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Printmaking professor serves as juror for regional exhibition

October 12, 2017

Bill Hosterman helped select works for 39-year old regional arts event

Series of GVSU events to address the topic of violence against women

October 11, 2017

Department of Visual and Media Arts to take part in a series of events on the topic of violence agains women in Downtown Grand Rapids  

Animation Students and Faculty teach middle-school students the ins and outs of stop motion

October 10, 2017

The Animator's Guild and Faculty taught students how to create multiple stop-motion animation videos for Kent County Friend of the Court.

Professor Anal Shah's new film selected for the Viennale in Vienna, Austria

October 10, 2017

Anal Shah's new film � KALARIPAYATTU / When The Body Becomes all eyes to be screened on November 1st.

VMA Alums working to maintain the arts scene in Grand Rapids alive 365 days a year

October 4, 2017

Rapidian Article highlights the work by VMA alums in keeping the art and design scene in Grand Rapids alive year-round.

Jewelry and Metals Professor discusses her new book on casting with the Lanthorn

October 3, 2017

CAST: Art and Objects Made Using Humanity�s Most Transformational Process, authored by Jen Townsend and Renee Zettle-Sterling, is a 448-page issue on the millenia-old process.

Jewelry alum thriving in small vintage jewelry business

September 30, 2017

Jen Host found success in bringing her jewelry and metalsmithing production to the direct sales market

Ojibway filmmaker visits Grand Rapids and GVSU for public programs and future projects

September 25, 2017

Ojibway filmmaker Adam Khalil visits Grand Rapids and GVSU for public programs and to conduct research for future projects. Khalil will present work done in collaboration with his brother Zack Khalil in two public programs: a Visiting Artist Lecture at GV

Jewelry and Metals Student designs commemorative pins for former Women governors

September 22, 2017

Emma Hoekstra, BFA student in Jewelry and Metalsmithing, designed the wearable art piece to reflect strength and confidence.

Illustration Alumna Featured in local newspaper Sturgis Journal and

September 21, 2017

A professional landscape painter, Randi Ford received a feature article on the local newspaper Sturgis Journal, celebrating her various accomplishments in the field.



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