Dennis Darmek, Milwaukee
The Swimmer: 40 Years in the Water #4, 2018
Archival digital inkjet print
24 x 18 inches

Wisconsin Photography 2018

August 26 – November 24, 2018

RAM’s Wustum Museum continues a Racine tradition with the opening of Wisconsin Photography 2018—a statewide competition organized by the museum since 1979. Thanks to the support of state photographers, the exhibition continues to introduce the museum’s visitors to a wide range of photographic media and artists’ viewpoints. This year’s show features 110 pieces by 52 Wisconsin photographers.

MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

Exhibition Catalogue (PDF)

Press Room

ARTISTS IN THE EXHIBITION
Belgium: Guntis Lauzums; Brookfield: Lewis Cadkin, David A. Jentz; Burlington: Valerie J. Christell; Cedarburg: Vicki Reed, Cornucopia: Sally Bowker; Egg Harbor: David Heilman; Elkhart Lake: James W. Popp; Forestville: Suzanne Rose; Grafton: Jack Long; Kenosha: Kathy Brand; Little Chute: Steve Mofle; Luxemburg: Megan Beckmann; Madison: James M. Thornbery, Michael Turner; Menomonee Falls: Nicolas Umbs; Mequon: Thomas Lemke, Bernard Newman; Middleton: Michael Knapstein; Milwaukee: Azure Mahara, Dennis Darmek, F. Fischer, Kristine Hinrichs, Andrew Holman, Tim Holte, Sarah Jasinski, Marcella Jones, Vaughan Larsen, Michael A. Nowotny, Jan Serr, Meredith W. Watts; Mount Pleasant: David Fabian, Celia Schulz, Jim Wardrip; New Berlin: Robert W. Baron; Oak Creek: Michael Gehrke, Kelly M. Held; Racine: Magda Bowen, Martha Coaty, Susan LaCanne, Judith Pannozo, Marc Wollman; Union Grove: Randy Urry; Waterford: Roy C. Schmidt; Waukesha: Daniel Becker, William Lemke, JoAnn O’Hare; Wauwatosa: Kenneth Kornacki; West Bend: Martin Keey, Linda Memmel; Whitefish Bay: Nancy Sturino; Whitewater: George J. Miller

Wisconsin Photography 2018

August 26 – November 24, 2018
Dennis Darmek, Milwaukee
The Swimmer: 40 Years in the Water #4, 2018
Archival digital inkjet print
24 x 18 inches

RAM’s Wustum Museum continues a Racine tradition with the opening of Wisconsin Photography 2018—a statewide competition organized by the museum since 1979. Thanks to the support of state photographers, the exhibition continues to introduce the museum’s visitors to a wide range of photographic media and artists’ viewpoints. This year’s show features 110 pieces by 52 Wisconsin photographers.

MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

Exhibition Catalogue (PDF)

Press Room

ARTISTS IN THE EXHIBITION
Belgium: Guntis Lauzums; Brookfield: Lewis Cadkin, David A. Jentz; Burlington: Valerie J. Christell; Cedarburg: Vicki Reed, Cornucopia: Sally Bowker; Egg Harbor: David Heilman; Elkhart Lake: James W. Popp; Forestville: Suzanne Rose; Grafton: Jack Long; Kenosha: Kathy Brand; Little Chute: Steve Mofle; Luxemburg: Megan Beckmann; Madison: James M. Thornbery, Michael Turner; Menomonee Falls: Nicolas Umbs; Mequon: Thomas Lemke, Bernard Newman; Middleton: Michael Knapstein; Milwaukee: Azure Mahara, Dennis Darmek, F. Fischer, Kristine Hinrichs, Andrew Holman, Tim Holte, Sarah Jasinski, Marcella Jones, Vaughan Larsen, Michael A. Nowotny, Jan Serr, Meredith W. Watts; Mount Pleasant: David Fabian, Celia Schulz, Jim Wardrip; New Berlin: Robert W. Baron; Oak Creek: Michael Gehrke, Kelly M. Held; Racine: Magda Bowen, Martha Coaty, Susan LaCanne, Judith Pannozo, Marc Wollman; Union Grove: Randy Urry; Waterford: Roy C. Schmidt; Waukesha: Daniel Becker, William Lemke, JoAnn O’Hare; Wauwatosa: Kenneth Kornacki; West Bend: Martin Keey, Linda Memmel; Whitefish Bay: Nancy Sturino; Whitewater: George J. Miller

Arthur P. Haas Memorial Purchase Awards

Through these acquisitions, RAM has assembled a vibrant record of Wisconsin photographers and their career developments. This year, the museum will add the following 8 new works to the collection:

Kathy Brand, The Toreador

Dennis Darmek, The Swimmer: 40 Years in the Water #4

Michael Knapstein, After the Storm

Thomas Lemke, Stones Embrace—Vermilion Cliffs, Arizona

Jack Long, Platinum Mist

Vicki Reed, Leaving #2

Suzanne Rose, Untitled (44°48’06.1″N 87°22’15.5″W) from the Blind Spot Series

Marc Wollman, Wisps

Gallery of Work

Exhibitions at RAM are made possible by:

Platinum Sponsors

Anonymous
Nicholas and Nancy Kurten
Windgate Foundation
Wisconsin Department of Administration

Diamond Sponsors

Osborne and Scekic Family Foundation
Ruffo Family Foundation

Gold Sponsors
Anonymous
David Charak
Silver Sponsors
A.C. Buhler Family
Andis Foundation
Lucy G. Feller
Ben and Dawn Flegel
Ron and Judith Isascs
Johnson Financial Group
Bill Keland
Dorothy MacVicar
RDK Foundation, Inc.
Bronze Sponsors
Anonymous
Susan Boland
Fredrick and Deborah Ganaway
Tom and Sharon Harty
Andrea and Tony Hauser
The Norbell Foundation
Bill and Mary Walker

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