Hesston College art gallery features young artists

Kids from Newton’s United Methodist Youthville campus, are the featured artists in the Hesston College Friesen Center gallery. The works of art are from “The Monster In Me” project through […]

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Art faculty display work

Limstone sculpture by Lois Misegadis entitled “Ruth.” Faculty members in the Hesston College art department are exhibiting pieces of their personal works in the Friesen Center for the Visual Arts […]

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Randy Horst exhibit

Works exhibited in a Hesston College Gallery show February 15-March 8, 2010 Randy Horst is a 1979 graduate of Hesston College and a 1983 graduate of Goshen (Ind.) College with […]

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2008 alumni show artists statements

Stephanie Danker Why would an image of a sunflower be entitled, “”Love?” My work always involved stitching, an homage to my maternal Grandma, Doris Diller, who lives in Hesston. It […]

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Anna Friesen exhibit

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Art Alumni

Links to personal art sites, exhibit pages and articles about Hesston College visual art alumni Anna (Emerson) Friesen, 1966 — 2009 Hesston College Friesen Gallery show Paul Friesen, Academy 1942, […]

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Artist’s exhibit explores connections

Hesston College graduate, former employee and artist Ken Gingerich is making a brief return to campus with his exhibit, “Thin places shine in time and space. Stone hearts dance in […]

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Youthville traveling art exhibit, Walk A Mile, at Hesston College through March 31

release courtesy Youthville Youthville invites audiences in and around Hesston to experience this moving showcase. The Walk A Mile project serves disadvantaged youth in Youthville’s care through artistic expression. Micala […]

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Photographs by Hannah Bader in Hesston College Gallery this month

Photographs by Hannah Bader, Johnson City, Tenn., are on exhibit until January 30 in the Hesston College Gallery located in Smith Center. Bader spent nine years of her life as […]

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Paul Friesen concludes teaching career at Hesston

Spring 2005 marks the second retirement of visual arts professor Paul Friesen from Hesston College. Friesen officially retired from Hesston in 1978, but was invited to teach the second-year ceramics […]

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