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Author: Nicole Witmer

Food for the Tummy: Field Notes Farm

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Walking down College Ave on Saturday mornings will make you want to eat healthy. Every Saturday morning from the months of June to October, College Ave is flooded with more than 150 vendors selling organic foods, homemade jewelry, and even treats for furry friends. As I strolled through the many different vendors, a small booth READ MORE

Intern Intro: Nicole

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Get to know Nicole, our newest editorial intern… Name: Nicole Witmer Age: 19 and 3/4 Hometown: Plainfield, IL School attending: Lawrence University Tell us about your background: I am a sophomore at Lawrence University and plan on graduating in 2019. I am majoring in English and contemplating a minor in Communications. I played volleyball for READ MORE

Elyse-Krista Mische

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Name: Elyse-Krista Mische Residence: Appleton Medium: 2D and 3D Drawing   Experimenting in nearly every art form, Appleton artist Elyse-Krista Mische is a mixed media artist. “I work with most any media,” she says. “My favorite would have to be drawing.” For Mische, drawing isn’t always what it seems. “I turn my drawings into 3D READ MORE

Andrew Linskens

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Whether through animation, performance pieces or paintings, artist Andrew Linskens takes the term “blending” to a whole new level. Linskens’ pieces appear chaotic at first glance, but soon take viewers on an expressionistic roller coaster ride they never want to end. Linskens, a 37-year-old Green Bay resident, dove into art at a very young age. READ MORE

Moment in Time

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Three exhibits pay tribute to significant anniversaries.   The Road Less Traveled The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2017 with a yearlong exploration of art environments titled “The Road Less Traveled.” This series features 16 different exhibitions highlighting the works of 19 art-environment builders. It also incorporates writing and READ MORE