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On Display at Little Chute


On Display through the end of March.

Jacob S. Royer is a local self-taught artist. He paints, draws, writes music, and drinks coffee in Appleton, WI.  You can find him on Facebook and Instagram.

About this body of work:  "These are scraps and sketches that I've done over the last few months while I've been out sharing drinks and good memories with my friends. I've always got a bag of art supplies with me wherever I go, and I use them quite liberally.​​"

Jacob was recently featured in Fox Cities Magazine's Artists to Watch 2018 article.  He also creates home recorded music which you can listen to here.

Frank Anderson is featured at our Little Chute location with his 

Frank L Anderson is a stop motion animator, author, musician, teacher, painter and live action filmmaker. He was born on Basilan Island in the Philippines. He’s worked as a newspaper reporter, a full time musician, has taught at MIAD and Lawrence University and was once a ranch hand in California.

He has directed, scored and animated numerous national commercials and network breaks for Reebok, Turner Classic Movies, Coca Cola, the Cartoon Network and in 2007 directed the feature film The Life of Reilly, the highest critically rated film of that year with a 100% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. He writes weekly for his website

On Display through March 28th, 2018.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has set up a wonderful exhibit including the Quran with English translations, Muslim literature, art and books.

If you can, plan your visit for March 28th between 5 and 7 pm for our Meet a Muslim event, in which some of our Muslim American community members will be present. This is a casual open house to ask questions, meet your neighbors, enjoy some light refreshments and ethnic foods.  All are welcome!  No registration or fees are required for this awesome drop in event!  More info here.

There is always something interesting on display at the Little Chute Library. Check back soon to see what will be on display next.

Have questions or ideas, email our visual arts coordinator, Stephanie Harvey.

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