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Enjoyable Movements - Sculptural Work and Jewelry by Jun Suk Min

From July 15 to August 19, the Calvin College (106) Gallery presents Enjoyable Movements, an exhibition of sculptural work and jewelry by artist Jun Suk Min. The artist is originally from South Korea and currenty serves as assistant professor at Kendall College of Art & Design of Ferris State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he teaches metals and jewelry design.

The artist writes, "We live in the world that is in a constant state of motion. Since childhood, I have always been interested in movement. In particular, I became interested in the shape, design and contours of mechanical movements in objects. In my works, the intention of these movements is to provide both visual varieties and satisfaction of the feel."

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Opening Reception
Friday, July 15, 6-9pm

Please join us for the reception on Friday, July 15 from 6-9pm.
Refreshments served.

Avenue for the Arts Market
Saturday, August 13, 4-9pm

Frome 4-9pm on August 13, the Avenue for the Arts Market will be taking over South Division between Williams and Weston with arts related vendors and performers! The Market will feature local artists and entertainers.