arts Council and Northwestern, the exhibit will feature work by 15 regional artists.