Student artists to show work at downtown coffee shop
“Ripon Reimagined,” an exhibit of artwork by Ripon College students, will be on view from March 7 through April 24 at Mugs Coffeehouse, 307 Watson St., downtown Ripon.
The artworks on paper by Jorge Gutierrez ’17 of Los Angeles, California; Myat Aung ’16 of Myanmar; Madeline Koster ’17 of Ripon, Wisconsin; Anita Hoffman of Ripon, Wisconsin; Aspen Geheber ’16 of Clarkson, Kentucky; Hannah Tetzlaff ’18 of Brandon, Wisconsin; Adrienne Strohmayer ’16 of Andover, Minnesota; and Keeley Eames ’18 of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, are largely inspired by buildings and homes in Ripon.
An opening reception will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. March 7. There will be live music by Oshkosh cellist Auralai. Mugs will offer coffee and small-plate food specials.
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