Student Work


A Meaningful Collaboration

The first public sculpture to be erected in South Beloit, Illinois, honors the area’s Ho-Chunk heritage and the tribe’s continuing verve. The initial idea for the artwork emerged from a Beloit College class taught by Professor of Art History Jo Ortel, shown at the September dedication with Ezra Rogers’19, one of the student leaders behind the project.


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