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Due to the dynamic health situation regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), the dates and content of current and future exhibitions at RAM and RAM’s Wustum Museum may be required to change. Any updates to these exhibitions will be announced through regular channels, including email, website, and social media. If needed, participating artists will be contacted directly.

Presenting work from artists who create meaningful statements in craft media, RAM dispels any differentiation between fine art and craft and between the artist and the craftsperson. Exhibitions at RAM emphasize ideas behind the artwork, rather than following strict media categories.

All shows at RAM change two to three times each year. Exhibitions are currently being drawn almost exclusively from RAM’s extensive and dynamic collection.

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Open Storage: RAM Showcases Ceramic, Fiber, and Regional Archives

This exhibition features works from RAM's collection, including ceramic objects by Sandra Byers and Beatrice Wood; and fiber pieces by Lillian Elliott, Ed Rossbach, Kay Sekimachi, Jean Stamsta, and Merle Temkin, as well as pieces by regional artists Gibson Byrd, John N. Colt, Theodore Czebotar, Joseph Friebert, and Murray Weiss.

Location: Racine Art Museum| Dates: January 26 – August 30, 2020|

Open Storage: RAM Showcases Ceramic, Fiber, and Regional Archives

This exhibition features works from RAM's collection, including ceramic objects by Sandra Byers and Beatrice Wood; and fiber pieces by Lillian Elliott, Ed Rossbach, Kay Sekimachi, Jean Stamsta, and Merle Temkin, as well as pieces by regional artists Gibson Byrd, John N. Colt, Theodore Czebotar, Joseph Friebert, and Murray Weiss.

Location: Racine Art Museum| Dates: January 26 – August 30, 2020|

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