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Free Virtual Art Resources

Online options to explore RAM and other museums across the globe

Racine Art Museum and RAM’s Wustum Museum are bring art education directly to people via social media—discussing the various artists, exhibitions, and programs at both museum campuses.

Additionally, Google Arts & Culture features a seemingly endless number of intimate virtual tours and 360-degree videos of museums, famous sites, and landmarks from across the globe

Online Art Activity—april

Featured Activity

Linda Dolack-Inspired Zero Waste Collage Boxes

Repurpose a box in your home to create a Zero Waste Collage Box inspired by the work of Linda Dolack.

Featured Activity

Linda Dolack-Inspired Zero Waste Collage Boxes

Online Art Activity—april

Repurpose a box in your home to create a Zero Waste Collage Box inspired by the work of Linda Dolack.

Virtual Exhibition Tours

Experience full museum exhibitions from the comfort of your home! RAM is pleased to offer a virtual glimpse into past and current exhibitions like From the Heart: Artist as Commentator, Collection Focus: Mary Giles, and Watercolor Wisconsin 2020 on the museum’s YouTube channel.

Virtual Exhibition Tours

Experience full museum exhibitions from the comfort of your home! RAM is pleased to offer a virtual glimpse into past and current exhibitions like From the Heart: Artist as Commentator, Collection Focus: Mary Giles, and Watercolor Wisconsin 2020 on the museum’s YouTube channel.

RAM Introduces

To promote continued learning and engagement in the virtual space, RAM Executive Director and Curator of Collections Bruce W. Pepich and RAM Curator of Exhibitions Lena Vigna are introducing the work of women artists in the Racine Art Museum’s permanent contemporary craft collection—including Tina Fung Holder, Mara Superior, and Elise Winters—with short, informative videos. Viewers are invited to watch the RAM Introduces series on the RAM YouTube channel.

RAM Introduces

To promote continued learning and engagement in the virtual space, RAM Executive Director and Curator of Collections Bruce W. Pepich and RAM Curator of Exhibitions Lena Vigna are introducing the work of women artists in the Racine Art Museum’s permanent contemporary craft collection—including Tina Fung Holder, Mara Superior, and Elise Winters—with short, informative videos. Viewers are invited to watch the RAM Introduces series on the RAM YouTube channel.

Activity Sheets and Art Project Instructions

Education Staff at RAM’s Wustum Museum have been creating free, family-friendly art activities to inspire and engage the community since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Experience online scavenger hunts and discover unknown treasures from shows like It’s Like Poetry: Building a Toshiko Takaezu Archive at RAM. Also, create fun art projects—such as magazine collages, aluminum foil monoprints, and recycled art sculptures—with easy-to-follow, downloadable PDF instructions.

Kevin Snipes Inspired Cartoon Collage
Cartoon Collage inspired by the work of artist Kevin Snipes

Love Art?  You’ll Love RAM!

The mission of the Racine Art Museum is to exhibit, collect, preserve, and educate in the contemporary visual arts. Stay up-to-date about special events as well as support the mission of the largest contemporary craft collection in America: