The Kruizenga Art Museum aims to educate, engage and inspire the students, faculty, staff and alumni of Hope College — as well as the broader communities of Holland and West Michigan.

The new Kruizenga Art Museum (KAM), opened and dedicated in September 2015, provides exhibition space for the college’s extensive permanent collection and visiting exhibitions. It provides additional support for curation of the collections, as well as space and resources to view and study works from around the world, spanning centuries.

The museum was developed with an emphasis on engaging faculty and students from many academic disciplines in the study and interpretation of art. Its vision is to be an educational resource — not only for the college, but for all of West Michigan.

Current Exhibition

Gospel Stories: Otto Dix and Sadao Watanabe

January 10–May 20, 2017

Gospel Stories showcases 47 pieces of work from two important 20th century artists — Otto Dix and Sadao Watanabe — who were inspired to engage deeply with the Christian faith as a result of their experiences during World War II and its aftermath. 

"The Last Supper" Otto Dix  "The Last Supper" Sadao Watanabe

Upcoming Events

KAM: After Hours

Last Thursday of every month
Jan. 26, Feb. 23, March 30 and April 27 

6–8 p.m.

With the KAM remaining open until 8pm, these exciting Thursday evenings provide community members and campus alike the opportunity to explore the galleries and engage every month with a new activity. The event is free and all age groups are welcome.