About RAM

The Racine Art Museum holds the largest and most significant contemporary craft collection in North America, with more than 9,500 objects from nationally and internationally recognized artists. The mission of the Racine Art Museum is to exhibit, collect, preserve, and educate in the contemporary visual arts. It is the museum's goal to elevate the stature of craft to fine arts by presenting ceramics, fibers, glass, metals, polymer, and wood alongside paintings and sculptures.

The museum plays a vital role in arts education through RAM's Wustum Museum, where it offers community outreach programsstudio art classes and workshops taught by regionally and nationally known artists working in craft media.

Architecture

History
The Impact of Karen Johnson Boyd
Timeline - 75 Years of Art at RAM's Wustum Museum

 

Community

Racine Art Museum and Wustum Museum are located in Racine, Wisconsin, a historic community on the shores of Lake Michigan. Racine is a city with a tradition of supporting art and architecture. It is home to Frank Lloyd Wright's SC Johnson Wax Administration Building, as well as several Wright homes including Wingspread, which was built for the Johnson family.

For more information about RAM, please call 262.638.8300.

2010 Milwaukee PBS Arts Digest Features RAM

Discover Wisconsin's Racine County – Come Stay Awhile

 

2010 Wisconsin Governor's Award