Graphic design artists Anne H. Berry ’99 and Penina Acayo ’11 will display their artwork at the Goshen College Music Center’s Hershberger Gallery from Nov. 16, 2014 through Jan. 18, 2015. A reception will take place on Sunday, Nov. 16, 2-4 p.m. in the gallery, with an artist talk directly following the reception, from 4-5 p.m.
Reception: Sunday, May 5, 2-4:00 pm, Hershberger Gallery. Awards ceremony and door prize drawing for money towards a piece from the show will take place at 3:00.
John Mishler, professor of art, and Sunday Mahaja, a senior art major from Lagos, Nigeria, each received two awards for their art at the 36th Elkhart Juried Regional Art Exhibition on Friday, Oct. 10. The exhibition will run through Dec. 7, 2014 at the Midwest Museum of American Art.
Reception: Saturday, October 5, 5-7:00 pm, Hershberger Gallery. This is an exhibition featuring a selection of works by artists who have lived or worked in the Michiana region surrounding Goshen and are participants in the Michiana Pottery Tour. The Michiana Pottery Tour is an annual event planned and coordinated by regional professional potters to invite … Keep reading »
Goshen College art professors Kristi Glick, Randy Horst, Merrill Krabill, Leslie Miller and John Mishler will present selections of their own work in a faculty exhibit from Sept. 28 through Nov. 9. A reception will take place on Saturday, Oct. 4, 5-7 p.m. in the Music Center’s Hershberger Art Gallery.
In June, the Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) awarded former Goshen College art professor Abner Hershberger a $2,000 independent artist grant.
A variety of mugs, plates and T-shirts that explore Mennonite identity will be on display in the Harold and Wilma Good Library basement gallery at Goshen College.
Although many artists travel to exotic locations for inspiration, not many meet the Dalai Lama on their journey, let alone live as his guest for six months. Philip Sugden, an assistant professor of art at Bluffton University, is among these few.
The first annual Arts on the Millrace highlighted Goshen’s growing number of entrepreneurial artisans. Take a closer look at some of them in this feature video from Goshen College student Abby Deaton.
Sunday Mahaja, a Goshen College student, said he sculpts in his spare time. He sold his sculptures that he makes from found objects at the festival.