Several city blocks will be closed to provide entertainment during the 19th iteration of Downtown Racine’s Party on the Pavement event on Saturday, September 17, noon – 7:00 pm. RAM will be open with FREE museum admission and extended gallery hours from noon to 6:00 pm.
Rummage-o-RAM-Art, the museum’s annual sale of gently loved goods, returns during Party on the Pavement. Peruse and purchase a wonderful selection of gently loved books, handbags, movies, and art—donated to raise funds for RAM’s exhibition and education programs.
Craft a Zero Waste Self-Portrait using recycled materials during the RAM Free Family Hands-on Art Activity, 1:00 – 4:00 pm. Take inspiration from a textured paper portrait by artist Russell T. Gordon entitled Fine Fellow Fedora—on display in the exhibition RAM Showcase: Russell T. Gordon and James Tanner—and engage in multiple art projects that toy with the idea of patterns and portraits. The public is also invited to collaborate on a large-scale community art piece.