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Coe Print

About the Exhibit

From Januray 22 to February 26, 2010, the Calvin College Department of Art and Art History presents "Named and Nameless," an exhibition featuring the work of five artists that explores animal advocacy at the (106) South Division Gallery. The exhibition coincides with Wake Up Weekend, hosted by Calvin philosophy professor Matt Halteman and art professor Adam Wolpa, from January 22-23.

This exhibition deals with the complicated relationship between human and non-human animals, exploring industrialized farming practices, domestic companionship, and entertainment through the lens of global and local consumption and visual culture."Named and Nameless" addresses the construction of societal belief structures and values, and seeks to uncover paths to justice and peace within this manufactured environment.

The artists represented in the exhibition are: Sue Coe, Brett Colley, Kate Daughdrill, Erika Jane and Adam Wolpa.

Wake Up

Wake Up Weekend

Friday, January 22 to Saturday, January 23

Reception at 5:30pm on Saturday, January 23

Calvin News Story

Read "January's wakeup call," by Myrna Anderson at Calvin News & Stories (January 4, 2010) to learn more about the event.