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(106) South Division
NYCAMS Alumni Show

The New York Center for Art and Media Studies (NYCAMS) is a one semester undergraduate art education program run by Bethel University. Each semester a small group of students live in New York City, where they attend classes, work in arts - industry internships, and are immersed in the art world.

From November 30, 2007 - January 4, 2008, the Calvin College Department of Art and Art History presents the first ever NYCAMS Alumni exhibition at the (106) South Division Gallery.

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The exhibition is juried by Jennifer Gross, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Yale University Art Gallery, NYCAMS board member and Kevin Buist, Gallery Assistant, (106) Calvin College, NYCAMS alumni. The works represent a diverse collection of young artists from around the country, whose common thread is their commitment to engage in a meaningful dialog with contemporary art. The show features sculpture, video installation, drawing, photography, painting, and mixed media.

Artists featured:
Gloria Armieda, Jameson Bast, Jeremy Coleman, Emma Craig, Craig Hoeksma, Bethany Kemp, Benjamin MacAdam, Jennifer Mills, Alexa Reents, Jennifer Romaniszak, Reid Strelow

Exhibition Reception - South Division Urban Lights
Friday, December 7 from 6-9pm
(hosted at live/work spaces along Avenue for the Arts - 106 & 120 S. Division)