Hailey Makuski ’23, Nathalia Zamora ’23 to show work in senior art exhibit

“Immersive Tribulations,” a senior art exhibit, will open April 28 and run through May 13 in the Foyer Gallery, C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts. The exhibit will be on view any time the building is open. An opening reception will be held in the lobby at 7 p.m. April 28.

The artists featured in the exhibition are Hailey Makuski ’23 of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, and Nathalia Zamora ’23 of Beloit, Wisconsin. Makuski has created artworks in a variety of media that touch on the experiences of women in contemporary society. Zamora is showing paintings that explore spaces and objects that define her four years at Ripon College.

(Photo: Work by Hailey Makuski ’23, top, and Nathalia Zamora ’23)

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