Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine
Art Class at RAM's Wustum Museum
Shop the Museum Store for unique gifts and one-of-a-kind artwork.
From A Whole Other World: Sub-Culture Craft
SPARK participants enjoy hands-on art activities.
Time for Tea: Contemporary Ceramic Teapots from the
Racine Art Museum's Collection
at the Dane County Regional Airport
Kids Day at Wustum Museum
Watercolor student at RAM's Wustum Museum
A Whole Other World: Sub-Culture Craft
RAM Artist Fellowship Exhibition
Opens Friday, August 28
RAM's Wustum Museum
RAMasquerade: Steampunk Style
Early Bird Special - Save $10
Through August 31
The Racine Art Museum, located at 441 Main Street, Racine, Wisconsin, holds the largest and most significant contemporary craft collection in North America, with more than 8,000 objects from nationally and internationally recognized artists. RAM's mission is to elevate the stature of craft to fine arts by presenting ceramics, fibers, glass, metals, polymer, and wood alongside paintings and sculptures.
RAM plays a vital role in arts education at RAM's Wustum Museum, where community outreach programs and studio art classes are taught by regionally and nationally known artists working in craft media.
Most shows at RAM change three times each year and there are no galleries solely dedicated to the permanent collection. If you are interested in seeing work in a particular medium, please contact the museum prior to your visit to verify what is in our current exhibitions.