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The Caestecker Art Gallery, adjacent to the Department of Art and Art History, features shows by artists with national and international reputations. Gallery openings draw students and faculty from across campus. The gallery is also open for one hour before evening performances.

2021-2022 Exhibition Schedule

Sep32021

Solo Exhibition by Michael Davidson

C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts: Caestecker Gallery
Michael Davidson is a Wisconsin-based painter whose work is abstract, exploring the visual properties of art such as color, line, and composition. An artist talk and opening reception will be held on September 3 at 7 p.m. If you can't…[...]
Nov52021

Art and Activism: An Exhibit of Contemporary Posters

C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts: Caestecker Gallery
This exhibit features activist posters that focus on a wide range of social and environmental issues.  It is curated by Ripon College students, along with Associate Professor Travis Nygard. A talk and opening reception will be held on November 5 at…[...]
Feb42022

Solo Exhibition by Zach Mory

C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts: Caestecker Gallery
Zach Mory is an interdisciplinary artist based in Glen Ellyn, whose drawings are extremely detailed. An artist talk and opening reception will be held on February 4 at 7pm in Caestecker Gallery.[...]
Mar42022

Chamber Music & Jazz Series: Mary Louise Knutson Trio

Demmer Recital Hall
Described by JazzTimes as “state-of-the-art piano trio finery,” the Mary Louise Knutson Trio will present a concert of jazz works in Demmer Recital Hall. Ms. Knutson will also lead an open masterclass with the Ripon College Jazz Ensemble under the…[...]
Apr12022

Solo Exhibition by Mel Kolstad

C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts: Caestecker Gallery
Mel Kolstad is an artist based in Fond du Lac, whose work is meant to build community. This exhibit will feature numerous small magnetic artworks that will be able to be purchased by visitors, and the proceeds will support fine arts scholarships. An artist talk and closing…[...]

Past Exhibitions from the 2021-2022 Season