• Garcia Ir2014.028 Spun Glass Brooch

Craft in Color

The largest exhibition to date dedicated to artists of color in RAM's collection, featuring works in clay, glass, and metal. The range of implicit and explicit biases experienced by the artists and the (un)conscious influence of their heritage add a unique layer of context to the included work.

Craft in Color2024-06-17T11:07:22-05:00

Zero Waste: Objects

Drawn entirely from RAM’s collection, this exhibition—and the one that replaces it in the fall—highlights artists that repurpose materials originally intended for a use other than art.

Zero Waste: Objects2024-01-31T09:06:46-06:00

RAM Showcase: Patrick Nagatani

Comprised of pieces spanning multiple decades—specifically 1977 – 2006—the archive features various types of photographs. This exhibition debuts selections from the archive in stages—consecutively showcasing the Nagatani/Ryoichi Excavations Series, Chromatherapy Series, and works related to nuclear power.

RAM Showcase: Patrick Nagatani2024-06-12T11:23:01-05:00

Collection Focus: Frances and Michael Higgins

In the late 1940s, contemporary glass production was given new energy as Frances and Michael Higgins reinvigorated the ancient practice of glass fusing. Racine Art Museum recently established an archive collection of 75 works created collaboratively and individually by the Higginses.

Collection Focus: Frances and Michael Higgins2024-03-08T13:28:35-06:00

RAM Showcase: Kinngait Prints

Part of the RAM Showcase series of exhibitions centering the work of artists of color, this exhibition is a sampling of prints from RAM's collection created by Inuit artists in Kinngait (formerly Cape Dorset).

RAM Showcase: Kinngait Prints2024-06-19T12:07:21-05:00

Racine and Vicinity Show 2024: All Media Juried Exhibition

This juried exhibition at RAM's Wustum Museum showcases 107 works from 89 artists primarily residing throughout Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth counties.

Racine and Vicinity Show 2024: All Media Juried Exhibition2024-06-14T17:49:58-05:00
  • Viola Frey Exhibition Installation

RAM’s First 20 Years: A Visual History of the Art and Architecture

This Windows on Fifth exhibition is a visual summary of the art and architecture that helped shape the early chapters of Racine Art Museum, blending objects from RAM's holdings with photographs of both the building designed by Brininstool + Lynch and the galleries filled with art.

RAM’s First 20 Years: A Visual History of the Art and Architecture2024-03-28T10:30:44-05:00


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